Paris Croisette: July 6 to September 8
Rives de Seine and Bassin de la Villette: July 27 to September 8

ATTENTION: because of the Olympic Games, the banks of the Seine and the Bassin de la Villette will not be open for sunbathing until after the opening ceremony on July 27. La Croisette de Paris, the brand-new Paris Plage site on the Canal Saint-Martin, will be open from July 6.

This year, Paris Plages celebrates its 22nd edition! Paris Plages is deckchairs and palm trees in the heart of the capital, along the Rives de Seine Park (from Port de Solférino to Pont Marie) with a variety of activities every day for children and adults alike... It's ideal when the weather is beautiful in Paris ! Paris Plages is an artificial beach in Paris, a true nautical base and swimming areas the Bassin de la Villette (Quai de la Seine, Quai de la Loire), Canal Saint-Martin and other locations with open-air and ephemeral pools.

The Parisian Croisette The new Paris Plage 2024 spot! For the first time, we'll be taking a dip on the Canal Saint-Martin (near Square Jacques Villemin). An ideal link between the two historic areas - opening July 6 -.

White sand, relaxation and sports on the banks of the Seine, at La Villette and now at the Canal Saint-Martin. Paris Plages is great when you ask yourself what to do in Paris this weekend and more it's free !

Paris Plage 2024 festivities

  • Concerts and free cultural and sporting activities for all: exhibitions, sports classes, toy library and giant games, outdoor library and children's activities.
  • More shaded, cooler areas: palm trees, mulberry trees, and new misting areas
  • Paris Plage welcomes you to the Parc des Rives de Seine (deckchairs, walks, picnics...) at La Villette and now to the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin for swimming.
  • Four swimming pools at La Villette

Paris Plage, on the banks of the Seine (right bank and left bank - Parc Rives de Seine)

  • Right bankParis Plage stretches from the Port de Solférino to the Pont Marie, with an exceptional view over the city. the Louvre where the Orsay Museum to the island Saint-Louis.
  • Dhundreds of deckchairs, parasols, palm trees and misters for a seaside atmosphere...
  • It is also playgrounds and relaxation areas canoeing and kayaking on the Seinepétanque, foosballChinese martial arts, Swedish gymnastics.....
  • For children from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. : giant games on the Georges Pompidou lane: Giant chessboards, Puissance 4, Mémory, Grand Domino, Jeu de la Grenouille...
  • Varied entertainment : with calisthenics, dance classes, pétanque and table soccer. for enthusiasts.
  • Stroll along the quays, enjoy the coolness of one of the many lawns, have a drink on a wooden terrace.
  • This year we'll be discover street art
  • Or relax with a book or comic borrowed on the spot
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Paris Plage at the Bassin de la Villette

  • The basin of Villette, is located quai de Loire (metro Jaurès, Stalingrad or Laumière)
  • The basin of La Villette transforms during the summer into real free nautical base, with swimming areas and water sports: canoeing, kayak polo, stand-up paddle, pedalos, pedal bikes, small boats (for the little ones)
  • Jeux-Zoïdes with the Cafézoïde A play area and workshops for children aged 0-18 and their families.
  • Every day from 1pm to 7pm with the Ludo Plages : activities and entertainment for ages 3-7 A real Nautilus-themed beach club (submarine, zip line, climbing, slide, etc.).
  • There's even a merry-go-round set up for children of 5 to 12 years
  • And a comic library with mangas, children's series...
  • Paris Beach at the Bassin de la Villette is 4 pools of over 1600m² in various depthsand 2 paddling pools (play pools) 0.4 m depth of 100 m² for accompanied children
  • There are cabins, showers and sanitary facilities with free access, as well as changing rooms, lockers, deckchairs and parasols.
  • Decent bathing attire is mandatory
  • The supervised bathing area is limited to 500 people per day, and its water is controlled.
  • For visitors in search of refreshmentsdon't panic refreshment stands and glaciers are on hand for everyone's enjoyment
  • Warning, children under 10 must be accompanied

In 2024, even more swimming with ephemeral pools!

Don't forget your bathing cap, it's compulsory in all bathing areas, even in the Seine!

  • In the 12th arrondissement - Baignade Léo Lagrange - 68 bd Poniatowski
  • In the 13th arrondissement - Swimming at the Georges Carpentier sports center 81 boulevard Masséna
  • In the 14th arrondissement- Baignade Jules Noël - Centre Sportif Jules Noël, 3 avenue Maurice d'Ocagne
  • In the 18th district - Baignade Poissonniers - Stade des Poissonniers 2 rue Jean Cocteau, Paris 18e - (To be checked according to training and competitions)
  • In the 20th arrondissement - la Baignade Louis Lumière - Gymnase Louis Lumière30 rue Louis Lumière

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