|Community association||Pays Loudunais|
|surface||11.4 km 2|
|Residents||895 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||79 inhabitants / km 2|
Monts-sur-Guesnes is a French village with 895 inhabitants (as of January 1 2017) in the department of Vienne in the region Nouvelle-Aquitaine ; it belongs to the arrondissement of Châtellerault and the canton of Loudun (until 2015: canton of Monts-sur-Guesnes ).
Monts-sur-Guesnes is about 39 kilometers north-north-west of Poitiers . The municipality is affected in the south and west by the Briande River . Monts-sur-Guesnes is surrounded by the neighboring communities of Dercé in the north, Prinçay in the east and northeast, Saires in the east and southeast, Verrue in the south and Guesnes in the west.
|Source: Cassini and INSEE|
- Saint-Laurent-et-Saint-Hilaire church from the 18th century
- Monts castle with a chapel from the 15th century, monument historique since 1979
- Purnon Castle from the 15th century
There is a partnership with the Belgian municipality of Momignies in the province of Hainaut (Wallonia).