With its Italian-style architecture, Clisson is reminiscent of a rustic central Italian city.
Nicknamed “Clisson the Italian”, this town’s stunning architecture was based on what one might find in Tuscany. The castle also marks the southern entrance to the former Duchy of Brittany. Visit the 14th-century covered market and cross the Sèvre River via the Pont de la Vallée bridge to get a sense of the city’s transalpine atmosphere: tile and brick villas, gardens in the shade of umbrella pines, rustic houses, antique statues, and more!
Several restaurants in this area are included in the Tables de Nantes selection.Read more
Les essentiels de Clisson
Free guided tours with the Pass Nantes 20 and 25 April, 12 July to 24 August on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays according to schedule and 2 November at 11:00 am (subject to last-minute changes). Booking recommended.More informations
Guided tour “Laissez-vous conter le Hellfest “
1h30 guided tour in French of the festival site. On booking : www.levignobledenantes-tourisme.com ou www.vignoble-nantais.eu
Place du Minage 44190 Clisson
How to get there?
Can be reached by trains leaving from Nantes in 30 minutes.
Free for PASS Nantes holders
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Guided tour "Les essentiels de Clisson" free with the Nantes Pass.
Deemed accessible to all audiences (declarative)
The reception of the Clisson tourist office is fully accessible (in the process of being labelled Tourisme et Handicap). It facilitates the organization of your stay to provide you with reliable information on the accessibility of tourist sites and facilities, taking into account the 4 types of disability: hearing, mental, visual and motor.
More information https://www.levignobledenantes-tourisme.com/accessibilite/
Guided tours “the essentials of Clisson” are not accessible to people with reduced mobility. Other visits are suitable for people with disabilities, inquire with the group service of the office.