Located at the very entry of the “Ile de Loisirs” and its ponds, Mona’s Domaine gives you the opportunity to access by foot a wide natural space and 25 hectares of bodies of water allowing you to try a wide array of nautical sports such as rafting, kayaking, sailing, pedal boating, etc.
The Val de L’Oise has more than a hundred castles, stronghold houses, castle mounds. Some icons of the area are: the Château d’Ecouen – national museum of the Renaissance, the Abbaye de Royaumont – old cistercian monastery founded by Saint Louis, the Château de la Roche Guyon (35kms) or even the Château d’Epinay-Champlâtreux. The closeness with the Yvelines department allows easy access to visiting the castles of Saint-Germain-en Laye, Maison Laffite, Rueil Malmaison and the sumptuous Château de Versailles.In the Oise department: Château de Chantilly and the Horse museum (45kms from CERGY).
L’or Q’idée – Naöelle d’Hainaut ‘s gastronomic restaurant in PONTOISE obtained one star in 2019.
A little bit further: Le Chiquito – In MERY SUR OISE (14 kms, 20 minutes by car), 1 star in the MICHELIN GUIDE. Alain Mihura presents you with some traditional french meals, high-end, in an elegant atmosphere with ancient elements.
Le Wauthier by Cagna in SAINT-GERMAIN-EN LAYE
Simpler but good and convivial
Le Bistrot du Théâtre in Jouy le Moutier, owns a small theatre from the 19th century you can visit if the occasion presents itself.
Le relais des peintres in Auvers sur Oise
Le Chameau in Neuville sur Oise: delicious couscous and tajines (“La fille du Couscous”)