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Half-term ideas from the Times

Great to see Puy du Fou included in the October half-term family activity holidays recommended by the Times.  A more affordable alternative to desert adventures and dolphin spotting holidays, this unique attraction in northern France is the ultimate family bonding experience and ideal for families with just a couple of days to spare. Read more here

Influencer trip to Puy du Fou

June activity included the organisation, in conjunction with BritMums, of an Influencer trip to Puy du Fou. Although all 7 of the Influencers involved feature travel and lifestyle on their blogs, none had ever been to the Park – and many hadn’t previously heard of it – so they were in for a surprise! Read more here

‘Thrilling and fun history’ at Puy du Fou

Vikings, gladiators and a thrilling birds of prey display are all part of the fun at Puy du Fou, France’s second most-visited theme park. To find out more, read Clive Andrews’ recent review in The Sun or watch a video of all the action.

Click here for the print version – Puy du Fou in the Sun.

New attractions for 2018 in the theme park world

Great to see client Puy du Fou included in The Sun newspaper’s summary of what’s new in the theme park world for 2018. Alongside its spectacular daytime shows, Puy du Fou features several immersive experiences including, new this year, Le Mystère de la Pérouse. The attraction has also added a new dining experience, Le Café de la Madelon, where visitors are both spectators and participants in a stunning show, packed with unexpected developments and surprises, in a restaurant reminiscent of the traditional Parisian cafés from the turn of the 20th century.

Read The Sun article here.

Gladiators and Vikings in France

Sand yachting, horse riding and canal-side cycling are just some of the activities flagged up in the Telegraph’s 10 Best French Adventures for 2018. Also included is the fabulous Puy du Fou theme park where periods of French history are recreated in spectacular shows and walk-through attractions. Read more here

Where to find the best holiday ideas

We’re back at the top of the calendar which means the travel press are in full flow and anyone who knows what’s good for them will be checking the weekend travel supplements over the next few weeks for the best holiday ideas for 2018.

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Heard the one about the theme park with no rides?

We’re delighted to have been taken on board by Puy du Fou, France’s second largest theme park. A 3-day recce in September was enough to convince us that this was something special – a theme park with spectacular shows but no rides, upmarket accommodation and, judging by the visitors, one that appeals to every generation. Read more here