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Le Village des Automates

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Le Village des Automates

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Chemin de la Diligence, 13760 Saint-Cannat France
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Polo & horseriding in Provence by WAWU
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Polo & horseriding in Provence by WAWU

This package is designed for POLO lovers from Novice players who wish to learn about the bases of POLO to the experienced players. Set in the heart of an exceptional site, the Polo club located near Aix - en - Provence is greeting our groups everyday for lessons, rules &amp; theory sessions and CHUKKERS, coached by professional polo players. <br><br>We can select a lower hotel category to offer lower rates.
US$6,651.39 per adult
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Izabel d wrote a review Jul 2019
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We visited the park on a nice weekday afternoon in July. The park is clearly dedigned for small children or young teens. There are actually two parks next to each other: Montopoto and Village des Automates. We only bought tickets for the second one. The tickets are very expensive for what is available: less than 3 years old and above 60 years old enter for free, 3-15 years old pay 9.50€, 15-60 years old pay 11€. Considering there is nothing to do for adults, I find that spending 22€ (2 parents) only to accompany a young child is a lot to pay. Many displays look tired and in desperate need for maintenance. Nevertheless, younger kids like to visit the farm and get close to the animals. The staff is not very friendly and customer service is something that they clearly have not fully mastered yet. In order for me to recommend this place it would really have to be kept tighter, and considering the high entry fee, everything should be working as expected. We came once and left disappointed.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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SKIClub wrote a review Jul 2017
Geneva, Switzerland300 contributions127 helpful votes
We took our 4 grandchildren- ages 3, 4, 5 and 8 to the Village des Automates and, while the space is well set out and there are some potentially interesting attractions, the very poor state of maintenance of the cars on rails, pedal cars, "flying foxes", made the rides very difficult for youngsters to manage. The cars had not seen a trace of oil or grease for seasons, making the wheels difficult to pedal and the steering very heavy. The bases of the flying foxes were torn and abraded and very unhygienic. The maze was interesting and well conceived, and the climbing frame and basket on the wire were nice. There are some shady spots to picnic although the wooden tables and benches were rough and potentially splintery. Obviously operating on a shoestring, (the train on a windy track was not working), however the village will continue to fail to attract families unless the installations receive some much needed TLC.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Thebhoytroy wrote a review Jul 2017
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We ended up spending 5 hours here and had to drag our 2 kids home. Plenty to keep a 2 and 6 year old entertained for the day and the tree cover means the place is well shaded. BRing a picnic as loads of places to eat. Reasonable value for money.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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loulou h wrote a review Jun 2017
Beirut, Lebanon228 contributions48 helpful votes
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Very affordable. We bought the combined total with montopoto. Our girls 2.5yr olds enjoyed a lot. We were afraid it would not have much attractions for their age, in fact we cudnt let them leave after more than 6hrs. They loved the shows the music and songs. The colors, the diversity of subjects (ants, bees,santa clause, Pinocchio, panda, Mexico, dinosaurs, circus...). The activities they could do like climbing and following paths... The farm. The train. While we found the indoor part was more for older kids, we could make the helicopter and trampoline and a small game. We are happy we did not skip. Recommended
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Longdistancelizzie wrote a review Oct 2016
Ipswich, United Kingdom20 contributions8 helpful votes
We live nearby so go here pretty often. My children are aged 3 and 5 and they think it is great. There are loads of different attractions for the children to play on, lots of buttons to press, songs to hear etc. It is a great place to spend a day and to keep the children happy.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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