Eglise - Noyant
Noyant is cheerful small market town that lies in the north-west of France, in the Maine-et-Loire department in the Pays de la Loire region. It is well located for access to the rest of the Loire Valley, with many chateaux and vineyards.
Noyant-Villages is a town of Maine-et-Loire, Pays-de-la-Loire region, on the borders of the Indre-et-Loire, about fifty kilometers east of Angers.
It is a town created in December 2016 following the merger of 14 localities, the largest, Noyant, had 1830 inhabitants. The second most populated village was Parcay-les-Pins with nearly 900 inhabitants. The new municipality now counts nearly 6000 inhabitants.
The vast territory of the new entity has an area of nearly 300 km², which makes it now one of the largest municipalities in metropolitan France.
Noyant-Villages bordered to the south by the Loire Valley belongs to the natural and historical region of the Pays Beaugeois, on a low forest plateau but including wetlands and forest classified and protected for their ecological interest.
Wining and dining in Noyant
Noyant, like most French towns, is also proud of its cuisine and the local wines.
Hôtel-restaurant Le Lion d'Or - 2, place de la Lune -Tél.02-41-89-50-34.
Hôtel-restaurant Saint Martin - 6, place de l'Église - Tél.02-41-89-60-44.
Restaurant "Chez Lili et Jean-Pi" - 21, route de Tours - Tél.02-41-89-54-75.
Café de la Bascule - Place de la Bascule - Tél.02-41-89-50-56.
Café de la Ville - 21, grande Rue - Tél.02-41-89-52-64.
The town is a really great place for sports enthusiasts, as it has an outdoor swimming pool opened in 2010 a large leisure centre, extensive playing fields and tennis courts. Its great for cycling, horse-riding, walking, fishing and golf these are all close to hand