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Radroute Scandiberique in der südlichen Seine-et-Marne : von Bois le Roi bis Souppes-sur-Loing

Radroute Scandiberique in der südlichen Seine-et-Marne : von Bois le Roi bis Souppes-sur-Loing

Beschreibung

Eine Radtour von fast 60 km entlang der Seine und Loing. Entdecken Sie Wasserwege, Wald und Naturschutzgebiete.

Unterwegs begegnen Sie charmanten Dörfern, Schlössern, Mittelalterliche Städte, Museen, Kirchen und schône Residenzen in dieser angenehmen Landschaft.

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Dieser Rundweg wurde aktualisiert am: 08/02/2024
55 km
max. 78 m
min. 41 m
217 m

Höhenprofil

Ausgangspunkt

77590 Bois-le-Roi
Lat : 48.474568Lng : 2.692292

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Bois-le-Roi railway station

Leaving the railway station via the main exit, you have two options: - Either you exit onto the railway station square, head left and then after a few dozen meters cross the street towards the car park behind the post office; you’ll find the signpost for the Scandibérique. This panel provides additional information on the signposting used along the itinerary, as well as on tourist sites and attractions to be found along the way. - Or, you head directly to the itinerary via "Rue des Sesçois", by exiting the railway station via the Paris-arrivals quay, climbing down the stairway and turning left onto "Rue des Sesçois".

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Crossing Bois-le-Roi

- After a hundred meters, take the first street on the right: "Rue de Chantemerle". Careful: this street descends rather steeply. - At the bottom of "Rue de Chantemerle", turn right to reach the Seine River along Quai de la Ruelle, heading towards Fontainebleau. This quay allows you to admire the magnificently flamboyant villas known as "Affolantes" built along the banks of the Seine during the Belle Epoque period. - Follow the multi-purpose path (for hikers and bikers) for a hundred meters, leading you back to the Seine quays on the other side of the bridge (thereby allowing you to avoid having to cross the busy secondary road). Upon leaving this path (careful: no gate), turn right onto Quai Olivier Métra in the direction of the UCPA recreational area. - At the following intersection, at the river-dam footbridge, continue straight on along "Rue de l’Ile Saint-Pierre". - At the end of "Rue de l’Ile Saint Pierre", turn right onto "Rue Demeufve". - Then turn immediately left onto "Rue de Tournezy".

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Crossing the Bois-le-Roi sports and recreation park

- Upon arriving at the park, you’ll find the reception centre on your right, where you can enjoy a drink beneath the shady trees. - At the roundabout, continue straight on. - As you pass through the sports and recreation park, you’ll find picnic spots and a swimming area. Follow the signposts, continuing straight on along the tarred road. - At the end of this road, where it meets the D116 secondary road, continue straight on along the path heading left.

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Greenway along the Seine River until Samois

Follow this marked multipurpose path through the Fontainebleau Forest, perfect for bicycles, that will take you back to the Seine riverbanks, with strategic openings in the lush vegetation affording lovely views of the Fontaine-le-Port villas and a series of bucolic landscapes.

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Arrival in Samois-sur-Seine

- At the end of the "Promenade de Samois", at the so-called “Petit Barbeau” site, turn left onto Rue du Petit Barbeau. - Upon arriving at the "Petit Barbeau" car park, continue straight on along the narrow "Chemin du Petit Barbeau" road through this rather “rural” area of town.

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Pedalling through Samois-sur-Seine

- At the end of "Rue du Petit Barbeau", at the river port, you’ll find this little village with its marina-like atmosphere, punctuated with restaurants, bars and flowered terraces overlooking the Seine and its barges. - Continue straight on along "Quai de la République". At the end of the quay, at the stop sign, pass over the Seine via the footbridge to reach the Île au Berceau island, which hosted for nearly half a century the famous Django Reinhardt Jazz Festival (now held within the Fontainebleau Palace park). - At the far end of the island, turn left onto Quai Franklin Roosevelt. Careful passing through the gate to leave the isle. - Continue straight on along Quai Franklin Roosevelt, to enter the hamlet of Les Plâtreries. All along this section, admire the Affolantes of Samois: the town’s extravagant holiday villas dating back to the Belle Epoque. - Follow this road to the edge of town.

