The Village in the summer

At the Village, there’s something for everyone! We offer more than 40 different activities, aimed primarily at kids aged two to eight. Whether they’re cautious or adventurous, children can discover new activities each year that suit their changing interests and personality, making each visit a unique experience.

As soon as they arrive at the Village, visitors are greeted by our friendly staff, who have been chosen for their warm smile, love of children and caring nature. At this time, children are given a name tag so that Santa and his team can call them by their name, which adds to the magic of the experience.

When you arrive at the Village, you and the other members of your group should agree on a meeting point in case one of you gets separated.

Adventure trails

The Village has over 20 stations where children can climb, pull themselves up, slide, squeeze through… in short, have fun and challenge themselves, while burning their excess energy!
The Village also offers a training centre for elves! Since all young kids dream to one day accompany Santa Claus and help him to distribute his gifts, they can prepare for the task at the Village by climbing a wall in the shape of a chimney and going up a giant staircase. An electromagnetic retaining device allows them to develop their skills in complete safety.

Farm animals

photos-activites-fermetteIn the Village, it is possible to get up close and personal with many farm animals: goats, sheep, miniature horses, ponies and pigs. Walking among the animals, the whole family can enjoy the surprising beauty of nature and its animal life.

Santa Claus’ home

Santa Claus welcomes the little ones to his residence where he receives their gift list. Learn about the ritual of the pacifier.

The Ritual of the pacifier

Twenty years ago, the Village gave birth to a unique custom, when Santa Claus decided one day to collect babies’ pacifiers in a large drawer of his summer residence.

If your child is on the point of giving up their pacifier and just needs a little encouragement, this could be the moment! Parents can prepare their children by explaining that if they give their pacifier to Santa Claus he will take real good care of it.

Suggestion: Discreetly, give Santa Claus a small gift that he will be able to give to your child in return for the gift of the pacifier. You’ll see: the magic never fails.