The castle built by Robert I of Dreux, brother of King Louis VII (the Younger), at the end of the 12th century, is a square enclosure surrounded by a moat.
The ancient domain of the Rothschild family has become for its forest parts a regional forest.Majestic trees and ponds as well as alleys created...Read more
On foot, by bike, on horseback, by boat... The Marne and its banks can be discovered throughout the whole year. The river runs through nine communes of...Read more
Property of the City of Nemours, the park is located near the church and the town hall of Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours. Crossed by the GR 13, this site allows...Read more
The biggest urban natural park in Ile-de-France.If you need some fresh air in a natural environment, if want to engage in sport activites, or take...Read more
The Meaux region is crossed by the Marne and the Ourcq canal. These two waterways offer beautiful landscapes with an abundance fauna and lush flora. Come...Read more
The sensitve natural area of the hill of Montassis, with a surface area of 46 hectares, culminates at 164 m and dominates the country of France to the...Read more
Once the property of Meaux’s bishopric estate, Montceaux-lès-Meaux became a royal hunting ground under Henri IV. In 1691, a royal captaincy of hunting...Read more
Located behind the Departmental Museum of Prehistory of Ile-de-France, the Nemours communal forest, also known as the "Rocher Vert" forest, offers walkers...Read more
This forest constitutes the continuity of the Bellifontain massif towards the South.
This public forest occupies the geological perimeter...Read more