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Arrival in the Pont de Valvins

- Upon leaving Samois, before reaching the Pont de Valvins bridge, turn left onto the road passing beneath the bridge (Route de Valvins). - Follow this road until the stop sign at the secondary road intersection. Then turn right to reach the roundabout, where you’ll take the first right to cross over the bridge. We recommend walking your bike over this busy bridge lacking a dedicated bike path. - After the Pont de Valvins, continue a further 50 meters until the pedestrian crossing, to cross the road and retrace your steps. - Before the bridge, turn right onto Promenade Stéphane Mallarmé and at the turn, take the towpath immediately to your left. - Follow this towpath bordering the Seine through Vulaines, until you come to a clearing and the Grange aux Dîmes campsite in Samoreau.

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Arrival in Samoreau

- Pedal up Chemin de l’Abreuvoir and turn right onto "Rue de l’Eglise". - To follow "Rue de l’Eglise", you can choose to safely bike along the track on the other side of the fence. - Then follow "Route de Champagne", a little-used road, to "Chemin des Pressoirs du Roi". - This tranquil country road is particularly pleasant to pedal along, affording pretty perspectives of the Seine.

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Arrival in Champagne-sur-Seine

- This route "Route des fours du Roy" will take you to the village of Champagne-sur-Seine. - Continue to the "Quai de Seine", then follow "Rue Bernard de Villele". - Continue on to the "Quai de la Passerelle", until the intersection with "Rue de l’Aqueduc" and the entrance to the "Espace Naturel Sensible" (open to the public, these state nature reserves are meant to protect natural landscapes, while also providing flood control). - Upon leaving the nature park, continue straight on until the Champagne-sur-Seine bridge, then turning right to cross the bridge. This bridge is perfectly suited to bicycle tourists.

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Arrival in Saint-Mammès

- After crossing the bridge, turn right onto "Route des Quais de Seine" and pedal up "Quai du Loing", following the signs. This charming town shaped over the centuries by its inhabitants (principally bargemen) invites you to explore its alleyways snaking about the old “bargee gardens”. - Continue straight on until the bridge, to return to "Route de Saint-Mammès". - Cross the road and continue to the Scandibérique

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The Moret-sur-Loing canal lock

Leaving town, just before the Moret-sur-Loing lock, turn right to join the Loing Canal towpath. A lovely ride of just over 6 km awaits your eyes and legs!

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Along the towpath

Follow the towpath paralleling the right bank of the Loing. Upon reaching the centre of the village of Episy, cross the bridge located opposite the Auberge d’Episy inn. At the inn roundabout, turn right to once again pedal along the towpath, now on the left bank of the canal. Upon leaving the village, keep an eye peeled for the grey herons of the Episy Marsh, a listed nature reserve popular among both birds and birdwatchers! Continue along the towpath. Passing through the waterside villages, admire the lovely residences and edifices overlooking the canal, such as the town hall of Montcourt-Fromonville. At the entrance to Nemours, cross the bridge to reach the opposite bank near the Nemours canal lock.

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Nemours

At the lock, follow Rue Thiers to visit the town centre. Be sure to explore the castle-museum, Nemours' emblematic 12th-century edifice grandly situated in the old medieval district. The town hall and 16th-century "Hôtel-Dieu" (former hospital) are also well worth the detour. To leave Nemours, you’ll skirt the town centre by first returning to the canal lock. Cross the lock to reach Rue de l’Ecluse on the right bank, then follow Rue du Port au Sablé. Cross the bridge at Rue de Paris to change banks and reach Quai du Canal on the left bank. Continue first along Cours Balzac, then Quai des Mariniers.

