Things to see and do - Challans
Challans Travel guide
Challans : Michelin's recommendations
A small town, famous for its ducks and its Four Thursdays Fair. During the fair, the entire town moves back in time to the 1910s. As for the ducks, they are much sought after by the best restaurants, even though Challans diversifies its production with a special type of chicken. This important agricultural town is the principal economic centre of the Breton-Vendéen marsh region.
9 Boulevard De La Gare F - 85300 Challans
The Citotel Le Challans is located in the city centre of Challans and opposite the train station. The hotel is a 15-minute drive from the Vendée beaches and the Island of Noirmoutier. It offers spacious rooms with a TV and satellite channels, free W..
14, rue Gallièni F - 85300 Challans
Prix Prices from : 59 €
Le Manoir de l'Antiquité is located in Challans, 60 kilometres from Nantes. It is just 15 minutes from the beach and has a swimming pool. Free Wi-Fi is also available in this eco-friendly hotel. Le Manoir de l'Antiquité offers 20 rooms overlooking t..
110,Route De Soullans F - 85300 Challans
Château de la Verie is a 16th-century, historic listed castle set in a 42-acre wooded park with ponds and rivers. It is located 15 minutes from the Vendée seaside. Guest rooms are modern and are equipped with a TV and telephone. All rooms have a pri..
rte de Soullans F - 85300 Challans
A château atmosphere in all its glory with wood panelling, ancient fireplaces and intimate rooms. The chef lovingly creates tasty modern dishes.
38 rte de Soullans F - 85300 Challans
Some destinies are written in the stars, like that of this restaurant housed in what used to be a kitchen shop! The menu boasts flavoursome dishes, such as risotto with oyster mushrooms, and steamed hake with leeks. Fine ingredients, skilfully prepar..
8 pl. du Champ-de-Foire F - 85300 Challans
A nice little family-run restaurant in the town centre. The Challans duck is naturally one of the stars of the menu, along with lobster, but also (depending on the season) langoustines, frogs' legs, asparagus and scallops. The onus is on market produ..