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Visit the Seine et Marne

Located to the east of Île-de-France, Seine-et-Marne (77) is the largest department in the region, covering an area of ​​5,915 km². Home to more than 1.4 million inhabitants, it offers a harmonious blend of historical heritage and natural landscapes, a peaceful living environment just 30 minutes from Paris. Take advantage of your stay at our campsite in Seine et Marne to enjoy our fabulous environment and discover the surrounding area!
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The must-sees in Seine et Marne

Whether you are a heritage, nature or leisure lover, the Seine et Marne offers a multitude of unmissable places to discover. Here is a selection of sites not to be missed:
  • Castels of Seine et Marne: Among the must-sees, discover the Castel of Fontainebleau, listed as a UNESCO world heritage site, or the majestic Castel of Vaux-le-Vicomte, a masterpiece of Baroque architecture.
  • Villages of Seine et Marne: Explore the charming painters' village, Barbizon, or stroll through the medieval streets of Moret-sur-Loing, at the gateway to Burgundy.
  • Museums of Seine et Marne: Immerse yourself in history through the collections of the Museum of the Great War in Meaux, or discover the poetic world of Stéphane Mallarmé at the Departmental Museum in Vulaines-sur-Seine.
  • Churches and cathedrals of Seine et Marne: Explore the architectural and religious treasures of the department, such as Meaux Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, or the Saint-Étienne de Provins Church, a remarkable example of Romanesque art.
  • Parks and gardens of Seine et Marne: Enjoy the natural beauty of the region's parks and gardens, such as the Parc des Capucins in Coulommiers, a peaceful place ideal for a family stroll, or the Jardins de la Vallée Suisse in Melun, offering a green oasis in the heart of the city.

How to reach and get around Seine et Marne?

Seine-et-Marne benefits from a varied and well-developed transport network, offering visitors easy and convenient access to all the wonders of the region.
  • Road access: The department is easily accessible by car from Paris and the main surrounding towns. The A4, A5, A6 and A77 motorways cross Seine-et-Marne, allowing you to quickly reach tourist sites, castles, picturesque villages and natural parks.
  • Public transport: For those who prefer public transport, Seine-et-Marne is served by a network of trains, buses and RER. Line R of the Transilien network connects Paris to several key destinations in the department, such as Fontainebleau, Meaux, Melun and Provins. The RER A also serves parts of the department, providing easy access to Disneyland Paris and Marne-la-Vallée.
  • Car rental: For more flexibility when traveling, car rental is a practical option in Seine-et-Marne. There are many rental agencies in the main towns and near train stations, allowing you to rent a vehicle to explore the region at your own pace.
  • Cycling and hiking: For nature and sports enthusiasts, Seine-et-Marne also offers numerous cycling routes and hiking trails through its varied landscapes. Rent a bike or put on your walking shoes and set off to discover the region's hidden treasures.