A YEARNING FOR NATURE, PEACE AND THE OPEN AIR…
Our territory has a natural heritage rich in rivers, ponds, wetlands, woods and forests which will satisfy lovers of the countryside and all dreamers…
Jacqueline Provent Park allows everyone to enjoy nature on 1 hectare of greenery, crossed by one of the arms of the Fusin.
In the middle of the woods, the ford at the hamlet of Barbigny is a real refreshing stop for hikers.
This French river in the departments of Yonne, Loiret and Seine-et-Marne is a right bank tributary of the Loing.
The wetland of the Parc de la Tabarderie has been restored to enhance the natural heritage and preserve its biodiversity; it is located within the Communal Sensitive Natural Area of the Vallee du Fusain.
This magnificent green setting crossed by the GR13 and the river Fusain, invites you to a country walk along the path of lovers. It has 10 picnic tables, a playground and a fitness trail.
To discover the 17 wash houses, we invite you to take the path of the lovers along the Fusain located in the park of Tabarderie.
The Loing Canal located in the departments of Seine-et-Marne and Loiret measures 50 km and runs through 19 locks.
Discover the Sensitive Natural Area of La Madeleine-sur-Loing
The Lunain is a French river, a tributary of the Loing and therefore a sub-tributary of the Seine, flowing in the departments of Yonne and Seine-et-Marne.
Discover the Bois des Palis, a superb sensitive natural area.
And suddenly, a vast expanse of fine sand in the middle of the Poligny forest...
On the edge of the old RN7 (now D607) and not far from the A6 motorway, this communal pond of around twenty hectares will offer you the possibility of catching magnificent fish.
Discovering the wetlands of Cercanceaux.
The Loing is a river, whose 143 km long course crosses the departments of Yonne, Loiret and Seine-et-Marne. It crosses 3 municipalities in the Gâtinais Val-de-Loing territory: Château-Landon, Souppes-sur Loing and Madeleine-sur-Loing.
In the soil of Souppes-sur-Loing passes a limestone bank which has been exploited since Gallo-Roman times in the quarries of Souppes.