Close to theme parks, golf has an 27 hole golf course designed by the high quality architect Ronald Fream, suitable for all levels of play.
Spread over an 86-hectare expanse, you find island greens, ponds and sand banks. The golf course can be adapted for all levels of play, with its 3 courses of 9 holes, designed by Ronald Fream, which can be combined in different ways to make three distinct 18-hole routes.
27 holes, 3 courses :
White : 9 holes, 3,094 m, 36 par.
Red : 9 holes, 2,905 m, 36 par.
Blue : 9 holes, 3,127 m, 36 par.
With a vast training areas, a bar / restaurant with terrace ... this is the ideal place to combine pleasure and serenity. And its heart stands the Radisson Blu Hotel, newly built 4* contemporary style with fitness center and spa.
Aroud the golf
The 2 parks, with over fifty attractions (Space Mountain, the runaway mine train roller coaster, the Rock'n'Roller Coaster, which accelerates to 100 km/h in less than 3 secs., Ratatouille: Rémy's totally crazy adventure, the immersive experience of the world from a rat's-eye view…) are of course an unmissable treat. Yet Eastern Paris has many other treasures to take you on a journey through History.
Château de Champs-sur-Marne
This is one of the most well-furnished 18th century châteaux in the Paris region, with exceptional painted décor. With the Marquise de Pompadour among its most illustrious guests, it recently played host to Sofia Coppola for the filming of "Marie-Antoinette". The 85-hectare park has the Jardin Remarquable label.
Museum of the Great War, Pays de Meaux
Possessing a collection which is unique in Europe, the permanent exhibition at this museum offers a new perspective on the first global conflict (1914-1918) with its innovative displays. Technological advances (artillery, camouflage, communications), the place and role of women, the daily lives of soldiers, tactics and strategy, the Allied intervention... thematic spaces address different aspects of the conflict, so that visitors can be truly immersed in history.
With its tunnels, ramparts and 58 historic monuments, this medieval city, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, will take you back to the Middle Ages.
From April to October, this unique setting will serve as the backdrop for great medieval shows :
The Eagles of the Ramparts: This equestrian falconry show is unique in Europe, where eagles, buzzards, falcons, vultures and owls move in harmony with horses, wolves and camels.
The Legend of the Knights: An equestrian art show with spectacular stunts, staggering jousts and combat, cavalcades, acrobatics, dressage, juggling and more.
The Age of the Ramparts: Demonstration of real, life-size, medieval war machines, built exactly according to the ancient designs.
Provins medieval fair: At the foot of the ramparts, artisans and merchants gather in groups according to their speciality; leatherwork, stonework, fabrics, spices, musical instruments and more.
(PRO) SHOPPING Open Sundays
La Vallée Village
A few minutes from Disneyland Paris, 120 luxury and fashion brands offer reduced prices (-33 % min.) on articles from previous collections. Hands-free shopping, personal shopper, stylist, valet parking, centralised tax refunding and more.
All year round. Closed exceptionally on January 1st and December 25th.
Prices not available.