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Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours

Leaving Nemours at the end of Quai des Mariniers, cross the road (remaining on the same bank) to rejoin the towpath. A shady landscaped promenade will lead you through Saint-Pierre-les-Nemours, between the "tame canal" and the "wild river".

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The Loing Canal

Continue riding along the left bank of the Loing Canal, via this occasionally grassy dirt path. Tributary to the Seine River, the Loing flows for 166 km. But don’t worry, today you’ll only pedal around 30. Along the way, you’re sure to frighten a few mallards into flight. In Bagneaux-sur-Loing, remain on this same bank. On the opposite side of the canal, you can see the old glass factories for which this waterside village has been famous since the 18th century. When you reach the Madeleine-sur-Loing lock, cross over to change banks. Continue pedaling along the right bank to arrive at Souppes-sur-Loing.

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Souppes-sur-Loing

After passing the silos and warehouses of the Souppes-sur-Loing port, cross the Loing Canal via the bridge to the left. Head towards the centre of Souppes-sur-Loing, along the way passing over three bridges straddling the "wild Loing". After the third and last bridge, turn right onto Rue Voltaire. At the end of this road, bear left in front of the church onto Rue de la République.

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Souppes-sur-Loing railway station

Take the tunnel in front of you to pass under the railway, then turn right twice to arrive at the Souppes-sur-Loing railway station.

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Schloss und Stadtmuseum Nemours

Symbol der Stadt Nemours die Schlossburg (Denkmalschutz) ist eng mit der lokalen Geschichte verbunden.

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Basilica Saint Mathurin

This famous place of pilgrimage celebrates the memory of Saint Mathurin, who was born here in the third century.His family was pagan, but when he converted to Christianity he instructed his parents and soon gained a great reputation of great saintliness. At that time it was rumoured that the Roman Emperor’s daughter Theodora was possessed of a devil that declared it would only leave her if Saint Mathurin intervened. The Saint was therefore ordered to go to Rome, where he healed the Emperor’s daughter but then died. His body was brought back and laid in a chapel at Larchant, where it was venerated by many visitors. Saint Mathurin was invoked for healing of the mad, and this pilgrimage became one of the most famous in France in the Middle Ages, especially as it was also on the road to Santiago de Compostela. Six kings of France made the pilgrimage to Larchant: Charles IV, Louis XI, Charles VIII, François I twice, Henri II and Henri III. Today’s pilgrimage takes place every year at Whitsuntide. The church as it is today was built from the twelfth to the sixteenth centuries. It had barely been completed when an extraordinary series of catastrophes befell it. It burned twice, struck by lightning in 1490 and again in 1568 during the Wars of Religion. Pillaging and hurricanes added to the list of its miseries, the ultimate disaster being the collapse of the tower in 1675. The Last Judgement door, with its vivid imagery dating from the thirteenth century, gives access to the ruined part of the nave. Access today is by the south door of the transept. Only the choir, the apse and the chapel of the Virgin have kept their roof vaults. The two levels of windows in the apse give it a harmony accentuated by the slim columns set out from the walls. The luminosity of this huge vessel as it must have been when the 46 windows lit it can easily be imagined.

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Larchant

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.

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Departementales Museum der Prähistorik der Ile de France

Ein Rückblick auf 800 000 Jahre. Das Museum ist in eimem modernen Bau (Denkmal der modernen Architektur, Architeckt Simonet 20. Jahrhundert). Die grossen Etappen der Menschen vor der Schrift werden hier erleugnet.Zwei verschiedene Besuchsweisen bieten dem Publikum eine Erklärung der Sammlung. Ausgrabungs Stellen usw und ein Film von 30 Minutet erläutert die Arbeit der Archeologen. Man kann hier die Reste eines Kahns aus der Karolingerzeit (11. Jahrhundert) der 1992 in der Seine-et-Marne gefunden wurde bewundern.

