In brief

Reopening of the Stade Nautique: what’s new?

The pool has a slide and several diving boards © Monaco Tribune

Time to fish out your swimsuits! The Stade Nautique Rainier III will be reopening from Monday, May 2, 2022. The leisure pool is back, but also activities such as aquabike, aquagym or swimming.

A few new features are being introduced.

The Stade Nautique will have a new ticketing system: a card in the customer’s name gives access to the pool and there is no re-entry once they leave. The card will also provide access to the Piscine Saint-Charles and will centralise bookings for swimming lessons.

Another new feature: the “hourly pass”. The pass will give you access to the complex for 10 or 30 hours, counted down by a computer system. Single tickets and 10-session cards will still be for sale. The 10-hour pass costs 20 euros for residents and 25 euros for visitors. The 30-hour pass is prices at 58 euros for residents and 72,50 euros for non-residents. The passes are also valid for use at the Saint-Charles swimming pool.

Apart from a designated area, the complex is now non-smoking.

The full list of prices and opening hours for the 2022 season can be found on the Town Hall website.