|Champs Les Sims|
|Champs Les Sims, France offers the cultural elite some of the finer things in life. Sims can learn the fine culinary art of nectar making, or flash over with a camera to learn the Photography Skill. This beautiful country town is sure to please the sense and invigorate the soul.|
|Name||Champs Les Sims|
|Game||The Sims 3: World Adventures|
Champs Les Sims was settled towards the end of the Medieval period and has a rich history and culture. The town is modeled on rustic small towns in France and features activities and items that reflect French traditions. It has brick buildings and yellowish pastures. It is an excellent grape-growing country, and has a strong sense of history about it. Sims can learn how to produce (non-alcoholic) nectar here. "Champs Les Sims" is French for "The Sims Fields," and is a reference to the Champs-Élysées, a famous vibrant avenue in Paris. Some people might also relate Champs Les Sims to the French city of Nîmes, famous for a Roman aqueduct. In Champs Les Sims, there is a viaduct with a train track running on it. Occasionally a train passes by from one tunnel to another. The train might be a reference to the Orient Express, and its model is reused from Sims 2 Free Time Desiderata Valley neighbourhood. Sims can explore landmark tombs and hidden tombs throughout this world, thereby undertaking adventures. There are numerous pre-made families in Champs Les Sims, although they all unfortunately lack description texts and money.
A trip to Champs Les Sims for one Sim costs 1900 simoleons (for three days). It is the most expensive vacation destination. While visiting Champs Les Sims, Sims stay at a base camp, unless they have a level three visa and have purchased a vacation home.
If a male Sim tries for a baby with a female Sim from another country while at home, the female Sim will immediately return home and the child will be in the child stage already.
- Sims kiss each other's cheeks to greet.
- Sims who live here all have the inheritable French Culture hidden trait.
- Players' Sims can make nectar.
- Museum-style tomb adventures.
- National dishes include bouillabaisse, crêpes and frog legs, new recipes for the cooking skill.
- Nectar racks to age nectar made with the Nectar Making skill.
- Nectar Making objects like the L'amour des Fruits Nectar Maker.
- Tomb survival items like the Shower-in-a-Can and dried food.
- Cheap cameras for developing the photography skill.
- Books that are exclusive to Champs Les Sims, including Nectar Making skill books.
- The Kenspa scooter.
- New fishing and collecting items to gather, like crawfish, frogs and snails.
- New harvestable plants: Avornalino Grapes, Cherimola Blan Grapes, Cranerlet Nuala Grapes, Gralladina Grapes, Meloire Grapes, and Renoit Grapes for Gardening (The Sims 3) skill.
Vacation home lots
- Forgotten Burial Mound (Celtic Ruins, Smuggler's Cavern, Maze of the High Ruler)
- Chateau du Landgraab
- Tuatha's Garden
- Nectary Cellar
- Tombs of Isael & Jean Necteaux
- Museum Catacombs
- Secret Garden Basement
- Eastern Hills Cemetery (Grave Plots)
All Sims among these families have the hidden French Culture trait. NPCs generated in Champs Les Sims do not have this trait, instead they have the hidden trait connected to their job (e.g. Pizza Appreciator for Pizza Delivery), and other Sims such as Explorers have no hidden traits at all. None of the Sims introduced in World Adventures have set Lifetime Wishes, these are all selected at random.
- Adelaide Boyer (Old Age)
- Gertrude Lescot (Drowning)
- Tim Doorson (Electrocution)
- Yvonne Garnier (Starvation)
- Pascal Marias (Fire)
- Champs Les Sims is one of the locations where postcards can be obtained from in The Sims 4.
- Champs Les Sims is the only one of the three holiday destinations to have a castle, whereas Egypt and China have a palace.
- Champs Les Sims has the most vacation home lots of all destinations.
- During certain loading screens, music from The Sims: Makin' Magic is played.
- The lampposts are based on some in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, west of Paris.