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Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Mayenne

Saint-Denis-d'Anjou - Tourism, holidays & weekends guide in the Mayenne

A small character town full of picturesque charm, a medieval village with three bell towers... Saint-Denis-d'Anjou appeals to lovers of authentic heritage, with its 16th-century chestnut wood market halls, lords' residences, 15th-century canon's house converted into a town hall, floral streets, old forge which is still working today, and its beautiful fortified Romanesque church, which contains 16th-century wall paintings inspired by The Golden Legend by Jacques de Voragine.

For a relaxing, rejuvenating break, head towards the ponds at La Morinière, a protected area that's ideal for a spot of fishing, a picnic or a walk on the ornithological trail marked with educational signs!

Additional information

Saint-Denis-d'Anjou is a commune located south-east of the Mayenne, on the border of two other departments that are the Maine-et-Loire and the Sarthe.

It is one of the 7 small towns of character of the Mayenne.

Things to see and do

A large number of monuments and spaces to discover in the village! An old medieval center which has kept all its charm:

Places of interest

Information points

Events and festivities

Exhibition: over the Streets


Halls from 1509, restored in 2016
Halls from 1509, restored in 2016
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Church of Saint-Denis-d'Anjou (12th century)
Church of Saint-Denis-d'Anjou (12th century)
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The rue du Puits Morin
The rue du Puits Morin
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Medieval festival
Medieval festival
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Visits, leisure and activities nearby

Activities: hiking, biking, horseback riding, tennis court, football stadium...


Bed & breakfasts

Vacation rentals



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