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Angers river shuttles

  • Angers river shuttles
  • Angers river shuttles
  • Angers river shuttles
  • Angers river shuttles
  • Angers river shuttles

All aboard the riverboat shuttles and we’ll take you on a guided trip along the Loire, visiting its lower tributary valleys and unique islands...

An enjoyable way of seeing the sights

From end of June to beginning of September, Tuesday to Sunday.
A variety of packages combining both the river trip, walking and cycling, whilst enjoying the hospitality and entertainment along the way.

Departing from port d’Angers, Cale de la Savatte-Ponton C, you can choose from two traditional types of boat:
La Bohème, a wooden sailboat carrying 25 passengers and 10 bikes
La Libellule, a cabin cruiser carrying 25 passengers and 10 bikes

 

Trip #1: LES BASSES VALLEES ANGEVINES

- Destination Mayenne : via Cantenay-Epinard, Montreuil-Juigné, Feneu. (La Bohème)

- Destination Sarthe : via Ecouflant, Briollay, Cheffes-sur-Sarthe. (La Libellule)

 

Trip #2: LA LOIRE 

- Destination Île de Loire : via Bouchemaine, Béhuard. (La Bohème)

- Destination Loire et Jardins : via Bouchemaine, Sainte-Gemmes-sur-Loire, les Ponts de Cé. (La Libellule)

 

  
  

Prices

  • Rate per stage : 4€

  • Child reduced stage rate : 3€ (for children aged 6 to 12 years). Free for children under 6 years.

  • Book of vouchers for any 6 stages available (reservation required) : 18€

  • To Ile Courgain leaving from Sainte-Gemmes-sur-Loire or les  Ponts-de-Cé : 6€ return

  • To Ile Saint-Aubin : 3€ (one way)

 

TICKETS (reservations required)

- Office de Tourisme d'Angers (7 place Kennedy) tel : 00 33 (0)2 41 23 50 00

- Maison du Port d'Angers (38 Bd Henri-Arnauld) tel : 00 33 (0)2 41 23 50 02

 

Remember to bring your bikes so you can get around at each of the stage stops or to ride back to your starting point via the cycle routes recommended on the map that is FREE when you purchase your tickets.

 

Download the map of tourist river shuttle routes here

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