Summertime and the swimming is easy

We continue our series of what to do with your children once lockdown restrictions are eased.

Set right beside the harbour, the Rainier III Outdoor Swimming Stadium (or Stade Nautique) has been open again since 15 June. It doubles as an ice-skating rink during the winter and a swimming pool during the summer, so whatever the season, it’s one of the coolest attractions in Monaco for visitors of all ages.

The Olympic size pool is filled with treated, filtered and heated salt water which at 26 degrees is optimal for swimming. There are diving platforms ranging in height from one to ten metres, along with a 45-metre slide for children. There is also an attractive flume for the little ones who have not begun swimming yet.

Best of all, the fact that it’s run by the municipality ensures that the prices are quite reasonable and certainly not exorbitant considering you are in Monaco!

Images © Mairie de Monaco

Opening times

9am to 6pm all week including weekends

phone: +377 93 30 64 83


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Entrance fees – can change without notice – prices correct for June 2020

Morning only (9:00 to 11:30)
Single ticket: €3.30(reduced €2.60)
Card of 10: €26.40 (reduced €20.80)

Afternoon only (from 13:00)
Single ticket: €4.40 (reduced €3.30)
Card of 10: € 35.20 (reduced €26.40)

Evening only (from 16.30)
Single ticket: € 2.70

All-day rates:
Single ticket: €6.20 (reduced €4.40)
Card of 10: € 49.60 (reduced €35.20)
Entry + deckchair + parasol €16
Card of 10: € 128

Quai Albert 1er
98000 Monaco