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Gathering places
La Cantine du Voyage
The place to be on sunny days
April 18th — September 29th 2024

This fun and lively restaurant was created for the 2013 edition of Le Voyage, and is now on the menu every summer.

Like a holiday resort for locals – and a fun, social and ephemeral space for the visitors who discover it – La Cantine du Voyage has become an essential stop, with its restaurant and bar.

La Cantine was colourfully decorated by Nantes-based collective Appelle-moi papa, which also designed the all-ages playground La Colline: a hilly playscape that looks like it’s straight out of one of their drawings! Its round and generous forms make it a whimsical, technicolor land where you can climb, roll around, slide, play, lay around — and more!

Le Potager de la Cantine (the Cantine’s vegetable garden) has reinvented urban farming in Nantes. At the origin of its design, maintenance, and harvests is Olivier Durand – a household name to the greatest chefs. Le Potager is home to Lilian Bourgeat’s work Invendus-Bottes: a humorous, allegorical vision of a market gardener who left one of their working tools behind.

Skewer formula

A 15€ formula :
. A skewer of your choice: meat (marinated chicken), fish (mackerel), vegetarian (with seasonal vegetables)
. A side dish (seasonal vegetables and fried potatoes)
. A drink (50cl bottle of water, apple juice, cola, lager, wine, cider)
. Bread

A children’s menu is also available for 10€ and includes :
. A skewer of your choice
. A side dish (seasonal vegetables and potatoes)
. A drink (50cl bottle of water or water syrup)
. Bread

Please note: For those who bring their own cup, a discount of 0.50€ will be applied to the formula.

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Nantes is transforming

Nantes is changing to become an even more ecological, inclusive, and dynamic city. To do this, new public works will reinforce our already existing ecofriendly modes of transport: new tram lines, green zones for pedestrians and cyclists, and more. From 2024, these major urban projects will disrupt traffic around Les Machines de l’Île and Parc des Chantiers, with the Pont Anne-de-Bretagne bridge closed off to cars (the bridge will remain accessible to pedestrians and cyclists). Solutions will be offered throughout construction to make it easier for everyone to get around, like: increased frequency of several public transport lines, more Naolib bike-share bicycles, and more parking spots in park-and-ride lots.

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