Nearest River: Marne 0.1km
- Vincennes: 6km
- Paris: 8km
- Versailles: 37km
- Fontainebleau: 65km
If it is magic and thrills you are after then Disneyland Paris, where the wonderful world of Disney comes alive, is only 30 minutes away by car. ‘Parc Asterix’ is another of the area’s popular theme parks, hosting one of Europe’s largest roller coasters.
This iconic basilica sits at the top of the Montmartre hill and provides amazing city views from its steps. The place is alive with travellers making their ascent to the Sacré-Coeur and vibrant street art that lines the pavements.
There’s no better time to visit Paris than on Bastille Day. This French national holiday commemorates the storming of the Bastille on 14th July 1789 - an event that triggered the French revolution – and is marked throughout the capital with a military parade on the Champs-Elysées and sensational firework show launched from the Eiffel Tower!
Events in the Region
The French Open, one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, is one of the biggest sporting events in France. For two weeks the 500 top tennis players in the world battle it out on the clay courts of the famous Roland Garros Stadium.
If you are a lover of all things equine then Chantilly is the place to go (50 Km north of Paris). The Hippodrome de Chantilly hosts two of France’s classic horse races - the Prix du Jockey Club and the Prix de Diane Longines every year in June. But if you don’t fancy a flutter then you can always visit the local horse museum, ‘La Musée Vivant du Cheval’, which offers demonstrations three times per day.
Presenting a wealth of free concerts throughout summer, the Paris Jazz Festival is an annual event held in the gorgeous setting of the Parc Floral. Featuring a variety of jazz acts, new and old, this is a must for all Jazz-lovers and music-lovers in general. Concerts take place every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from the end of June to late July. 2019 dates to be confirmed.
With gruelling routes covering some of France's most beautifully scenic regions, the Tour de France is an iconic cycle race, attracting huge crowds along the route. The Grand Départ of 2019 takes place on the 6th July in the city of Brussels. The exciting mountains stages in the French Alps and the Pyrenees are especially popular.The races finishes in Paris on the 28th July.
This French national holiday commemorates the storming of the Bastille on 14th July 1789 - an event that triggered the French revolution – and is marked throughout the French capital with a military parade on the Champs-Elysées and sensational firework show launched from the Eiffel Tower.
Off Parc Activities
If you feel like getting out and about whilst on holiday, the following activities are available in the local area:
|Golf||1 km from site|
|Canoeing||2 km from site|