Saosnes is a commune with 208 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the department of Sarthe in the Pays de la Loire; it belongs to the district Mamers and Canton Mamers.
Saosnes that was written until 1801 Sonnes and then also Saone is eponymous for the landscape Saosnois. 1810 the neighboring municipality of Mont -Renault ( Renault Mont, 183 inhabitants) has been integrated.
Today's neighboring communities of Saosnes are: Vezot, Panon and Saint- Longis in the north, Pizieux and Saint- Calez -en- Saosnois in the east, the south and Courgains Les Mees and Saint- Rémy -du -Val in the West.
- The Etang de Gué Chaussée, 29 acres, nature reserve
- Traces of fortification " Robert le Diable de fossés "
- The church of Saint -Hilaire (11th century)
- The church of Saint -Julien (11th century)
Commerveil | Contilly | Les Mees | Louvigny | Mamers | Marollette | Panon | Pizieux | Saint- Calez -en- Saosnois | Saint -Cosme -en- Vairais | Saint- Longis | Saint- Pierre -des- Ormes | Saint- Rémy -des -Monts | Saint- Rémy -du -Val | Saint -Vincent -des- Prés | Saosnes | Vezot | Villa Ines la Carelle
- Municipality in the department of Sarthe
- Place in Pays de la Loire