It Edmee Chatenay-Crespin (small-gardener's son of Louis XIV), which launches the culture of roses Doue the 18th century. Thanks to the mild climate of the famous and rich soil, this crop has grown considerably. Over 45% of national production comes from Douessin, this means that the region's first center in Europe with over 7 million roses a year.
Another peculiarity of this city is its famous cave heritage.
Biotech Park Zoo Doue: 14 ha, more than 600 animals, bred here for the preservation of their species in a unique setting, carved into the stone of Anjou.
Aux Anciens Shops: Museum of twenty small shops of yesteryear, faithfully reconstructed.
Les Chemins de la Rose: park of 4 hectares in a trail of perfume, exceptional collection of over 400 different varieties of roses. One of the most beautiful rose gardens of France (April-May - June).
The Perrieres, some vaulted cellars cathedrals rising to 20 meters.
Troglodytes and Coffin: Life in troglodyte since the Middle Ages ...
Arenas: unique since dug in the rock shellfish. Site of the Day and the Festival Rose d'Anjou each year.
La Ferme d'Antan: Rose Garden and distilling rose water and blueberry.
The Pit: A cave site.
The Carolingian House: Built in 900 AD, is the oldest fortifications of this type found to date in France (Historic Monument since 1963).
Fountains: it is around the fountain was born in the city but Baron Foulon that we owe this beautiful 18th century laundry. Until 1950, the same pool that served as a watering hole was on the other side of the street.
The collegiate church of Saint Denis, built in the 13th century, the church reflects the architectural beauty of buildings from this period. Listed building (in ruins).
The Church of St. Peter, built in the 15th century on the foundations of the first Church of St. Peter, it is part of the churches in Anjou and welcoming to visitors all year.