The village of Sainte-Aulde borders and overlooks the Marne in its loop that leads to the Seine. An exceptional view of the river but also the vast ponds Luzancy worth visiting for visiting the Country Fertois including La Ferte-sous-Jouarre is the county seat.
Easily accessible by the A4 motorway and the train station through the east village clinging to the wooded hills full of surprises along the banks of the Marne or its many footpaths. It is the haven for hikers and distraction whose walks are interspersed with the discovery of eight wash houses of the town, gradually restored by the municipality.
The Romanesque church of the 12th century and the history of the saint who gave his name to the village are the other attractions. Indeed, the legend says that St. Aulde was born in this village in the fifth century, before joining St. Genevieve in Paris and the Court of Clovis. His relics were presented to King Louis on his return from the Crusades in 1239 and then kept in the church of his town through the intervention of Bossuet, bishop of Meaux, in 1699.