Chantilly Castle

The Castle of Chantilly is one of the jewels in the crown of France’s cultural heritage. The domaine of Chantilly extends across 7,800 hectares within one of the largest forests in the surrounding areas of Paris, the Trois Forêts (Chantilly, Halatte and Ermenonville).

The castle’s art gallery, the Condé Museum, houses one of the finest collections of paintings in France (after the Louvre) It specializes in French paintings and book illuminations of the 15th and 16th centuries.

The chateau houses the Condé Museum, whose collection of paintings made up the first museum of old paintings (before 1850) in France, after the Louvre, as well as the library and archives which hold rich collections of work and written documents gathered throughout the centuries by the Lords of Chantilly.

The park is a unique testimony to the history of gardens in the West. Conventional perspectives of the Grand Canal, its waterfall, and French flowerbeds created by André Le Nôtre; and the Anglo-Chinese garden, the Hameau, with its five houses built for the Prince of Condé in 1775, as well as the romantic curved design of the English gardens.

Airports transferts

HELIFIRST proposes you its services for all the transfers since Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport and Bourget Airport at departure or on arrival, to facilitate your travels.
Example of timing:

  • Heliport of Paris à Roissy Charles De Gaulle Airport: 20min
  • Heliport of Paris àBourget Airport: 15 min

Château de Vaux le Vicomte

A 17th century masterpiece, Vaux-le-Vicomte was the backdrop to many major historical events and witnessed the tragic eviction of its creator, Nicolas Fouquet, following an extraordinary trial.

Majestically laid out along a four kilometer axis, the château of Vaux-le-Vicomte surges from a series of planes like a theatre set.

The gardens can be spotted on either side, arranged in vast terraces that follow the natural slope of the land.

The great axis dominates every aspect of this composition, cleverly balanced at times to mask asymmetries.  It creates a sense of transparency, passing through the château’s entrance hall and Grand Salon, so that the statue of “Hercules at Rest,” can be glimpsed two kilometers further south.

Château de Augerville

Discover the Château Golf & SPA Augerville, its charm and friendliness set on a beautiful park of 100 acres only 30 minutes of flight from Paris.

This countryside property greats you for any opportunity: rendez-vous on the magnificient golf course in the middle of a beautiful protected nature and the amazing SPA Area.

Gourmands will appreciate friendliness moments in one of the two restaurants Jacques Cœur and L’Atelier, discovering a traditional local cuisine.

Visit the chocolate factory « Les Douceurs d’Augerville » to taste the delicacies created by the artisan chocolatier “Hervé Boudot”.

Château de Fontainebleau

With over 1500 rooms at the heart of 130 acres of parkland and gardens, Fontainebleau is the only royal and imperial château to have been continuously inhabited for seven centuries.

For your prestigious events, the castle suggests you organizing visits, parties, receptions, cocktails, dinners or symposium in exceptional rooms. The room of Columns, the gallery of Deers or still the lounge of Flowers welcome between 19 and 250 seated people. The landing by helicopter on the flowerbed of the Castle draw by André Le Nôtre – is considered the biggest flowerbed in Europe – offer a unique view of the Kings residence.

Château de Versailles

The history of the Palace of Versailles starts at the 17th century. It was first a hunting lodge, then a seat of power, and finally, from the 19th century onwards, a museum. Composed of the Palace, the gardens, the Park, the Trianon estate and several buildings in town, today the Estate of Versailles spread over more than 800 hectares.

You will land to Saint Cyr l’Ecole Airfield, which is 10 minutes by car from the Palace of Versailles.

UTAC Ceram Mortefontaine

Placed in the North of Paris at the heart of the Regional Natural reserve Oise Country of France, the circuit of speed of the Testing Center and Automobile Search for Mortefontaine is a private and independent circuit, not very well-known by the general public.
Born in 1956 thanks to Simca who made it his test center, the circuit owes its feature to Chrysler who built at the end of the sixties the 3 km ring with its banked corner in 43°.
Completely renovated in 2015, the circuit of Mortefontaine, its asphalts and cross-country racing tracks but also its race track and its 77 000m2 area of evolution offer high-level and unique services in France.

Le château de Ferrières

The Castle of Ferrières, was a historically domain of hunting and place of the grandest festivities of the family of Rothschild, welcomes you at the heart of Marne-la-Vallée.

Built in the XIXth century under an Italian and English inspiration, the Castle of Ferrières is one of jewels of our heritage.

A charming Park of 135 hectares, furthermore of 1000m ² of elegantly renovated reception rooms and two restaurants, the Excellence and the French-style knowledge are put in it in the honor.
The Head Chef Patrick Juhel, Best Ouvrier de France, selects quality products to make you live an unforgettable experience to the gourmet restaurant The Baron or to the gourmet « Bistrot » Le Chai.

Vaux de Cernay Abbey

Vaux de Cernay Abbey, located in the Chevreuse valley in the Rambouillet state-owned forest, is an enchanted place and the perfect spot to recharge your batteries. Vaux de Cernay abbey’s extraordinary architecture emerges from where power and mystery preside.
Thus, it has been reborn and brought back to life: a cellar transformed into a music lounge and a gothic lounge with its enormous chimneys, a former lay brother refectory into a restaurant and re-baptised ‘the prayer table’, a surprising monastic room with two spanning ridge beams and sandstone capitol columns.
We are surrounded by more than eight centuries of history. The former cloister, reading gallery, mill and chapter house have found their existential callings. The Cistercians created these magical places blessed by God and protected by the Kings of France we needed to revive them. St Louis and Margaret of Provence drank miracle water from the St Thibault fountain and it made this Queen of France fertile. The spring is still in the nearby woods and soothes the thirst of our guests.
In turn, we pass on the estate’s timeless message and drink from the spring of this ‘new Theleme Abbey’.