Town of Yvelines, in the Ile-de-France, Aubergenville is located forty kilometers from the capital, not far from Mantes-la-Jolie. In the northern department, the city is bordered by the Seine and is bordered by cities like Epône or Flins-sur-Seine.
Well served, particularly by transilien and A13, the Normandy motorway, the city of Aubergenville is ideally placed to enjoy holidays in Île-de-France. Old Gallic village, the city is quite old, and the foundation of the present village dates back to the eleventh century. Despite its significant urban development, Aubergenville has kept some fine monuments and other traces of an interesting historical heritage. Awarded two flowers in the competition of cities and villages flowered, this city of Yvelines also benefits from a beautiful living environment, rich in greenery.
Dating back to the eleventh century, the present city of Aubergenville retains vestiges of its ancient history and a special charm.
The church Sainte-Thérèse-de-Child Jesus Elizabethville, built in 1927, is one of the first churches built of reinforced concrete France. It is also the first French church to have been entirely carved in stone. Built as a votive chapel dedicated to St. Therese of Lisieux, she was listed as an historic monument. Inside you can admire numerous statues, like a cast of Joan of Arc or putting a relief to honor the holy Elizabeth of Hungary. In the central parts, beautiful stained glass windows made by Bruno Pirey represent the zodiac signs.
Oldest, the Saint-Ouen church is in the center of the old town of Aubergenville. It was built in the twelfth century, and its massive square tower and dates for its fourteenth century. In the course of the eighteenth century, it was slated.
Walking through Aubergenville and its surroundings, one can enjoy various attractions, like the dolmen of La Noue Bié, Montgardé Castle dating from the eighteenth century, or the castle of Vivier. Also built in the eighteenth century, it now houses associations and municipal services. Its park, very nice, was refurbished in 2008 and offers a beautiful view of the Seine and the village. You can admire impressive fountain in the center.
Located outside the town hall, a very old black mulberry obtained the remarkable tree label in 2007. At the lying aspect, it measures 10 meters in height and would have over a hundred years.
Aubergenville Ile is a bustling city that regularly offers interesting events.
Throughout the year, Aubergenville hosts a weekly market that takes place on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 8 am to 13h. A Christmas market that brings together gastronomy, crafts and entertainment also takes place each year in December.
Between March and April, Aubergenville hosts its famous festival Francos. This is an opportunity for visitors to enjoy different shows shot on the circus and other theatrical events. Founded in 1990, the festival theater Francophonies Youth is open to all audiences.
The Blues sur Seine Festival takes his ease in November, offering various concerts on the banks of the Seine at Aubergenville and surroundings.
In December, the Vivier castle park welcomes its famous festival Vivier, during which children can learn about ice carving, watch Christmas stories, or enjoy a light and sound more impressive.