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Saint-Longis tourism and travel guide

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Photo is of Belleme at 16 km from Saint-Longis

Visit Saint-Longis: highlights and tourist information

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Saint-Longis is situated in the Sarthe department and Pays de la Loire region.

Popular places to visit nearby include Belleme at 16 km and Alencon at 20 km. For more sites to visit and local tourist attractions see the map and listings below.

Saint-Longis, France: places to visit and attractions

Some of the places that we have visited and reviewed and can recommend when you are sightseeing close to Saint-Longis in Pays de la Loire.

Note that all distances below are 'direct' and real driving distances will be greater!

Belleme

Belleme

at 16 km (direction east), in the Orne department

Belleme is one of several small attractive villages within...

See Belleme guide
Alencon

Alencon

at 20 km (direction west-north-west), in the Orne department

There are several sites of historical interest in Alencon,...

See Alencon guide
Beaumont-sur-Sarthe

Beaumont-sur-Sarthe

at 21 km (direction west-south-west)

It is the countryside around Beaumont-sur-Sarthe that is the...

See Beaumont-sur-Sarthe guide
Mortagne-au-Perche

Mortagne-au-Perche

at 24 km (direction north-east), in the Orne department

There are several places of historic interest to discover here...

See Mortagne-au-Perche guide
 
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Fresnay-sur-Sarthe

Fresnay-sur-Sarthe

at 25 km (direction west-south-west)

The traditional market hall and remains of a medieval castle,...

See Fresnay-sur-Sarthe guide
La Ferte-Bernard

La Ferte-Bernard

at 29 km (direction east-south-east)

The medieval character and picturesque setting make La Ferté-Bernard one of our...

See La Ferte-Bernard guide
Saint-Ceneri-le-Gerei

Saint-Ceneri-le-Gerei

Most Beautiful Village at 30 km (direction west), in the Orne department

Saint-Ceneri-le-Gerei is a very pretty village in the Regional Natural...

See Saint-Ceneri-le-Gerei guide
Les Jardins de la Mansoniere

Les Jardins de la Mansoniere

Garden at 30 km (direction west), in the Orne department

Les Jardins de la Mansoniere is a lovely garden in the charming...

See Les Jardins de la Mansoniere guide
Sees

Sees

at 31 km (direction north-north-west), in the Orne department

The cathedral is the famous attraction at Sees, but there...

See Sees guide
Le Perche

Le Perche

at 33 km (direction east), in the Orne department

The peaceful countryside of the Perche Natural Regional Park...

See Le Perche guide
Nogent-le-Rotrou

Nogent-le-Rotrou

at 35 km (direction east), in the Eure-et-Loir department

Within the Perche Regional Natural Park, in Nogent-le-Rotrou you...

See Nogent-le-Rotrou guide
Sillé-le-Guillaume

Sillé-le-Guillaume

at 40 km (direction west-south-west)

Sillé le Guillaume has a chateau dating to the 11th century...

See Sillé-le-Guillaume guide
Le Mans

Le Mans

at 40 km (direction south-south-west)

Le Mans is best known for its famous car race,...

See Le Mans guide
Haras du Pin

Haras du Pin

at 45 km (direction north-north-west), in the Orne department

The Haras du Pin is the oldest of the national horse training...

See Haras du Pin guide

... or see ALL recommended places to visit in Sarthe

Map of places to visit near Saint-Longis

 
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Markets in and near Saint-Longis

  • Mamers: market Monday (2km)
  • Le Mele-sur-Sarthe: market Wednesday (17km)
  • Bonnetable: market Tuesday & Friday (21km)
  • Alencon: market Tuesday & Thursday all day & Sunday & Saturday (21km)
  • Beaumont-sur-Sarthe: market Tuesday (22km)
  • Mortagne-Au-Perche: market Saturday all day (24km)
  • Fresnay-sur-Sarthe: market Saturday (26km)
  • Le Theil: market Wednesday (27km)
  • La Ferte-Bernard: market Saturday & Monday (30km)
  • Sees: market Saturday (31km)

More information about Saint-Longis, Pays de la Loire

Tourist attractions near Saint-Longis, France

What to do at Saint-Longis? Some places with official tourist classifications and other places of interest to visit nearby that should provide inspiration if you are visiting Saint-Longis.

Most beautiful villages in France

(see also beautiful French villages)

National Monuments

  • Carrouges Chateau (43km)

Recommended detour towns (fr: plus beau détour)

Regional Natural Parcs

  • Perche (33km)
  • Normandie-Maine (44km)

Churches and religious monuments

  • Abbaye de l'Epau (Yvre-l'Eveque) (38km)
  • Cathédrale Saint Julien (Le Mans) (40km)

Remarkable gardens

  • Jardin de la petite Rochelle (33km)
  • Sassy (43km)
  • Jardins du Mirail (51km)
  • Jardins de la Massonnière (56km)

Protected historical centre (fr: secteur sauvegardé)

(see also historical French towns)

Sites of natural beauty

  • Forêt de Perseigne (9km)
  • Forêt d'Écouves (30km)
  • Mont du Haut-Fourché (31km)
  • Signal d'Écouves (32km)

Villages d'etape

(recommended place to break a long journey)

  • Tourouvre (35km)

Villages in bloom 4* (fr: ville fleurie)

  • Coulaines (38km)
 
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Geography and distances

Saint-Longis is in the north-west of France at 39 kilometres from Le Mans, the department capital (general information: Saint-Longis is 157 kilometres from Paris).

Geographical Information

Commune: Saint-Longis

Canton: Mamers

Arrondissement: Mamers

Department: Sarthe

Region: Pays de la Loire

Postcode: 72600

Distance to Saint-Longis

from Le Mans (prefecture): 39 km

from Paris: 157 km

from Calais: 308 km

from Nice: 743 km

from Bordeaux: 397 km

from Strasbourg: 546 km

Getting here

Most visitors get here by car having taken a ferry, probably to Saint-Malo or Caen, and then a drive of around 2 - 3 hours. For driving distances to Saint-Longis from anywhere in France see driving distances and route planner.

We have 16 other places listed as being close (less than kilometres from ): Aillieres-Beauvoir, Commerveil, Contilly, Mamers, Marollette, Montgaudry, Origny-le-Roux, Panon, Pizieux, Saint-Calez-en-Saosnois, Saint-Pierre-Des-Ormes, Saint-Remy-Des-Monts, Saosnes, Sure, Vezot and Villaines-la-Carelle.

This page in French: Visiter Saint-Longis

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