- Asnières-sur-Oise and Royaumont
Asnières-sur-Oise and Royaumont Abbey
Built between 1228 and 1295, under the aegis of the future Saint Louis, Royaumont abbey, the largest Cistercian abbey in Ile de France region was erected in an exceptional setting and still stands today among lakes and wood lands.
These were the lands of inspiration for painters such as Vincent Van Gogh, Camille Pissaro, Claude Monet, Charles Daubigny. All of them have left the mark of their genius here. First of all, in Auvers-sur-Oise, where the village has kept this precious heritage, you will experience the birth and development of this great artistic movement. Numerous places contribute to the visit of the impressionistic city.
Encompassing twelve towns, Cergy-Pontoise is an effervescent urban area where you will find a large choice of exhibitions, events or festivals all year round. Proud of it past, Pontoise, has been designated as «Ville d'Art et d'Histoire » which implies a great involvment in its cultural life.
Ecouen, a Renaissance masterpiece
Ecouen has been able to keep its identity as a village where its riches are discovered along pleasant walks through its historical and memorable sites.
With the museum of the Renaissance and ARCHEA museum, Ecouen is the place to be for history lovers.
a source of weel-being
Enghien is a Val D’oise masterpiece located right near the Montmorency Valley. Take advantage of your stay to stroll around the place and its surroundings and discover the Paris area national heritage.
Discover and enjoy a pleasant stopover in L’Isle-Adam, Balzac’s earthly paradise and one of the most beautiful villages in France. The museums, cultural events, and the river beach will contribute to the success of your stay.
- La Roche-Guyon
Located at an hour’s drive away from Paris, between Vétheuil and Giverny, the Château of La Roche-Guyonis silhouetted against the banks of the Seine on the top of a hill. Leaned against the chalk cliff since the Middle Ages, this old fortress has been transformed over the centuries, matching architectural styles with elegance.
- Oise - Pays de France Regional Nature Park
Oise – Pays de France Regional Nature Park
Created in 2004, the Oise-Pays de France Regional Nature park spreads across the two departments of Oise and Val d’Oise over 60,000 hectares and gathers 59 towns. It also links two historical territories: The Pays de France and the Valois.
- Vexin Français Regional Nature Park
Vexin français Regional Nature Park
Created in 1995, the Vexin Français Regional Nature Park spreads across two departments: the Val d’Oise and Yvelines over 71,000 hectares and gathers 99 towns.
As an entity endowed with natural character, Vexin Français offers astonishing landscapes and environments (limestone hills, marshes, and woods) in the Ile-de-France region.
- Retour à l'accueil
- The Val d'oise
- The must-see places
- A preserved nature
- From parks to gardens
- Along the river
- In the artists’ trail
- A land of cinema
- A land of festivals
- Roissy CDG Airport