A quick overview of what the Trois Pignon area has to offer to make sure your stay is comfortable.
We will be based mainly around the Trois Pignon area of Fontainebleau, with the campsite of La Murserdiere as our base. However, there are plenty of other accommodation options.
La Murserdiere http://www.millylaforet-tourisme.com/La-Musardiere-699
Options of Mobile homes to rent or camping.
Haras de la Fontaine http://www.france-gite-fontainebleau.fr/index.htm
Beautiful Gite complex
Gite Arbonne http://www.gitearbonne.com
Another good Gite complex
Camping Boulancourt http://www.camping-iledeboulancourt.com
A very nice campsite about 20minutes from Milly-La-Foret
There are a number of small hotels around Milly-La-Foret and F1 provide very basic accommodation nearby. Airbnb probably provide the best option for non-campsite accommodation.
There are quite a few nice restaurants in Milly-La-Foret and more in Fontainebleau as well as cafes and bars. All local villages have a bakery and patisserie as well as regular local markets to buy fresh produce from.
There is a good supermarket in Milly-La-Foret and a larger Carrefour in Melun Viliers en Bierce. Milly-La-Foret has a good collection of shops selling local produce as well as regular markets in the central square.
For all your camping needs please visit www.justkampers.co.uk who sponsor the trip. There is also a Decathalon in Melun Viliers en Bierie.
Boulders of Fontainebleau are very good at wearing out your skin. It’s best to come prepared with a good climbing skin care product such as Monkey Fist http://www.mnkyfst.com