How to get there?

Strategically located on the Nantes-Paris axis, 2h30 from Paris, 1h15 from Le Mans, 1h20 from Tours, 1h from Nantes and Rennes, Terra Botanica is situated on the route d'Epinard in Angers, on the plateaux of the Mayenne, on the edge of Avrillé.

By freeway (non paying section)
A11 Paris-Nantes, exit n°16, direction Cantenay-Epinard

Coming from the west
take the northern bypass (A11), follow Paris, and exit 16 towards Cantenay Epinard and Terra Botanica. If you come from Nantes by the highway, always follow Paris from Nantes. If you come from Nantes by the national road, you will have to take first direction Laval/Rennes/Ecoparc Atoll, then Paris (A11), and exit 16 direction Cantenay Epinard and Terra Botanica

Coming from the south
Follow Paris, then Nantes (A11), and exit 16 towards Cantenay Epinard and Terra Botanica

Coming from the east
Follow Paris, then Nantes (A11), and exit 16 towards Cantenay Epinard and Terra Botanica

Coming from the north (Laval/Rennes)
on the outskirts of Angers, follow Paris (A11), and exit 16 towards Cantenay Epinard and Terra Botanica.

Plan your route

Tramway (preferable because more accessible than bus)
Take line A to the Terra Botanica stop.

Bus
Take line 5 to the Auriol stop, then walk 15 minutes to reach the park.

See the Irigo website

Bike/Trotinette
The park is accessible by bike via the Boucle Verte linking Angers to Montreuil-Juigné.

A bicycle and scooter garage is available. The park has also been awarded the "Accueil Vélo", "Vélo Francette" and "Loire à Vélo" labels.

Angers TGV station (Angers Saint-Laud)
10 minutes by car from the park or 25 minutes by tramway + 10 minutes by foot.

Plan your route

Practical information

Parking at Terra Botanica

At the entrance to the park there is a free car park for cars, coaches and campers (the car park is closed and emptied outside opening hours).

Pets

Even if kept on a leash, animals are not allowed in the park. Only guide dogs may enter the park.