At the heart of the Bocage Ornais, Athis-de-l'Orne is twinned with the towns of Bromyard (England), and Schöppenstedt (Germany). She is also the host country of Swiss Normandy and the Bocage Ornais, located between Flers and Condé-sur-Noireau.
Adapted to the conditions of modern life, the central place attracts the eye of visitors through its imposing church, shops, a fountain and a statue of Saint-Vigor.
Its assets such as businesses, including precision engineering and plastics, helping to retain its population and maintain an overall dynamism.
Athis-de-l'Orne received the Special Award of the National Jury for "Enhancement of municipal and rural areas" in 2010, 1st prize Evillementiel 2012 for municipalities with fewer than 15,000 inhabitants for ATHIS "Moving family ", the 5th place on the podium Trophy of Communication in 2012 for" Best website ", with Anne Goscinny inauguration of the first school in France the name of the elementary school" little Nicolas ".
Its environment is exceptional, with its pleasant village and especially floral, pond with picnic area, opened its public wood and hiking trails.
The ## Carneille:
Located 176 meters above sea level in the hills of the Suisse Normande.
Formerly, this ancient town was important, up to 1600 people lived on the territory of 1561 hectares, which enabled La Carneille to be capital of Canton during the Revolution. Many activities involved in this development: dry cleaners, trade cattle and poultry, granite quarry, shops and market. In 1793, the mayor, Charles Ambroise Bertrand Hodiesnière member of the Five Hundred voted the death of King by asking for a call to the people.