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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Base de loisirs -Cergy Pontoise

    This organization offers a staggering array of activities to active individuals or groups: water rafting, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, tennis and badminton, a water slide, a walking path, windsurfing, mini-golf, bird watching, fishing, and biking are all available, along with classes and workshops in many of these skills. Barbecues are permitted and there are concession stands throughout the area which sell small plates and drinks. Large receptions may also be held on the site.

    Rue des Étangs
    Paris, 95001


    Aerokart is devoted to a complete indoor adventure experience, encompassing a massive go-kart track and a free fall simulator which may be enjoyed by the public, through gift cards, as part of a business retreat, or during professional parachute trainings. A bar and restaurant with snacks and drinks available to suit all tastes is open every day.

    199-203 Route de Pontoise
    Paris, 95100

    »Saint-Germain-en-Laye Golf Course

    Settled since 1920 on 74 hectares (183 acres) of land conveniently close to Paris, the Golf de Saint Germain is one of the most prestigious golf facilities in France. Some competitions held here are open to players who are not members of the club, and lessons are offered on the same two courses which occupy the land.

    Route de Poissy F
    Paris, 78100

    »Hippodrome d'Enghien

    Hippodrome d'Enghien is a splendid horse racing track that has been hosting this local favorite sport since circa 1879. Furnished with modern amenities, this grandiose venue accommodates 20,000 spectators at a go! Hippodrome d'Enghien has been a proud host to various international horse racing events and continues to do so even today. Head to the venue to experience an adrenaline rush amidst an equally enthusiast crowd and an electrifying ambiance!

    1 Place André Foulon
    Paris, 95230

    »Le Parc André Malraux

    Parc André Malraux in Nanterre is one of the best parks to enjoy an entire day, filled with activities. A vast green land of 62 acres, dedicated to outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking and much more, it is the perfect place to spend quality time with the entire family. With plenty of play areas, merry go rounds and parks, you will run out of time but not ideas of having a good time here.

    39 Avenue Pablo Picasso
    Paris, 92000

    »Asnieres Patinage

    Hosting ballets on ice, competitions, classes, and workshops along with public skating sessions for leisure, the Patinoire d'Asnières always keeps cool. Costs are based on a yearly subscription, with discounts available for children and students. Call or see website for details.

    boulevard Pierre de Coubertin
    Paris, 92600

    »Docteur Jean Blot Sports Hall

    The Centre Omnisports Docteur Jean Blot has an impressive array of sports facilities. This includes an all-sports room which can accommodate around 350 people and holds practices for handball, basketball, badminton, and rock climbing on an 11-meter (36-foot) wall. There are also two soccer fields and rooms devoted to the practice of specific sports: judo, karate, aikido and yoga, boxing, table tennis, dance, and bodybuilding.

    21 rue Pierre Brossolette
    Paris, 92400

    »Cultural Center

    The zig-zag roofed Cultural Center of Courbevoie holds performances of theater, classical music, comedy, children's entertainment, comedy, and vocalists as well as art exhibits including painting, photography, and sculpture. Classes are offered for children ages four and up in yoga, art history, gymnastics, fine arts, martial arts, theater, dance, languages, music, and design arts. The Center accommodates the elderly along with children.

    14 bis place de l'Hôtel de Ville
    Paris, 92400

    »Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche Golf Course

    Golf de St Nom la Bretèche hosts the Vivendi Trophy, a golf tournament created in 2009 listed on the European Tour schedule. The best players from Great-Britain and Ireland compete against the best players of Continental Europe. The competition lasts four days: the first three days are dedicated to Match Play by teams of two (fourballs, greensomes, foursomes) and singles are played on the last day. The Vivendi Trophy will be held every two years, alternately with the Ryder Cup.Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche's golf is located at the West of Paris near Versailles. It is one of the most beautiful courses in Île-de-France with its 36 holes, ponds, woods and hills. It s opened to members only. 

    Chemin du Golf
    Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche, 78860

    »Relais du Bois de Boulogne

    The Relais du Bois de Boulogne sprawls over 7400 square meters (79,653 square feet) of rooms, gardens, and terraces which have just the right facilities for events including up to 600 people, or simply a lovely lunch with the family. The long history of parties at this site stretch back to the days of Napoléon III. Marriage receptions, baptisms, conferences, workshops, holiday parties, birthdays, and any other event imaginable are made welcome and hosted in style. A fine culinary team guarantees that guests won't go hungry and the entire staff is dedicated to the success of your event.

    2 Alley Waterfront
    Paris, 75016

    »Jardin d'Acclimatation

    The Acclimatization Garden only occupies a small area of the Bois de Boulogne, a huge park created under Napoléon III. In the main part of this park, one can find exotic animals, lakes, gardens and recreation areas. Younger kids will enjoy the mini-zoo while the older kids can try the mini-motorbikes. The garden is so popular because it offers a wide variety of games and attractions, including magical mazes, mirroring games, caroussels, go-karting, roller-blading and bike routes. Don't leave the park without riding one of the many trains which cross the gardens.

    Bois de Boulogne
    Paris, 75016

    »Hippodrome de Saint-Cloud

    Opened in 1901, the Hippodrome de Saint-Cloud has been hosting important thoroughbred racing events  for over a century, including some of the polo events in the 1924 Olympics and Group One Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud. Built by thoroughbred breeder Edmond Blanc, the racecourse is verdant and expansive. In 1992, the site was declared a historical monument by the national government. Visit to feel the excitement of watching a race and admire the beauty of the grounds. 

    1 rue du Camp Canadien
    Paris, 92210
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