Commune of Sarthe, Pays de la Loire region, Aubigné-Racan takes place between the Loir and the forest, about forty kilometers from Le Mans and its remains Plantagenet. Located in Haut-Anjou, it is about sixty kilometers from the charming city of Tours.
Occupied by man since the Neolithic period, the territory of Aubigné-Racan developed during Roman Antiquity. Important center at the time, the town develops in the Middle Ages, becoming a dependency of the Angevin County of Lude. In the nineteenth century, Aubigné-Racan was known for its mineralogical activity, including the extraction of limestone and clay.
Always appreciated by visitors for its location and charm, the city of Aubigné-Racan also has an important architectural heritage to discover the time of a stay in the area.