Do you know the Val Briard? Probably if you are from the Ile-de-France. If you don't, that's unlucky! The purpose of this book is to help you discover it. A fertile and largely wooded territory, the Val Briard is home to landscapes, where crops, forests and meadows alternate with streams and ponds. In addition, there are charming villages with medieval houses, listed churches and, in the countryside, romantic romantic farms and castles with their stone and brickwork, half-timber and gazebos. With its 21 communes and 27,243 inhabitants, the Val Briard is an attractive area offering a high quality of rural life. It is also a green and sparsely urbanised area suitable for gentle tourism, where you can enjoy hiking, pleasant cycling routes and forest paths that are popular among horse riders.