Located at about thirty kilometers from Le Mans and twenty kilometers from La Flèche, the commune of Mansigné takes place in the heart of the department of Sarthe, in Pays de la Loire region. Crossed by the River Aune, it enjoys a pleasant and green.
From the 11th century onwards, the commune developed on the remains of the estate of Mancinius, a rich landowner dating from the Gallo-Roman era. Today focused on tourism and outdoor sports, Mansigné is mainly known for its leisure base which offers a wide range of activities to its visitors.
Mansigné also boasts a very interesting architectural heritage that testifies to the richness of the town, as well as its successive ages over the centuries.