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Chantonnay - an attractive, friendly town

Chantonnay is a peaceful and attractive town, with some graceful architecture to enjoy. It has a spacious design and a warm, friendly atmosphere, and is keen to encourage tourism throughout the year as well as offering a welcome to those who wish to live there full time. The practicalities of life are well catered for in Chantonnay, as there is a well stocked supermarket as well as an excellent range of other shops and restaurants.

A rambler's paradise

The typical Vendeen countryside around the town of Chantonnay is perfect for walking. The 'bocage', the gently undulating hills, make walking a pleasure rather than an athletic challenge. There is, however, a challenge available to those of an energetic nature, as in May Chantonnay hosts the 'Four Days Walk'. This is as much a social event as a walking event, but if you are going to walk for the full four days be prepared for a blister or two! The event attracts walkers from afar as well as being enjoyed by the locals. Walking is the perfect way in which to discover both the pretty countryside and the lovely buildings of the town and its environs, with their red tiled roofs so typical of the region.

Leisure and Pleasures in Chantonnay

Anyone who loves the gentler pleasures of life will enjoy Chantonnay. There are beautiful parks and lakes to explore, with activities such as sailing, swimming, windsurfing and canoeing on offer at the Lac de Rocherau.The country park of Moulin Neuf is ideal for family outings, and has a safe swimming lake with beaches for sunbathing and picnicking. It is important to remember, however, that Chantonnay is less than one hour away from all the fun of the Vendée coast, where glorious sandy beaches with water sports, bars and other tourist attractions can be found.

How to get there

Travel from the UK to Chantonnay is straightforward. Ryanair, the budget airline, flies into Nantes, La Rochelle and Poitiers. Nantes is also served by GB Airways and Aer Arann, while La Rochelle is also served by flybe and easyJet. If you prefer to travel by ferry, the port of St. Malo is about three hours from Chantonnay.

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Chantonnay AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Chantonnay?

Chantonnay is located in western France, in the south of the Pays de la Loire region. It sits in the south-east of the department of Vendée.

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Population: 7,535

Access: Access by air to Chantonnay is simple, with airports at Nantes, La Rochelle and Poitiers. The ferry port of St. Malo, approximately three hours away from Chantonnay, offers another option for travelling to the town.

Economy: The economy is largely agricultural, although tourism also has a considerable influence.

Interesting fact: The gastronomy of the town is well respected, and includes a delicious dish of butter beans with locally cured ham. Definitely not to be missed!

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