Le Village Enchanté

Le Village Enchanté, Bellefontaine: Address, Phone Number, Le Village Enchanté Reviews: 3.5/5

Le Village Enchanté
3.5
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Come with your family to the magic village of Bellefontaine and discover our new attractions! At the "Village Enchante", have fun with your family ! Zip wires for young and old alike, tree climbing adventures, bouncy castles, merry-go-rounds, discovery of the farm animals... Whatever your age, don't wait to indulge yourself into childhood and fantasy world. Follow the bucolic paths and go for a walk in a marvelous surrounding inhabited by goblins and fairy tales . Fancy adventure? Gain height and walk on the Canopy walk, a bridge suspended a few meters above the ground, 250 meters long! Keen on adrenaline? Be brave and take the plunge with the maxi zip wire. A short family break with the pond crossing in the pirate ferryboat or the discovery of the ghosts' cave. In the dark, our little explorers will have to cross the cave without putting down their feet. OPENING: From 11 APRIL to 26 APRIL 2015 every day ; From 27 APRIL to 28 JUNE weekends ; From 4 JULY to 31 AUGUST every day. HOURS: 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM PRICE: 9.50€(2 yrs +) 7€ for groups of 15 or more (by reservation), 10 entrance tickets 85€.
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Smart Home F
Ger, France12 contributions
Great for ages 7 to 14
Aug 2018
Lovely little hideaway on a sunny day, pretty good value for money too, Would recommend a Pack lunch rather than eating there. Gteat Zip Lines and Inflatables
Written 27 January 2019
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AlistairandRachel
16 contributions
A hidden gem of a kids day out - would have gone twice if we'd known
Aug 2018 • Family
Great fun and such a contrast to most activity park type places. I stocked up on coins expecting everything to cost per go and couldn't believe the trains, boats bikes etc were all just parent-operated. In the UK there'd be some bored flunky charging £2 for each 3-minute go on the train but here there was just a button you held down until someone wanted to get on or off.

There were very few staff, but they were charming, helpful and competent. (I suspect these two facts are connected.)

I had great fun on the trip-wires; the big ones are only suitable for teens / grown-ups - I was quite scared first time around! - but there are also kid-friendly ones so even my 2-year-old got to have a go on one. Children loved pedalo boats, pedal-karts, trampolines, bridges, tight-ropes, climbing frames, animals to visit etc etc etc - they were thoroughly tired out by the end of the day.

The park is set in a lovely steep-sided wooded valley with lots of streams babbling through the undergrowth, so you can find a quiet spot to picnic easily.

Cafe food was things-with-chips (though the battered fish was nice), but to be fair that seems to go for every child-friendly restaurant in Normandy. There is coffee and the cafe is licensed.

It was surprisingly quiet in the morning (mid-August week-day) but began to get busier at lunch time, though never really busy. Advise getting there early-ish to get the run of the place.

It wasn't well sign-posted; we used sat-nav of course but we were beginning to wonder if google maps had made a terrible mistake until we suddenly came round a corner and saw it.

