It is still possible to get away from the crowds of central Paris, especially thanks to the very extensive transport network, and discover the rural landscapes of Ile-de-France. The majority of suburbs close to Paris offer a vast choice of facilities for conferences and symposia, often sited in a pleasant natural setting. Companies can also put on more dynamic events and seminars in the region. Indeed, Ile-de-France offers all kinds of sporting activities, whether traditional or the latest thing, from golf to go-karts or from horse trekking to rides in a hot-air balloon. The region's châteaux at Versailles or Fontainebleau for example, symbols of its royal past and its refinement, are certain to bring splendour and distinction to receptions or parties.
(http://uk.franceguide.com/What-to-do/Golf-in-France/French-Golfing-Federation/?f_ligue=10Ile de France)All Golf courses in Paris Ile-de-France on the [Golf Guide of the French Golf Federation](http://uk.franceguide.com/What-to-do/Golf-in-France/French-Golfing-Federation/?f_ligue=10Ile de France)