Planete Sauvage

Nantes
Atlantic Loire Valley
Attractions and places of interest
Zoos and Aquaria

Giraffes, elephants, bears, wolves, rhinoceros, lions and tigers are some of the 150 species you can see from your car during a visit to this safari park. Also visit 'Marine City' with dolphin shows and a 'jungle bridge' where you'll meet a tribe of macaques. Restaurant, shops and picnic area.

 

Nearby attractions

An unprecedented artistic project combining the imaginative and invented worlds of Jules Verne with the mechanical ingenuity of Leonardo De Vinci, the Machines de ''île is the brainchild of François Delarozière and Pierre...

Nantes was France's largest slave port and along the riverside lies this memorial museum. Unique in France, the memorial pays homage to all those who have fought and are still fighting against slavery in all its forms...

An extravagant shopping arcade built during the 19th century, this listed building combines neo-classical style with sumptuous decoration. Designed to rival similar arcades, based on oriental bazaars such as those of Paris,...

The majestic Castle of the Dukes of Brittany is a fortified medieval castle built when Nantes was part of Brittany. Although its walls are rather austere, inside the courtyard you'll discover a brilliant white palace made of...

Places to visit nearby

Nantes, in Atlantic Loire Valley, is a beautiful city that was once the long-held historical capital of Brittany and is today a vibrant hub for the creative arts.

La Baule in Atlantic Loire Valley is a fantastic, stylish seaside resort famed for its beach - an expanse of fine sand nearly 9km long that is regarded as one of the best beaches in Europe.

Located in Morbihan, on the Southern coast of Brittany, the fascinating city of Vannes is an intriguing mix of antiquity and urbanisation