Two steps from L’Atelier, discover the Nantes oldest and biggest market which has become an institution in the town.
It was opened on 8th January 1937. Its seafood and fish stands are particularly loved, though it is the mix of products that makes it really attractive. American Tourists now consider it to be as unmissible as the major historical sights of the town.
Automates à l’unisson
Ten portraits of these true/false characters come alive as signs and marquees, all coming together to tell a brand-new story of love and humour that echoes the hustle and bustle of the market stalls below.Further information
Other marketsFood markets in the Nantes area
Rue Talensac 44000 Nantes
How to get there?
Self-service bicycles: Talensac Nord (n°71), Talensac Sud (n°21), Saint Similien (n°19), Préfecture (n°1), Brossard (n°5), Sainte Élisabeth (n°17), Viarme (n°18), Place Du Cirque (n°6), Versailles (n°24), Hôtel De Ville (n°2)
T. +33 (0)2 40 20 59 98
Open from 8am to 1pm Tuesday to Friday and from 8am to 1.30pm Saturday and Sunday, closed on Mondays.
Nocturne on Thursdays from 4pm to 8pm.
If this Monday is a public holiday, the market is open like all public holidays of the year (except 25 December and 1 January).
Recommended access via Rue de Bel Air.
The Culinary Journey
A food-lover’s paradise
Between Brittany and the Loire
At the crossroads where the land meets the sea