Backed by the forest, Chemellier opens on a fertile plain with various crops: cereals, shallots, seeds. This charming village offers walkers halts dolmen, laundry, water. Do not miss the hiking trail, the fishing pond.
Commune Pays de la Loire, Saint-Rémy-la-Varenne takes place in the department of Maine-et-Loire, not far from Blaison-Saint-Sulpice and Chemellier. Since December 2016, she is a common delegate of the new town of Brissac Loire Aubance, about twenty kilometers from Angers and its castle.
Today, Saint-Rémy-la-Varenne is associated with the ancient villages of Alleuds, Brissac-Quincé, Charcé-Saint-Ellier-sur-Aubance, Chemellier, Coutures, Luigné, Saint-Saturnin-sur -Loire, Saulgé-L'hôpital, and Vauchrétien.
Old agricultural village, the town knew how to transform its economy, becoming a high place tourism in Maine-et-Loire. The richness of its religious heritage and its traditional architecture make it a pleasant place to spend a few days in one of the most beautiful and most touristic regions of the country.
Located south of Angers, the town of Vauchrétien has a very varied landscape and pleasant to live. Its green territory, quite extensive, consists of meadows, forest on the southern and western edge and especially vineyards. The beautiful parcels of vines draw harmonious lines on the slopes that dominate the Aubance.
The climate is mild thanks to the rivers that surround the town like Aubance and the Loire in the North and the Layon in the South. This climate is conducive to the wine-making activity that has developed around the appellations "coteaux de l'Aubance" (soft white) and "Anjou Village Brissac" (red cabernet).