Do you need to revitalize yourself in plain nature? Go off for a walk in the forest (with an IGN map), the Domaine des 3 Pignons offers easy paths in through the forest, or if you feel like an athlete, you can try the “25 bosses” trail (14km).
You can alos follow the blue trail of the “Circuit des Mégalithes” map and go off chasing standing stones, discover the “Patouillat” wood in Maisse and visit the villages Buno-Bonnevaux and Gironville-sur-Essonne.
Or follow the red trail of the “Circuit des Moulins” map, and visit Mondeville, Moigny-sur-Ecole and Videlles.
Don’t forget to stop by the National Conservatory of medicinal plants!
Seine-et-Marne shares these wide open spaces, covering several thousands of hectares, with its neighbouring department, Essonne.
Dans la forêt des Trois-Pignons se trouve une mer de sable : les "sables du cul du chien", entourés d'arbres et de rochers, très appréciés des promeneurs, des grimpeurs et des cavaliers.
The church of Maisse went through a lot of evolution since the 12th century. The furniture of the church is also very interesting.
The Roman church of Gironville-sur-Essonne possesses an original structure with its two bell towers whose oldest one was built at the end of the 11th century.
The church of Moigny changed a lot throughout the centuries. Several curiosities can be seen inside of it.
The church of Buno-Bonnevaux was built from the 12th century and then greatly restored during the 15th century after the Hundred Years War.
The classified church of Mondeville was built between the 12th and 15th centuries. Some very impressive coloured frescos can be seen inside.
The lovely church of Videlles was built during the 12th century and then expanded later. It went through several historical twists.