Swimming pools and water sports centres are open all year long for the pleasure of everyone. Alone or with the family you can enjoy the benefits of swimming, sport or leisure, or attend swimming classes, aqua- aerobics classes...
Gagny Swimming pool
You want to swim a few laps to relax or simply have fun with family and friends? Browse below to find all information and addresses of swimming pools and sports centers in Seine-Saint-Denis! The latest fun pool has opened in Seine Saint Denis 93, the ecological swimming pool located in Montreuil.
The swimming pools are sometimes basic pools: a large pool for those who know how to swim and a smaller one for children to play in under the supervision of their parents. The necessary range of accessories; adaptable belts around the waists are available as are foam swimming boards, or a pool noodle, etc.
Some swimming pools are now known as "aquatic centers" or "nautical centers" with swimming accessories and more elaborated equipment such as water slides, pools where you can swim against the current in a swimming lane, whirlpool baths with hot water to relax and unmissable attractions just like when the pool is transformed into "waves pools" or water jets...
Some of the nautical centers are equipped with saunas and whirlpool baths for relaxation and water slides and diving platforms. Summer time is great for a family outing to one of the various municipal swimming pools or aquatic centres: games for children and adolescents under the watchful eye of the lifeguard.
Also read: Paris 2024 olympic swimming pool
Take yourself out onto the lawn especially laid out for those who want to tan, Enjoy the sun, go sunbathing in a swimsuit in your town. Swimming pools and nautical centres often have an outdoor open space (sort of " beach") that allow you to relax outdoors, to sunbathe, and sometimes to enjoy swimming outdoors in fine weather.
Three swimming pools are installed during summer at the Bassin de La Villette since 2017. It is one of the rarest open air swimming areas located in Northeastern Paris.
Some of the pools located in Seine-Saint-Denis are efficiently equipped to host sportive competitions.
Maurice Thorez stadium in Montreuil hosts sportive trials such as the Open de France - synchronized swimming competition. The Bassin de La Villette and Canal de l’Ourcq also host swimming races such as the Open Swim Stars and multisport competitions as the Garmin triathlon.
During the 2024 Olympic Games, some of the nautical centers will welcome athletes for trainings and Olympic competitions, yet a new center will be also built for the Olympics in Paris.
During summer 2018, Paris will host the 2024 Gay Games where some swimming trials will be hold in Northeastern Paris.
Swimming pools are often used by schools thus enabling children to learn how to swim and make them less afraid of water along with the help of a swimming coach. Private swimming lessons are often available for children and also for adults, aqua gym, scuba diving...
Security is optimum either for municipal swimming pools or aquatic centers, as it does not make much difference if it is a municipal swimming pool or aquatic center you will always find lifeguards and bath attendants on site.
Here is some useful information about what you can and cannot do in the swimming pool.
Please check out the rules and regulations which are displayed at the entrance of the swimming pool.
Notice: swimming pools are sometimes closed just before holidays for complete maintenance before the influx of visitors. Call before you go to know if the swimming pool is open!
Public swimming pools are generally 25 metres long and between10 m and 20 metres wide.
An Olympic swimming pool is 50 metres long and 25 metres wide (which is used for international competitions).