Montigny -le- Bretonneux is a commune with 33 567 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the Yvelines department in the Île- de -France region. It belongs to the district of Versailles and is the capital ( chef-lieu ) of the canton of the same name. It is part of the 1960 created Ville nouvelle Saint- Quentin -en- Yvelines, which was converted into a Communauté d' agglomà in 2004.


The city is located five kilometers south-west of Versailles.


  • The Castle of Montigny -le- Bretonneux, also called château de la Couldre, 1863 created by former Mayor Vincent Notta. It came in 1973 through the acquisition back to the local authorities, has been renovated and has since, with around thirty rooms seat of the Communauté d' agglomération de Saint -Quentin -en- Yvelines. The property is surrounded by thirteen acres of free parking available.
  • The church of Saint -Martin, originally created in the 13th century, was after she had suffered several wars, in 1610 rebuilt. It is located in the heart of the city.


Economy and infrastructure

Transport links

Montigny -le- Bretonneux is via the railway station Saint- Quentin -en- Yvelines of the Paris RER C line to the Transilien line U (La Défense ) and the Transilien line N - linked (Paris Montparnasse).