Top 10 Pools In France That You Must Check Out

France is a beautiful country that invites tourists from all over the world. With each passing day, the percentage of visitors coming to the country is only increasing. Such is the charm of the natural beauty of France. If you are a lover of art and architecture, then the country has a lot of offer. But the inflow of tourists falls during the months of June and July. It is the time that the French also hate. During the month of July, the country experiences its hottest days. The average temperature remains over the 68°F mark. As the sun starts shooting its hot rays, the people find some solace in the many popular pools, which are dotted all over the country. For now, we will concentrate on the top swimming pools in the city of Paris.

  1. Josephine Baker Pool

A favorite hangout for the affluent society of Paris, the Josephine Baker Pool is also a tourist attraction. It has its own share of fame. While most other swimming pools are located on land, this pool has the unique characteristic of floating on water. You can stand at the edge of the railing and enjoy the surrounding water body. If you want to get a gorgeous tan, then this is not the place for you. The pool premise is not that big and does not provide the required space. It is located at the Port de la Gare in Quai François Mauriac.

  1. Butte Aux Cailles

It is a pool that has been attracting the attention of commoners and tourists alike. It is also considered as a historical monument. It is an indoor pool and has a futuristic makeup. Its architectural nature makes the pool stand out among the others. People from all over the city come here to take a swim.

  1. Piscine Keller

Another indoor pool that will provide you the pleasure of taking a dip in the blue waters during a hot day is this one. If you have the desire to swim in a pool that is fashioned to look like the pools of Olympic Games, then this is the right place for you. This pool is most popular among those who like to swim in a professional manner.

  1. Molitor Swimming Pool

If you want to be a part of the long forgotten history of the city, then taking a dip into the swimming pool of the Molitor Hotel is the best way to relive the past. The pool used to be the focus of the fashion world as all swimsuit fashion shows were conducted here. But then, the pool was closed down, only to reopen again after many years. Those who want to take a dip in the amazing pool will have to reserve a room in the gorgeous hotel.

  1. Royal Monceau

Do you desire to spend a luxurious time in the city of Paris? If the answer is yes, then check out the swimming pool in the Royal Monceau. The pool is rightly positioned among the top ten pools in the area. The futuristic design and the affluent surrounding will give you a feeling of being a part of the Parisian elite. There is a spa by the pool, and there are no rules of reservation.

  1. Fouquet’s

Another state of the art swimming pool is located on Avenue George V. the Fouquet’s is well-known for the setting and the services available. The pool is surrounded by wooden panels, and these give the entire area a rustic look. The pool has a pillar, rising from the middle of it. It is a place for relaxing and then enjoying a spa session.

  1. Neuilly

If you want to have a fun time with your friends, splashing about in the water, then nothing can be a better option than visiting a water park. The water park at Neuilly is open for all and has a reputation of having a good swimming pool. There are various kinds of water rides which can be enjoyed. If you are ready to pay the entry fee, then you are in for a lifetime experience.

  1. Piscine Pontoise

Another public swimming pool that has been in operation for a long time is the Piscine Pontoise. The pool does not have much elegance or rich setting to boast of, but the size of the actual swimming pool is of mammoth proportions. The pool is often used by tourists to cool off after a long and exhausting day of sightseeing.

  1. Jardin D’acclimatation

Another popular destination for kids, families, and friends is the Jardin D’acclimatation. Reaching the place is easy. All you need to do is ask the cab driver to take you to the Louis Vuitton Foundation, and you will reach the buzzing fun water park. There is something for everyone. Kids can play in the small baths while the grown-ups can enjoy the water jets and other rides. If you are looking for a relaxing swim, then it is better to opt out of this fun water park.

  1. Aquaboulevard

Last but definitely not the least; is the Aquaboulevard. It is undoubtedly the biggest water park in the city of Paris. The park has been strategically located near the entrance of the city, in the southwestern part. Want to spend some quality time with your family? Aquaboulevard is the place to come to. With innumerable water rides, access to big and small pools, waves, and others, it has a lot to offer.

So, it is time that you plan your trip accordingly and select the pools that you would like to swim in when you land. 

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