Sainte-Suzanne

Situated between Laval and Le Mans, Sainte-Suzanne is perched at a height of 70 meters above the Erve valley. Known for having braved William the Conqueror, the medieval town has kept a rich patrimony from this time. The origins of Sainte-Suzanne are older though. The Erves dolmen (the oldest monument of Mayenne) and recent archaeological excavation prouve that the site existed five or six centuries B.C...

+ d'infos : www.ste-suzanne.fr

Information : Coëvrons Tourist Office - Tel : +33 (0)2 43 01 43 60


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Must-sees and Must-dos

  • The castle (Interpretation Center of Archirtecture and Patrimony)
  • The Roman dungeon
  • The Auditoire Museum (museum about Sainte-Suzanne's history and exhibitions)
  • The great water mill
  • The guided visit of the village

Themes

  • Castles and ramparts : the ramparts and the medieval dungeon, the Renaissance castle
  • Panoramas : view from the dungeon and the castle
  • Unusual sights : the Erves dolmen