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Saint Severin Abbey Château-Landon

What we see today is just a remaining of the origins, monks had to face hard times, wars and realms adversities.Burned by fire, stolen by bandits, ruined during the French Revolution, during centuries the abbey has been refurbished several times. During the reign of Philippe Auguste end of the 12th century, was a main point changing the abbey giving it its aspect of fortress still remaining today. The convent building is linked to its rocky ridge its wide façade towards the valley is supported by mighty bases and buttresses, a round tower, containing a staircase, is protection towards the valley and possible invaders. Later, other centuries, 15th and 16th , left traces of architectures periods of refurbishments. Until the French Revolution, the Augustin monks order stayed here before the abbey was sold as a national good and partially destroyed or transformed into accommodations for residents. Hundred years latter the Ouvré family became owner of the abbey. One of their family members donated the building to the Seine-et-Marne Department in order to use it for elder poor people use since 1892. Today the abbey is a nursing home. There is no inside visit possible to discover the architecture but the park is open to visitors.

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La Gâtine beer

La Gâtine was born in the year 2000. We have been farmers for generations and our beers are produced with the barley from our farms, hence our slogan "From Barley Fields to Beer".Our beers are traditional, rich in malt, unfiltered and unpasteurised. The top fermentation, characteristic of old-fashioned brewing, releases the aromas of the Gâtine. It perfects its bouquet thanks to refermentation in the bottle. Gâtine is a light and easily digestible beer on its lees. The yeast at the bottom of the bottle is a symbol of quality. We offer a wide range of beers: - White - Blonde - Amber - Brown - IPA - Christmas They are all available in 33 cl, 75 cl and, for the more demanding, in 5 litre mini kegs. We offer the rental of beer pumps with 20 litre kegs in white, blonde or amber for all your events (weddings, birthdays, festivals, etc.) We produce various beer boxes in 33 cl, 75 cl and trays filled with products from our fellow producers in the Gâtinais, here everything is local! We also produce gastronomic vinegar made from our beers. It goes wonderfully with the most delicate dishes in sauce, deglazing and also on your oysters. Orders, deliveries. Taste tour in October Shop at the farm open by appointment at 06.71.92.98.23 Facebook and instagram : biere la gatine Translated with www.deepl.com/translator (free version)

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Château Landon

Entdecken Sie diese MittelalterstadtMit seiner Position auf einer felsigen Anhöhe wird diese mittelalterliche Stadt oft "Rocamadour" des Gâtinais genannt. Die Reste der mittelalterlichen Architektur zeugen vom dem Wohlstandt der Stadt im 12. Jahrhundert. Eine Etappe auf den alten Handels strassen des Mittelalters . Nach der Legende wurde Clovis durch einen Schweizer Mönch Séverin geheilt im 6.Jahrhundert erbaute Childebert einer der 3 Söhne von Clovis die Abtei St Séverin. Sein Sohn Geoffroy heiratet Mathilda von England un wird der Führer des Hauses Plantagenet. Hier wurden auch Stoffe gewoben ein Privilegium für einige Städte in Frankreich. Hier machte mann schere Wollmäntel "Tabards" .

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Egreville

Located on the plateau overlooking the Loing valley, here is a charming village in the middle of the plains and woods.The village grew from the 4th century thanks to easily exploitable iron mines that allowed the development of a flourishing industry. Similarly, its location at the crossroads of several ancient Roman roads makes Egreville an important stop, especially thanks to its fairs and markets. But also, with the passage of the many pilgrims who criss-cross the region and find the cottage and the canopy. For this reason, the governor of Castle Landon acquired the estate at the beginning of the sixteenth century and became the first lord of Egreville. First, he built the first chapel of Saint-Martin and a castle around which the village developed. Then, on the order of Saint-Louis, the village was fortified in the 13th century. The village suffered some damage during the hundred-year war. Then, in the sixteenth century, François the first offers the fief to his mistress, Anne of Pisseleu, Duchess of Etampes. The latter, together with her heirs, undertook important restorations and constructions. They will also prosper the village. Witness to the importance of the markets in the villages of Gâtinais since the Middle Ages, Egreville forms a beautiful ensemble with its old houses massed around its hall of the sixteenth century and the large bell tower of its church which also has superb stained glass windows. Moreover, with its magnificent and robust framework and its sloping roof, the old hall surprises with its undeniable beauty. Every year, before the Christmas holidays, she comes to life with a major fat poultry fair.

