The town of Magny-le-Hongre is located in Ile-de-France in the department of Seine-et-Marne, in the IV area of Marne-la-Vallée.
Magny-le-Hongre offers a pleasant setting, close to Disneyland Paris in the Val d'Europe.
Obtaining the label Towns and Villages in Bloom recognizes the efforts of the municipality in terms of reception quality, respect for the environment and favoring social inclusion through the practice of gardening.
The name of the village appears for the first time in texts from the eighth century. The qualifier Gelding appears 1267. During the drafting of the custom of Paris in 1589, the Thomas Pillager, notary adviser and secretary of the King, controller of the hearing in Paris, is lord and lord of Bailly, Serris, Chatou, Magny le Hongre and Veres in part.
The town has a rich common heritage, which traces its history through the centuries. The church, the fountain and the St. Genevieve laundry are all monuments to visit during a stay in Magny-le-Hongre. So you can soak up the history of the town during a walk with family, couple or friends.