Things to do in Île-de-France
Camping near Parc Astérix
Only 50 minutes from the campground, near Paris, find the craziest of theme parks.
Discover the Roman Empire and the famous Gaulish village that still resists the invader.
Follow the adventures of Asterix, Obelix and Dogmatix through its 42 attractions: SOS Edifis, the Hooray Trail, Lavomatix, the Galley…
For a day filled with emotion, for young and old, go to Parc Asterix!
The best attractions of the Asterix park
Start the day gently in the Carrousel of Caesar and the Asterix Adventure of the Asterix park.
Then for a little more thrill, head to Pegasus Express and the Flight of Icarus
After having eaten a good boar at the Relais Gaulois, go relax in the aquatic attractions such as the Oxygenarium and the River of Elis.
For thrill seekers, don’t miss the Thunder of Zeus or Oziris!
End on a show and meet all the people of the Gaulish village.
Zoos and aquariums near camping Jablines
The aquarium sea life
Located in the Centre Val d’Europe, 20 minutes from the campsite, the Sea Life Aquarium offers a fascinating underwater journey for the whole family.
You will be taken through nine areas and made aware of the protection of the marine heritage.
During the visit, you will discover 50 tanks, nearly 350 species, among which you will discover 13 species of sharks, sea turtles, seahorses, rays, piranhas, tropical fish and many others!
Billet en vente à la réception.
The Parc des Félins and Terre des Singes of Lumigny
In total, there are more than 600 animals to discover in vast enclosures, or as close as possible to them, in immersion on their territories. Siberian tiger, Barbary macaques, Goeldi’s tamarin, blue macaw…
Lumigny Zoological Parks is also an educational team (meeting points and information), fun (a 20-minute train tour, a 4D attraction), but also complementary services (many food outlets, picnic areas).
Alone, with family or friends, come and spend a day in Lumigny!
Enjoy a fun and educational experience in the heart of the first immersive animal park dedicated to the treasures of South America in Île de France.
Parrot World can be visited like a nature reserve in which you can go in search of the emblematic animals of South America through two 100% immersive zones: Amazonia Trek and Patagonia Trek. Parrots, jaguars, giant otters, Humboldt penguins and more than a hundred colorful birds live in areas close to their natural habitat.
Find Parrot World at 22 km from the International de Jablines campsite.
Visit the castles near Paris from camping Jablines
The visit of the Palace of Versailles
Classified since 1979 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, come and visit the Château de Versailles, one of the most beautiful achievements of 17th century French art.
Until the French Revolution, kings like Louis XIV succeeded each other, embellishing the castle in turn.
Today, it has 2,300 rooms and more than 800 hectares of gardens, each more incredible than the last.
Discover the Hall of Mirrors, the Trianon Estate, the Grand Apartments, the Orangery…
The Castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte
With family or friends, during the day or in the evening, a visit to the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte will delight young and old.
Built for the superintendent of finances of Louis XVI, Nicolas Fouquet, the Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte opened its doors in 1661. He was the model whose majesty and balance would inspire the Palace of Versailles and the whole of Europe for centuries.
Its proximity to the campsite, its events, its exhibitions, its immersive sound tour, its 360° visit will allow you to spend a wonderful day discovering the history of France.
Reservations are required. Please get your tickets in advance on their website.
Camping Jabline accommodates you for your castle visits
Find many castles not far from Camping International de Jablines and learn the history of the castles of France.
The Chateau of Versailles, Vaux-le-Vicomte, Fontainebleau, Vincennes, Champs-sur-Marne, Chantilly… All are located between 40 and 70 km from the campsite.
So don’t wait and book your tickets!
Medieval city of Provins
The medieval city of Provins is a Unesco World Heritage Site
In the Middle Ages, Provins was an important place for international trade thanks to the famous Champagne fairs.
Here, merchants of all kinds, drapers, parchment makers, butchers, tanners, cutlers, rush to sell their products and come from all over Europe. They flock there to exchange products of all kinds: wool, sheets, wines, furs, dyes…
This rich history has bequeathed an exceptional architectural heritage that has made Provins a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2002.
The visit of the city and the shows to do
Start your visit by passing by the imposing 25 meter high ramparts, the fortified gates and the Caesar Tower, which has become the symbol of the city.
Then move on to the old covered market of La Grange aux Dîmes then the Souterrains and finish for the garden lovers by La Roseraie.
Stroll through the winding cobbled streets and admire the many shows featuring eagles, knights and other troubadours.
You can buy the Pass Provins at 12 euros directly on the tourist office of the city.