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This makes a good lunchtime break if you are visiting Nantes and are equipped with a day travel pass, as the Navibusis included on the ticket. The boat runs every 20 mins in the middle of the day, and the trip takes 15 minutes.
its very much worth the short ferry trip over to this gorgeous and vivid little port. it really does have an island feel and wandering past the jauntily painted houses is a delight of a summer evening. we ate at Le Vaporetto on the front,...More
If you are doing this buy an all day tram ticket, this includes the Navibus boat also, Not a whole lot there but the ride is nice and the cafes are right on the river, and busy. The best two appeared to be Bistro du...More
take the navibus from Nantes port - regular service - trentemoult is a small fishing village - 2 main attractions … 1. The huge Pendulum clock and 2 The riverside eateries - we would strongly recommend La Guingette for lunch - get there early to...More
A place to discover with its colorful houses, small bars and restaurants. There is a green playground for kids under large trees.
Overall the village is worth a small visit, especially if ypu come by boat.
We took the boat to trentemoult. It will cost you 2,50 euro a person one way and you could buy a ticket on board. Trentemoult is famous for it's coloured painted houses and relaxing vibes. We expected to stay here a afternoon but after 45...More
We used the navibus (always like taking water taxis wherever we are) to visit - cheap and quick trip downstream. We took the 1 hour ticket as we did not intend stopping for lunch and this was enough time to take a look around the...More
Hi. We didn't stay long enough to tell - we didn't like the look of the place, nor any of the "folksy" eateries we saw along the area near the ferry landing. May just be us - after all, we are 71, English, and fairly... More
Hi. We didn't stay long enough to tell - we didn't like the look of the place, nor any of the "folksy" eateries we saw along the area near the ferry landing. May just be us - after all, we are 71, English, and fairly conventional in our tastes. Perhaps you may be more adventurous? Good luck!