Moret Seine and Loing



    Around Moret-sur-Loing, come and stroll around the 21 towns and villages which make up our federation of municipalities.
Thomery is built on a hillside overlooking a bend in the river Seine. An outstanding natural site which is enhanced by an unusual and exceptional piece of architectural heritage: the vine walls. Part of the supplementary list of the “Monuments historiques”, these vine walls were built in the XVIth century to accommodate the golden chasselas grape vines which came from the king’s vine arbour.

Pay a visit too to Saint-Mammès, at the confluence of the river Seine and the river Loing, a meeting place for all the waterways which cross central and western France. Thanks to its strategic position, this town has become the place of choice for boating activity in the region and has long enjoyed an important role in the history of river transport.

Come and lose yourself in the maze of narrow streets of the fortified town of Moret-sur-Loing, previously the border between the kingdom of France and the duchy of Burgundy. Discover, inside the ramparts, between the doors of Burgundy and Samois, the dungeon, Notre-Dame church, considered as one of the major Gothic buildings to the north of the Loire, and numerous remarkable and unusual neo-Gothic buildings such as the Raccolet house or the Hotel de Ville …



Discover the medieval town and the sites that inspired Alfred Sisley and Rosa Bonheur


  • Historical and thematic guided tours of Moret-sur-Loing (art, architecture) and Saint-Mammès
  • Tour of the Rosa Bonheur studio
  • Dramatised tour
  • The Moret Nuns Barley Sugar Museum, the Bicycle Museum, the Sisley Point…
    More information at the tourist office




  2014 events

  • Run in Moret Seine et Loing (Sunday 11th May)
  • Cheese and Wine Fair in Veneux-Les Sablons (1st weekend of September)
  • The 1900 Festival: (27th and 28th September)
  • Comedy Festival (early November)






Tourist Office**

4 bis, place de Samois - 77250 MORET-SUR-LOING

Tel. +33 (0)1 60 70 41 66 / Fax +33 (0)1 60 70 82 52

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