Discover Rezé

Reze is a commune located in the French department of Loire-Atlantique, just north of Nantes. It is situated on the banks of the Loire River and bordered by the Erdre River. With a population of over 30,000 inhabitants, Reze is known for its rich history and culture with many attractions to explore.

Visitors will love exploring all that Reze has to offer, from its striking architecture to its colourful markets. One must-see attraction is Chateau de la Motte-Glain which was built in 1565 and now serves as a museum and cultural centre. Another popular spot are the hanging gardens located at Place des Jacobins that were created in 1650 and are said to be some of France's finest gardens.

Those looking for some outdoor activities can head to Parc du Grand Blottereau which covers 43 hectares with numerous trails along the river banks or take a boat tour down La Vieille Loire Canal where you can take in scenic views while learning about local industry activity such as oyster farming or wine production. Whether you're looking for an educational experience or leisurely fun, there's something for everyone in Reze!