Harming golf courses
Just 30 minutes from Paris, on the Impressionist Route, the Golf d’Ableiges golf course is crossed by the small Viosne river and offers an enjoyable game of golf in a rustic setting.
Designed by Jean Garaïalde and Jérémy Pern between the plateau and the valley, the two courses offer some exciting challenges. The 9-hole“Vexin” course combines narrow greens and water features, enabling you to improve your game on a small course. The 18-hole “étangs” (ponds) course winds its way through 15 hectares of woodland. This is also home to deer, which you may occasionally spot between two putts. But you’ll need to stay focused, because this course includes numerous obstacles requiring great technical skill to circumvent them.
At the end of the course you’ll find the clubhouse and its restaurant proposing French specialities cooked with delicious fresh produce. The perfect place to end your day with a well-deserved culinary treat!
On the Impressionist Route
As you’re in a region famous for its Impressionist painters, take advantage of your visit to the Golf d’Ableiges to discover the historical town of Auvers-sur-Oise, where Vincent Van Gogh lived towards the end of his life and enjoy a stroll along the paths of the Vexin Français Regional Nature Park, not forgetting to sample local products such as honey and beer.