This commune covers an area of 10.5km² and has 243 inhabitants who are known as ‘Mignotins’. It is located 18km south of Troyes. Reached via the D1, D66 or the D109, it is 8km from junction 20 (Saint-Thibault) of the A5 from Paris.
Largely wooded, the commune of La-Vendue-Mignot is a good example of the landscape of the Pays d’Armance. The village stretches along the main road from the edge of the Forêt d’Aumont in the east, to the fields in the west that stretch as far as the farms that are located away from the village.
The associations in the village and beyond – including those offering activities connected to its rich natural heritage, craft and sporting activities – as well as facilities offered by the Mairie, make this rural Auboise village a great place to live.
Residents of Vendue-Mignot can easily encounter wildlife including wild boar, various species of deer, hares, amphibians, many species of birds and other inhabitants of the woods when out on walks in the Forêt d’Aumont and beyond.
On the Grande Rue, a plaque on the Mairie is decorated with the Victory palm and commemorates those who died in the First World War.