Stade Nautique d'Antibes

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Stade Nautique d'Antibes
Address
210, Avenue Jules Grec, La Pagne
Antibes, Alpes Maritimes 06600
FRANCE
Telephone
04 92 90 68 10

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Drop-in/Casual
Residents of Antibes €3.50. Residents of CASA €5.00. Non-residents €6.00. [May, 2018]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 20m, 8 lanes, 2m depth, outdoors, heated, 27ºC (81ºF)
Pool 2
25m x 21m, 8 lanes, indoors, 28ºC (82ºF)
Pool 3
23m x 17m, 6 lanes, outdoors, heated, 27ºC (81ºF)
Pool 4
20m x 8m, indoors, 28ºC (82ºF)

Location

Location
Within walking distance of the Port Vauban, Old Antibes, and the train station.
County/Region
Alpes Maritimes
GPS
43.589667, 7.118690

Teams That Use This Facility

Masters Swim
Cercle des Nageurs d'Antibes - Masters
See the Youth Swim Team website, linked to its name, below, for information
Youth Swim
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Water Polo
Cercle des Nageurs d'Antibes - Water Polo
See the Youth Swim Team website for information
Synchro Swim
Cercle des Nageurs d'Antibes - Natation Synchronisee
See the Youth Swim Team website for information.

Facility Notes

The 50m and 23m, outdoor pools have limited open hours during winter.

Facility Reviews

A very nice aquatic center - complete with flags, pace clocks, etc. I would recommend this pool to anyone for a serious swim or just a quick dip.
One of the best lap swimming experiences you can find. 50m outdoor pool, lane lines,swimmers that know how to circle, friendly Masters, and you can see the Med from the pool deck.
The 25m, indoor pool is busy and swimmers rate 7 on a scale of 10 for lap swim etiquette, but the lanes are not speed designated, so it's a bit squished.
There is a calendar online for lap swim hours; click on the "website" page, above and look for the Horaires d'ouverture and Ouvertures exceptionnelles on its website.
The facility has an odd but workable locker system with electronic keys, so no lock is needed. The showers are good.
All around, it's a decent swim, but it's better to go to Centre Aquatique Grand Bleu in Cannes.
[May, 2015]
I swam in the older, but still beautiful, 50 metre, outdoor pool on July 14, 2015. I expected Bastille Day holiday crowds, but still had fewer than three people to a lane. Circle swimming is the norm and at least six lanes were set up with lane ropes and clocks. Nice, cool water.
Where else can you look out over the Mediterranean Sea as you dry?
[July, 2015]