Historic site and monument
Situated close to Montereau-Fault-Yonne the 12th century village of Flagy is crossed by the Orvanne creek and forms an enchanting setting.
A real nice and romantic feeling gets you as you stroll over the place. Numerous bridges go over the Orvanne. The local church has on its turret top the head of a pig legend has it that the village’s inhabitants refused help to their neighbour village during the great plague of pestilence in the 15th century and the bishop condemned the village not to have a simple weathercock but also a pig head as symbol on the church turret it spins according to the wind directions. A stroll in this village is worth your time.