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Flagy

Situated close to Montereau-Fault-Yonne the 12th century village of Flagy is crossed by the Orvanne creek and forms an enchanting setting.A real nice and romantic feeling gets you as you stroll over the place. Numerous bridges go over the Orvanne. The local church has on its turret top the head of a pig legend has it that the village’s inhabitants refused help to their neighbour village during the great plague of pestilence in the 15th century and the bishop condemned the village not to have a simple weathercock but also a pig head as symbol on the church turret it spins according to the wind directions. A stroll in this village is worth your time.

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Jardin Musée départemental Bourdelle

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Moret-sur-Loing

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Saint-Mammès

Au confluent de la Seine et du Loing, le village s’anime contre vents et marées, autour de ces bateliers.Au temps de la splendeur de la batellerie, il y avait le long de la Seine, en aval de Paris, Conflans Sainte-Honorine et, en amont, Saint-Mammès. Les deux villes rivalisaient sur le plan économique depuis le XVIIIe siècle. Si la batellerie n'a plus la puissance économique d'antan elle a forgé la commune à ses besoins, à son mode de vie. Aujourd'hui de ce passé, il reste une structure urbaine originale et un développement touristique privilégiant les activités nautiques. Navigation de plaisance et commerciale cohabitent parfaitement avec notamment la création en 2000 d'un port d'escale de plaisance. Depuis les larges quais, aménagés en promenades, vous pénétrez au cœur de l'ancienne cité par des venelles typiques et pleines de charme. Une église romane du XIe siècle, le château de la Croix Blanche du XIIè et tous les bâtiments liés au monde de la batellerie - bourse, ateliers, ancienne écluse - Saint Mammès a su garder et préserver l'authenticité d'un ancien port fluvial. Alfred Sisley, célèbre peintre impressionniste, avait su, au XIXè siècle, immortaliser les plus beaux sites de cette commune, pleine de vie, de ressources et de secrets.

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Thomery

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Barbizon

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.Barbizon is the meeting-point of painting and nature. A village where the artists and peasants alike wore sabots, forerunners of a new genre. A small hamlet whose name was given to a famous painting school: the landscape painters. Theodore Rousseau arrived in Barbizon first, Millet joined him two years later, followed by the other Pre-Impressionnists, such as Corot or Daubigny. At the Ganne Inn, they are given meals and lodging in exchange for paintings which decorate the wardrobes, sideboards, fireplaces. These places plunge you back in time, into the atmosphere of the artists who when working on the motifs of Nature, found the most beautiful subjects.

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Bourron-Marlotte

Ideal gelegen zwischen Fontainebleau und Nemours war dieses Dorf ein Aufenthalt für zahlreiche Maler, Musiker und Schrifsteller. Jean-Baptiste Corot, Auguste et Jean Renoir, Paul Cezanne usw viele Andere haben hier verweilt.Die Strassen des Dorfs erinnern an die Zeit des 19. Jahrhunderts mit einem Rundgang "Auf den Spuren der Künstler" entdeckt man die Häuser der hier einst angesiedelten Künstler. Ein wenig weiter weg empfing das Schloss Bourron einst den Polnischen König Stanilas Leczinski. Heute können Gäste Zimmer im Schloss im Schloss für Aufenthalte mieten... Das Fremdenverkehrsamt bietet viele Waderwege in der Nähe an.

