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Dijon Métropole Olympic Swimming-pool

Commune de Dijon

Dijon, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Altitude : 248m
1 Aquatics centre

Centre disciplines

Swimming Artistic swimming Para swimming


High environmental quality aquatic centre in the east of Dijon, the capital of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region, on the outskirts of Quétigny. It has been opened since 3 May 2010 and has three pools (a 50-metre pool with 10 lanes, a 25-metre pool and a learner pool), a 20-metre diving pool, a sauna and steam room, and a fitness studio. It welcomes high-level athletes as well as the general public. Accessibility : 10 minutes from the town centre and five minutes from the vocational sports training centre (CREPS), it is accessible by soft modes of transport, e.g. cycle paths and the tram. The site is also accessible by car. Access support for people with reduced mobility from the car park through to the swimming pool with wheeled shower chairs, gently sloping foot baths, access ramps and pool hoists. Additional information :

Special features

Proximity to the Île-de-France region : 1h 35m TGV train daily, in the middle of rail and motorway networks, boasting highly effective support facilities, expertise and an excellent standard of living.

A region that’s leading the way in environmentally friendly lifestyles, and a finalist in the Green Capital Award, Dijon enjoys high air quality as it is the urban area with the lowest level of fine particulate pollution in France.

Flagship facility (1,650 m2 of water)

Water quality: ozone treatment and very small amounts of chlorine for optimal user comfort

Optimal accessibility for people with reduced mobility

10 minutes from the town centre, near to the CREPS and the Gilles Cometti Centre for Performance Expertise

Access by Divia bus and cycle paths

Access by car possible.

Accommodation: nearest hotel four minutes away

Known for

Training and competition site for Alliance Dijon Natation, one of the 20 best French swimming clubs which competes in N1B girls and N1A boys

Hosted the French 25 Metre Swimming Championships from 5 to 8 December 2013,

Hosted the French swimming team in 2013 for the final preparation stage ahead of the World Championships in Barcelona.

Hosted the French university team in August 2017 for a training camp ahead of the World Championships in Taipei.

Optional extras

Meeting room Internet access Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery Floodlit facilities Hospital nearby Relaxation room Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room Sauna Personal security service

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