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This building is so atmospheric. The stories those ancient wooden beams could tell. A sweet little market was in progress the second time we visited. Fresh fruit and vegetables, an artisan salami maker with the widest range of flavours Ive ever seen.
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Very nice town, atmospheric, unfortunately we were late for the tour of the castle but it is impressive from the outside. The old hall is huge and has fabulous markets on Fridays I believe, mostly fresh local produce
We visited Clisson recently on an excursion from a cruise on the River Loire. This mediaeval structure is very impressive and well worth a look. I wish that our visit had been on market day to experience it with all its hustle and bustle.
Ancient building, OK so a few minutes is enough.
However, this covered space comes to life on Friday when the farmers market occupies this space and is an absolute mouth-watering delight! See the great meats, the superb fresh fish and seafood, the vegetables, fruit and...More
Very nice space. The local producers have a weekly market there. The products sold are absolutely amazing and super fresh. Vegetables, fish, fruits, local bread and wonderful traditional french cheeses and cured meats! It has heavenly
Visited during Hell fest and enjoyed the local events put in in the market hall.
Big mention to the lady with the glasses from bar tabac who worked like a trojan to keep up with the thirsty visitors. Despite being run off her feet she...More
The old hall comes alive on the Friday Market. Just to walk through this area with the vendor selling Fruit and Veg, Fish, Cheeses, Meats, and spices really gives you a sense of this whole community. The market even extend out onto the neighboring streets....More
We stayed in Clisson for a few days during the Hellfest music festival and we visited Les Halle's on a couple of occasions. It's a great place to sit and soak up the atmosphere of the medieval village that is Clisson. Les Halle's has different...More
We saw Les Halles one evening when the locals were sitting having their aperitifs. We joined them as it is a lovely building with interesting architectural features. The bar opposite will serve you drinks.
We wanted to visit here on market day. However the French rail network had one of it's strike/stoppages/go slows taking place and travel was restricted. We eventually got there in the end. What a nice place but overall very quiet. We felt like the only...More