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Schloss Fontainebleau

Das Schloss Fontainebleau ist ein Spaziergang durch die Geschichte FrankreichsDas Schloss zeigt viele Anektoten der Geschichte und bietet seine herrlichen Gartenanlagen und Aleen. Seit Philippe August (12.Jarhundert) bis zur Regierung von Napoléon III (19. Jahrhundert), haben 40 Herscher die Geschichte des Schlosses geprägt. Franz der 1ste von Angoulème hat ihm den Style gegeben Napoléon der 1ste die Legende ... Eine wahres Buch der Kunstgeschichte das Gebäude mit 1500 Räumen ist wie eine Promenade durch die Geschichte Frankreichs. Die Wohngemächer sind die der Herscher und der Grossen Persönlichkeiten des Französichen Hofes : Marie Antoinette, der Papts Pius 7, Madame de Maintenon, Napoléon der 1ste und Napoléon der 3te .... Durch die Galerieräume erglänzt die Französische Renaissance der Zeit Franz des 1sten Flügels entdeckt man den Türkischen Boudoir von Marie-Antoinette , das Arbeitszimmer von Napoléon III oder sein wunderschönes Hoftheather , das nach 150 Jahren eines Dornröschen Schlafes jetzt neu restauriert ist . Zwei Hofkirchen und insgesammt 4 Museen wozu auch das Chinesische Museum von Eugenie zählt. Jeder Raum bietet Dekorationen und Kunstgegenstände Möbel... Aussenanlagen Hôfe und Gärten sind genauso bewunderswert Man sollte sich den Aussenspaziergang nicht entgehen lassen . Der Karpfenteich, der Kanal, Brunnenanlagen ... Man kann Ruderboote mieten und mit einer Kutsche durch den Park fahren. Sogar Heissluftballon Flüge werden angeboten um über der 130 Hectar grossen Anlage zu schweben. Die Familien können auf interessante Weise das Schloss entdecken : Serious games, Austellungen, Festivals, Schauspiele, Vorträge und andere Saisonhöhepunkte machen Fontainebleau zu einem beliebten Ziel ... Ein Visiofïuhrer wird angeboten fur einen noch reichhaltigern Besuch des Schlosses .

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Der Nationalforst Fontainebleau

Mit seiner Umgebung ist der Nationalforst Fontainebleau mit einem UNESCO Label Man and Biosphere (MAB) ausgezeichnet. Nach Orléans der zweitgrösste Nationalforst Frankreichs.Die "güne Lunge" der Ile de France mit 17000 Hectar zusammenhängenden Waldbereichen und3 300 Hectar "Trois Pignons" bietet der Forst Fontainebleau einzigartige Landschaften. Viele Einrichtungen wurden für die Besucher angelegt. Das Französische Forstamt (ONF) betreibt ein Informationszentrum (CIF la Faisanderie) welches das ganze Jahr hindurch Schüler und Erwachsene Gruppen emfängt. 2013 erhält der Forst sein Label "Historischer Wald" der das reiche Kulturerbe un vielfältige Natur auszeichnet.

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Samois-sur-Seine

Situé dans le sud de la Seine-et-Marne au cœur de la forêt de Fontainebleau et en bordure de Seine, le joli village de Samois-sur-Seine vous accueille pour vous faire découvrir ses multiples facettes…Samois-sur-Seine, la douce : où les doux murmures des clapotis de la Seine vous bercent et vous transportent, où il fait bon venir se ressourcer, siroter un verre au bord de l’eau, contempler les péniches arrimées, ou laisser le temps au temps tout simplement… Samois-sur-Seine, la rebelle : Samois devient le temps d’un week-end un village détonant où chants tzigannes et rythmes endiablés vous feront presque oublier le sage village au cœur de la Forêt. D’une durée de cinq jours, autour du dernier week-end de juin, le festival de jazz Django Reinhardt regroupe chaque année des artistes de grande qualité, de renommée internationale. Bienvenue à Samois-sur-Seine ! Bienvenue dans ce village exaltant !

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Contact

Phone : 01 60 39 60 39

Email : info@attractivite77.fr

Website : www.scandi77.com/

Facebook : www.facebook.com/77vivreengrand

Open period

Ganzjährig.

Updated by

Seine et Marne Attractivité - 07/02/2024
www.seineetmarnevivreengrand.fr/
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Datenautor

Quartier Henri IV - Place d'Armes 77300 Fontainebleau France

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