Changed-tracked, very nice small village nestled on the banks of the Mayenne and dominated by a statue of the Virgin Mary, has retained its original appearance.
The church retains vestiges of the eleventh century and houses within a listed statue of Saint Jacques.
Originally, the earliest mention of Chenillé-Changed appears in a cartulary of St. Serge of 1052, in the Latin form of Chiniliacus.
Chenillé-Changed was rewarded for his heritage. Rated "Village House" flower village 4 flowers and dragonflies 3 labeled a Shore to the Other, its unique setting will delight you.