Small town of character of Maine-et-Loire, Denée takes place about twenty kilometers from Angers and its castle, not far from Val-du-Layon and Rochefort-sur-Loire. Considered one of the most beautiful villages in Anjou, it takes place in the heart of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Populated since the Neolithic, the territory of Denée developed mainly in the Gallo-Roman period, as well as in the Middle Ages, taking real shape in the tenth century. Turned to agriculture since its origins, the village is particularly in the production areas AOC Anjou white, Anjou Gamay, white Crémant de Loire, Maine-Anjou, and is famous for its brioche Vendéen or beef Maine.
Full of charm, the town still has an incredible architectural and historical heritage to discover the time of a stay in the region.