Despite Angers’ famously mild and gentle climate, the Angevin weather does occasionally play up.
Eating well is part of Angers’ art of good living and is made possible by an inventive and innovative local cuisine prepared with high quality produce
Angers is no stranger to the English tradition of brunch and has a long list of venues for you to try. Take your pick, but don’t forget to book!
No trip to Angers would be complete without immersing yourself in its Petites Cités de Caractère® with their history-steeped cobbled streets.
Discover our selection of slow tourism* activities to try in Anjou.
Passing through Angers for a day, a weekend or longer? Opt for the Angers City Pass.
What could be nicer in the middle of the afternoon or at the end of a hot summer’s day than relaxing on a terrace by the water’s edge?
With one Michelin-star restaurant and hordes of gastronomic eateries, local or visiting food lovers have no end of choice for a fine meal.
Hop on your bike and discover Angers’ best bike routes.
Whatever the season, on vacation or all year round, a trip to the market is always a real pleasure for the senses
Savour the richness of the wines of Coteaux du Layon and Savennières, which grow on the sunny and well-ventilated hillsides beside the loire