Far from the uproar of big cities, richnesses and colours of nature let themselves be crossed and gazed at!

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Etangs de Courville
The ponds were dug out in the 12th century by the Abbaye d’Igny 'builder' monks to drain the marshlands and provide the community with fish. Owned ...
Separated in 1841 from the « Parc de la Patte d’Oie » (the Crow’s Foot Park) when the future Boulevard Roederer was built, this garden has successi...
With regard to nature, this public area includes a natural spawning ground, in the centre of a flowery meadow prone to flooding, with three observa...
Jardin - Châtillon-sur-Morin (2)

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CHATILLON-SUR-MORIN

Jardin de M. et Mme Provence

5000m2 of gardens with numerous varieties of annual and perennial plants, trees and shrubs.
Vouzy (3)
‘2 fleurs’ village in bloom Residents of Vouzy (320 inhabitants) have shown their interest in receiving tourists, by opening a number of country gî...
Stretching along a line seven kilometres long, Courtisols can claim to be the longest village in France. So there are plenty of opportunities to ex...
Village in bloom - 1 Flower Placed on the front line, the village was totally destroyed in the First World War. It was rebuilt, which was not the c...
Sarry (3)
A residential village in the conglomeration of Châlons, Sarry has made considerable efforts to enhance its living environment, with a landscaped ca...
photo fleur champguyon 026
Champguyon or Guy's field, after the first owner of the area. The troubled history of this ancient fortified town divided it in two parts. But the ...