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Le Jonor, quai du Loing
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Saint-Mammès, quai de Seine
Saint-Mammès, quai de Seine

How to reach and move around in Saint-Mammès…

The south Seine et Marne department

The south Seine et Marne department is bounded on the North by the Brie plateau and on the South by the Gâtinais region, it is also located between the Beauce plains to the West and the Champagne region to the East.
This area is crossed by the valleys of the Seine, Yonne and Loing, its main rivers. It has naturally been known since the dawn of time. Important archaeological remains attest to human settlements. (The Pincevent site for example…).
Urbanization developed naturally beside these rivers and essentially around their confluences. Many sites have become big agglomerations.
The advent of the railway in the late 19th century has also strengthened the residential and industrial vocation of these towns, which does not prevent the area being covered for 90% by agricultural or wooded terrain.

Saint-Mammès has always lived from the waterway. The village has kept the memory of these past decades intact, where the barge people’s intense activity has developed one of the most important French capitals of waterway transport.


The town of Saint-Mammès is located in the south of the Seine-et-Marne department, at the confluence of the Seine and Loing rivers. .
It is seventy kilometers upstream of Paris and a meeting point of all waterway routes across central and western France.
Access to Saint-Mammès is particularly easy. Note the proximity of the A6 and A5 highways, and the “National 6” route. The town is bisected by the “Departmental 40” route.

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Situation Saint-Mammès
Saint-Mammès location

How to reach Saint-Mammès

GPS coordinates: N 48.38894 ° E 2.80802 °

At just 1 hour south of Paris and close to Fontainebleau.

- From the A6 highway, take the Fontainebleau exit – follow the N6 towards Montereau / Sens. 10 km after Fontainebleau take the direction of Veneux-les-Sablons / Moret-sur-Loing - Cross the town of Moret. After passing the bridge over the Loing river, at the roundabout turn left towards Saint-Mammès.
- From the A5 Highway, take the Montereau Fault-Yonne exit - follow the N6 towards Fontainebleau – take the Ecuelles exit towards Moret-sur-Loing - at the roundabout follow the Saint-Mammès direction
- By waterway, navigate the river Seine up to the Seine and Loing confluence - after 300 m, dock on the left bank.
- By train, get off at Saint-Mammès station.

Saint-Mammès is located on the Paris-Montereau (Paris - Lyon - Marseille) and Paris-Laroche-Migenne railway lines, less than an hour from Paris. The town has its own train station.

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