Naturalswimming

Opening hours / Tariffs

Opening hours:

Please note smoking is strictly forbidden throughout the site.
The site is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Open from 11am until 7pm:

 

Tariffs

Adults Day pass – weekend bank holiday 6,10 €
(15 y.o and over) Weekday 5,60 €
Entrance after 4pm weekday or weekend 5,10 €
10 entrances 48,90 €
Nominative monthly pass 61,20 €
Nominative season pass 122,30 €
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Children J Day pass – weekend and bank holiday 4,60 €
(3 to 15 y.o
Weekday 4,10 €
and concessions)* Entrance after 4pm weekday or weekend 3,60 €
10 entrances 36,70 €
Nominative monthly pass 45,90 €
Nominative season pass 91,70 €
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 Children under 3 Free 0 €
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 Groups ** Family pass (4 pers / max 2 adults) 19,40 €
School (per person) 3,10 €
Day-care centres / holiday camps (per pers.) 3,10 €
Associations – Réservation 1 ligne d’eau 1h 10,20 €
Associations – Booking of one swimming lane for 1h  
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Supervised activities 1 session 4,10 €
(Lessons Cours d’O, 5 sessions 16,30 €
Ecole de l’O, Reflets d’O) 10 sessions 32,60 €
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Children under 3 go free!

*Concessions are offered (with documentary evidence) to: large family card holders, people on income support and unemployment benefit, guides for the blinds, differently abled people and their carers.

**Groups access conditions:

Maximum attendance capacity: 1 500 people

Beaune Côté Plage is a natural swimming pond.
You are enjoying naturally filtered water with no chemical treatment and free from chlorine.

Because of their specificity (compliance with filtering capacities), all natural swimming ponds must comply with daily maximum attendance. Once the maximum capacity is reached, no new swimmer can be accepted.

The capacity of Beaune Côté Plage is set at a maximum of 1,500 swimmers per day.
Beyond this limit, no more clients can be accepted, for reasons of health, safety and surveillance of the ponds.

It is also to meet water quality criteria that swimming shorts are not allowed; only swimming trunks (speedo style) are allowed, and that it is mandatory to have a soapy shower before entering the ponds.

By complying with these health and safety rules, you are helping us preserve the water quality of our ponds.

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