Paintball, airsoft and adventure in and around a Medieval Castle.
Visit our cowboy town and 12 paintball fields, airsoft, paintball and laser paintball junior.
Or climb our adventure course in the trees around the castle of Agimont. But also Airsoft, paintball laser in the rest of our 100ha Ardennes Forest.
Agimont Adventure are actually 2 adventure parcs:
The Castle and The Citadel
Charlemont Citadel Givet from Easter 2016, You can visit this historical monument, built by Charles Quint.
Takes part in various sports activities: Paintball, High Adventure, Low Adventure, Zorb, Lasertag, Airsoft, laser paintball, junior paintball , obstacle course, etc.
Givet Adventure is already the largest organizer in paintball, airsoft, adventure events in the Benelux. Unique in the world. You can play paintball in an abandoned village of 200 years old, or play airsoft in a 800 meters long tunnel complex built by Napoleon, or do a 150 m long deathride perch on a 45m high wall built by Charles Quint.
The Citadel is one of the best views on Givet, Agimont, Meuse and its surroundings.
The Castle is the places of excellence for nearly 20 years for all your paintball, airsoft activity. As in a video game you can choose 12 different map.
Open all year on reservation (min 10 pers).
Group - 10 registrations and departure at 13h every day of the weekend and school holidays.
Price from € 15, reductions Online via the website.
Agimont was a feudal castle that was the center of the eponymous county. It is blue stones of Givet, the Loon family was long in the Lord and in the seventeenth century to the family Wanzoulle; it was bought in 1931 for Powerful family, Charleroi ironmasters and inhabited by the family of Paris tale that left him in 1939 and he remained unoccupied until 1951 before being transformed into a holiday center
The castle of Agimont is located on the borders of the Belgian Ardennes above Givet, in the village of Agimont. The castle is surrounded by 100 hectares, was offered to the Earl and Countess of Paris on the occasion of their marriage in 1931 by the duke and Prince Pierre Orléans-Braganza.
Comfortable built on top of a rocky outcrop, the castle of blue granite as the Countess of Paris described as "blue granite nest" has stunning views towards France.
The Countess of Paris liked to spend stays Agimont where the protocol was absent and was also his first real home since her marriage. The Earl and Countess lived in Brussels Anjou mansion but spent periods in Agimont. The Count of Paris joined all weekend his wife and children, arriving on the red Bugatti, another wedding gift.
The couple and their elders left Agimont in 1939, never to return. After the war, the castle was found in a very poor condition.