I'm not sure how much fun you'd have if the weather was cold and wet but we had a whale of a time.
Written 23 August 2018
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Pilipalacoch
Swansea, UK179 contributions
A day for small children to adults to enjoy
Aug 2017 • Family
We have visited Village Enchante twice and it is a lovely day out. There are lots of activities for smaller children such as bouncy castles paddle boats, maze,trampoline, farm and a fairy tale village with little houses etc. For teenaged and older adults there are lots of zip wires crossing from tree to tree. There's also a rope bridge up the side of the hill which is quite challenging and certainly not for the faint hearted as well as beautiful woodland walks. A cafe serves hot and cold snacks, drinks and ice cream. There is also plenty of seating should you want to take a picnic with you.
Written 5 September 2017
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DublinWhite_Moon
Dublin33 contributions
Family fun
Aug 2017 • Family
This place is amazing. Our 2yr old loved it. We all had so much fun as a family. Or toddler is adventurous and loved the 250m rope bridge. So many fun, challenging activities in one place. Would highly recommend a visit, especially for energetic youngsters.
Written 23 August 2017
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NannyCat
Ipswich, UK59 contributions
Kept the kids happy
Aug 2017 • Family
Kept 5 children aged 12 to 8 happy for the day. No big scary rides just simple family entertainment even in the rain. All set in lovely, wooded grounds. Picnic area and cafe. Ask for the burgers to be well cooked as ours were practically raw in the middle. Apart from this we all had a lovely day.
Written 15 August 2017
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Adrian S
Herne Bay, UK22 contributions
Keeps Young Ones Happy for Hours
Jul 2017 • Family
We came here in a slightly drizzling day in late July. If it had been raining hard then this would have ruined the day, as most stuff is outside and uncovered. As it was we found ourselves in a park with very few other people which meant we waited for nothing and our young ones (both 5) could roam around and go on what they wanted. There is plenty to keep them amused including a rope walkway (all enclosed so you are safe), boats they can work with their hands, loads to climb, a little go kart (although this is a little hard work for kids and adults), a superb ball pit, a foam ball shooting thing, two or three inflatables/bouncy castles, an electric train ride that the adult works plus other stuff. There is a zip wire course for older kids and adults plus a small zip wire for young ones (which my two loved). There is a café which serves some reasonably priced basic food (eg fish and chips) although you can take your own picnic. Parking is easy and free. The park is a little different and quirky and not quite like your run of the mill park but that makes it all the more interesting. You can certainly keep kids amused for three hours+. I would recommend a visit if you want to give a day to the kids.
Written 31 July 2017
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JOHNHEPPENSTALL
Holmfirth, UK1 205 contributions
Great for the kids
Aug 2016 • Family
There is so much to do at this place for the kids it's great. It keeps them entertained all day. Loads of things to play on such as little boats you steer yourself, zip wires, rope bridges, bouncy castles, trampolines, ball pool, and climbing frames and also a little train ride.
Our kids are 4and 5 and loved it. Cost 38 euros for a family of 4, great value for a full day out. There are picnic tables and a cafe if you want food
Written 4 September 2016
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Nichola K
cambs17 contributions
3rd visit
Aug 2016 • Family
Fun place for a 5,8,10,12 and Mum & Dad. This is our 3rd visit, we always get there for 1030 when it opens and its very quiet. Boys straight on the zip wires, which they love. This is the best activity for the older children, for the younger ones there is plenty aalso, shame they have lost the climbing wall and replaced with harnessed trampolines which is and extra 3€ for ten minutes, but no pony ride this year.
Written 10 August 2016
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David B
Manchester, UK121 contributions
Brilliant Kids Day Out
Aug 2015 • Family
This is a fabulous place to go for families with younger children.
Set in a valley , it is accessible for buggies.
It has covered picnic areas and loads of rides and walks and things to do and see.
There is a kiddies (less than 7) play area that is well organised and keeps them entertained.
There is a animal petting area too
Written 2 September 2015
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354susie
North West England, UK7 contributions
A good morning activity
Aug 2015
We were advised by a local ex-pat to arrive here early (opens at ten in holiday season) for which we were grateful as although being amongst the first meant there was a little atmosphere lacking in the initial half hour it did mean the children could try out just about everything apart from the brilliant looking zip wire for which they were too short (min height requirement 135cm). There is a treetop walkway which they greatly enjoyed and which they completed on their own. There are a few little obstacle course type things at the edge of the woodland. There is a go-kart track which was a bit battered and, as it was positioned on a slope, a bit awkward but which they loved. As a family we had a wild ten minutes shooting foam balls at each other, and playing Gladiator with large padded batons. Each activity only entertained for a short time. Our children are ten and seven but we are a short family so since they were not tall enough for the zip wire, which shoots around all over the village, they were limited to other activities which were either a little young or lacked the sustainable interest levels of the longed for zip wire. There is a food outlet at the location and also picnic area. Take a packed lunch and change of clothes if it has rained recently as some activities were very wet.
Written 24 August 2015
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