With 1482 acres dedicated to open-air activities and discovering nature, the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines leisure center is the largest in the Paris region. Numerous land and water sports are offered, as well as trips in the national natural reserve.

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Rond-Point Eric Tabarly
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Set alongside the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Natural Reserve, the leisure center is the largest educational sports and nature area in the Paris region. Here in this secluded 1482-acre setting around a large body of water, children and adults alike can explore the joys of horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, golf, and go-carting. That's not to forget swimming in an immense wave pool, surrounded by a green beach and a multi-sports field, open in July and August. Whether it's with family or friends, the leisure center offers a chance to try out the ropes course, take a peaceful walk in the rose garden, or spend the night in a yurt!

In this area dedicated to fun and relaxation, the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines center is also a place to discover nature. Visitors, accompanied by a guide, can explore the city's national natural reserve or enjoy an orienteering trail suited to families and athletes alike. With children, don't miss the educational farm, with a chance to meet barnyard animals such as donkeys, sheep, and goats... and even bees.