Jean Bunoz Nautical Stadium & Antibes Tennis Club
Commune d'Antibes-Juan-les-PinsAntibes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur Altitude : 10m
Tennis Wheelchair tennis Swimming Para swimming
The center includes the Jean Bunoz nautical center and the Jules Grec tennis courts. The site is easily accessible by public transportation, as it is located near the footbridge connecting the town's buses and the SNCF train station. It lies on a major avenue in Antibes, avenue Jules Grec, and is 5 minutes from the shopping center near the motorway exit. The center has free car parks nearby. The Anthéa–Antipolis Théâtre d'Antibes cultural space, offering a program of varied shows, is an integral part of this center since it is located between the nautical stadium and the tennis courts. From the nautical stadium, there is also a magnificent view of the sea. These facilities welcome many users throughout the year, notably the Cercle des Nageurs d'Antibes (swimming, synchronized swimming, and water polo), Antibes Triathlon, and Spondyle Club (fins swimming club). The pool has welcomed many champions such as the 2008 100m freestyle Olympic champion Alain Bernard or Franck Esposito, the 200m butterfly former world record holder and 1992 Olympic medalist. It is one of the most beautiful nautical stadiums in France. The Jules Grec tennis courts welcome the association of the "Tennis Club d'Antibes", a resident club all year round. The club has teams at the national and pre-national levels. It is also a training club for young talents and has a French U12 champion among its members. In both facilities, the complex features changing rooms and toilets. The entire center is compliant with the persons with reduced mobility (PRM) technical specifications.
The reception capacity is very strong. The equipment is of unparalleled quality. There are a large number of pools and courts.
Access is facilitated by the immediate proximity to the interchange station, a 1-minute walk away.
In addition, there is a magnificent view of the Baie des anges and the mountain.
Alain Bernard trained in this swimming pool, in which the world record was set in 2002 by Franck Esposito.
Meeting room Internet access Ice bath Equipment available for private use Secure storage area Infirmery Floodlit facilities International airport nearby Hospital nearby Relaxation room Physiotherapy room Weights room Film screening room Sauna On-site accomodation