Combining pastoral tranquillity and urban modernity.
This loop leads you to discover the convivial countryside of Brie, from the banks of the Seine River to the Rougeau Forest, passing by the Seine-École sports and recreation park. Along the way, visit traditional villages complemented by a judicious dose of modernity here and there.
max. 84 m
min. 39 m
Styles : DiscoveryIn the country
Public : FamilyOccasional hikers
Theme : Cultural
Follow the Ru de Savigny brook westwards. Turn right onto Rue Gally, then left onto Rue Grande. Once again, walk along the Savigny brook. At the wall of Château de Nandy, bear left and walk up the Ru de Nandy brook to reach old historic Nandy. Continue on along Rue Neuve, then turn left onto Rue d’Arqueil.
Turn right onto Rue de la Poste. Cross the D346 secondary road to reach the Royal Pavilion.
Walk down to the left, then continue straight on. In Seine-Port, at the entrance to the square, skirt the square with a left-right to come out onto a road. Head left for 40 metres and then turn left to cross, almost directly opposite, the Parc de la Baronnie park. Cross the Ru de Balory brook, then turn right onto a path passing through the housing estate and crossing Rue Ernest-Legouvé. Climb the first path to the left. Bear left again along Chemin de la Bernarde, then turn right onto Rue M. Desvallière.
After the transformer, follow the path all the way to Rue de la Porte-Jaune. Turn right, walk down towards the Balory brook and then walk back up. Turn left onto Rue de Melun, then left again onto Rue du Moulin-Neuf. Keep following this road that eventually becomes a track that then crosses a road before arriving at the hamlet of Noisement.
Walk down to the right and cross the Balory brook. Turn left onto the trail. Pass through Saint-Leu by turning left onto Rue Neuve and left again onto Rue du Château. Pass by Château de Saint-Leu, then take the second path on the left and upon exiting the wood follow the D346 secondary road on the left. Pass under the road to reach the railway station roundabout.
Seine et Marne Attractivité - 08/07/2019
All year round.
Safety instructions and good practices: - Respect the French highway code at all times and in all locations and remain courteous and polite with those you meet along the way. - Remain vigilant during the entirety of your outing. Don’t stray from the paths and trails, respect private properties, and carefully cross all streets and roads. Carefully follow the instructions and directions provided for each itinerary. - Respect the area’s flora and fauna, and leave no waste or trash behind. - Prior to departure, make sure that your smartphone or tablet is sufficiently charged. - When preparing your walk or hike, consider the level of difficulty for your chosen loop (especially if you’re bringing along children). - Prior to setting out, consult the weather forecast and remember to wear comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots, rainwear, a cap, sunscreen and sunglasses (depending on the season), a first-aid kit, a snack and water to drink during your outing. Also consider bringing along binoculars and a camera. - 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.