The region of Essonne is home to the village of Massy. Visit this community’s Château de Vilgénis; others use Massy as a base to visit other regions in the Île de France sector. Essonne can also take you away from Paris to other small communities hidden within its scope. Sometimes people call Esonne the “Secret Garden of the Île de France”. Essonne, specifically Massy, is the home of the founder of vegetable canning, Nicholas Appert. Esonne also sits in the rich valley formed by the Esonne River. It has the remains of an ancient forest and boats several châteaux. At Bouville, there is the Château de Farcheville, while Le Château de Bélesbat sits in Boutigny-sur- Esonne along with a 12th century church.
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