France/ These Seine-et-Marne towns offer their residents free entry to the Jablines leisure park

Published on 29/05/2024 | La rédaction


Residents of the Plaines et Monts de France community of communes have a new advantage: free admission to the Jablines-Annet leisure park.

The Communauté de communes Plaines et Monts de France has just signed an agreement offering a benefit that will certainly be appreciated by residents, especially when the fine weather finally arrives.

From now on, residents of the twenty communes of the intercommunality can apply for a card giving them free access to the Ile de loisirs de Jablines-Annet.

Free access from May to September

The privilege pass gives free access to the Ile de loisirs from May to September, as access to the base is free the rest of the year.

To obtain the privilege pass, residents must apply to the Ile de loisirs, indicating their full name, date of birth, a passport photo, proof of address less than 3 months old, and a copy of the family record book for children.

Children under 3 years of age are admitted free of charge, but proof of identity may be required on entry.

Once the application has been reviewed and all documents have been validated, residents will receive a QRCode to present at the entrance to the leisure park.


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