at Longuenée-en-Anjou*
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  • The town of Longuenée-en-Anjou created on January 1st 2016, brings together the 4 historic municipalities of La Meignanne, Membrolle-sur-Longuenée, Le Plessis-Macé and Pruillé.
    This large territory offers a varied scenery between the meanders of Mayenne, its valleys and forests.The charming village of Pruillé on the edge of Mayenne allows many sailors to dock at its port or to reach the other side by a ferry powered by two wheels to dawn. Further downstream, we admire the architecture of the lock and dam La Roussière.
    With an enclosure flanked by towers, the castle of Plessis-Macé is one of the oldest and most powerful fortresses of Anjou. Inside, we find the charms and the elegance of a pleasure home. Many outdoor activities can be practiced: cycling with the cycle route "La Vélo Francette" which takes the towpath of Mayenne, hiking trails and river activities with the possibility of renting pedal boats, canoe kayaks, electric boats or indulge in the sensations of gliding with an introduction to water skiing.
    Longuenée-en-Anjou also invites to the company visit with the agro-cultural farm of Domaine d'Olisun, the farm Planète Alpaga, and the raising of donkeys with the Asinerie du Doln

  • Spoken languages
    • fr*
  • Equipment
    • Animals accepted
    • Free parking
    • Picnic area