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Along the way, you will cross villages of character and admire the remarkable heritage that plunges you into the history of France: castles, medieval cities, museums, churches and beautiful homes punctuate the landscape...
Safety instructions and good practices: - Respect the French highway code and remain vigilant on and near all roads, particularly at intersections and when crossing départementales (secondary roads) and passing over bridges. To that end, carefully read the guide provided for each itinerary. - Wear a properly fitting helmet. At night and in bad weather, wear a fluorescent vest with reflective bands and carry a proper torch/flashlight. - Restrictions for children under 12: make sure that the loop you want to follow is well suited to your children. - After every picnic, leave no trash behind, and respect the wild flora and fauna. - Prior to departure, make sure that your smartphone or tablet is sufficiently charged. Consider taking along a charger. - If you happen to notice any anomaly while following an itinerary, please don’t hesitate to write us! We value all such observations and remarks.
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A building that is particularly well conserved from the second half of the 12th century, the Nemours chateau has escaped several demolition projects.
Gothic Classified (CMN)
This famous place of pilgrimage celebrates the memory of Saint Mathurin, who was born here in the third century.
Ran through by the Loing, Grez sur Loing is a beautiful flowered village which has managed to preserve its charm and heritage.
Located in the south of the Seine-et-Marne near the forest of Fontainebleau and its most beautiful climbing sites, Larchant, a village of the Parc Naturel du Gâtinais Français, makes the delight of lovers of nature and heritage.
Open to the public since 1981, the museum shows the prehistory of the Paris region in a building by the architect Roland Simounet.
What we see today is just a remaining of the origins, monks had to face hard times, wars and realms adversities.
Little towns of character
Château-Landon: the historical capital of the Gâtinais region
Situated close to Montereau-Fault-Yonne the 12th century village of Flagy is crossed by the Orvanne creek and forms an enchanting setting.
This open-air museum refurbished by the Departement Council is the setting for 56 bronze sculptures.
Most beautiful detours of France
The romantic settings of Moret-sur-Loing take the visitors back to the era of impressionist painters who liked this place.
The Moret Nuns Barley Sugar has been well-known and appreciated for more than 300 years, It was originally made by the Benedictine nuns who, in 1638, founded a house in Moret, under the name of the Priory of Our Lady of Angels.
Welcome to the landscape painter’s village at the edge of the Fontainebleau forest. This charming village between fields and forest was a homestead to many painters who made the place famous throughout the world.
Thanks to it's privileged location on the edge of the forest , Bourron-Marlotte attracts many painters, musicians and writers such as Auguste, Renoir, Cezanne, Corot . Walking through the streets, the houses reveal their antique charm, recalling the atmosphere of the 19th century. The town hall/museum conserves many of the works of the painter's who came to paint for a short while or who came to live here permanently. A tour following the footsteps of the artists allows you to discover their homes.
UNESCO World Heritage
The Château de Fontainebleau is a big part of French history! This vast building, in both classical and Renaissance style, is not only famous for witnessing Napoleon's imperial adventure.
“It's not just a forest I want to see, it's Fontainebleau” Marcel Proust. Powerful smells from the undergrowth, the inhabited silence of the forest, shimmering colours and landscapes dictated by the seasons - the visitor delights in the multi-faceted personality of the forest of Fontainebleau.
Equestrian park of 25 hectares dedicated to horse riding. From March to September : organisation of equestrian events. Covered stands with 700 places. Catering available on-site. Free car parking on-site. Entry fee varies according to the events.
Located in the south of Seine-et-Marne in the heart of the forest of Fontainebleau and alongside the Seine, the pretty village of Samois-sur-Seine welcomes you to discover its many facets...
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