The City of Sainte-Suzanne built a medieval triangle on a rocky outcrop overlooking the 70 m during the Erve (tributary of the Sarthe), bordering the Forest of Charnie. Its known history dates back to the unsuccessful siege of William the Conqueror in 1083 to 1086 (Camp of the English and dungeon can be visited), but there is also the Dolmen of Erves (oldest monument in the Mayenne) and remains from the Celts ("wall vitrified ").
Nicknamed "The Pearl of Maine", Sainte-Suzanne is the only town in France to be classified at once:
Among the most beautiful villages in France since 2010.
Small town character since 1995.
Country of Art and History since 2005 ("Coëvrons-Mayenne").
And Green Station (since 1974).
Access: A81: Paris, exit at # 1-en-Charnie Played (15 km), Rennes, exit 2 in Vaiges (12 miles). Train stations in Evron (6 km TER), Laval (34 km TGV) and Le Mans (48 km TGV).
Location: Paris: 250 km - Le Mans: 50 km - Laval: 30 km - Rennes: 100 km - Angers: 90 km - Alencon: 60 km - Evron: 6 km.