Paris Plages: July - August
Paris Plages: All year

From late July to late August, the River Seine is transformed into a festive ‘faux’ beach, called 'Paris Plages.' The paths are lined with buckets of sand, blue umbrellas, and beach chairs.

From late July to late August, the River Seine is transformed into a festive ‘faux’ beach, called 'Paris Plages.' The paths are lined with buckets of sand, blue umbrellas, and beach chairs.

Bask in the sun by the River Seine on a relaxing afternoon with a Nutella-filled crêpe in hand. Parisians and tourists don their swimsuits on hot days and soak up the sun. Although there is a small pool, Paris Plages does not permit swimming in the Seine. Come during the later hours for less intense sun and crowds. Entry is free with frequent entertainment. There are free concerts linked to the Paris Plages, a wide variety of sports to participate in and activities for children, making them perfect summer spots for families. Beach food is affordable, from hot dogs to ice cream and drinks so you can spend a relaxing day at the beach, Parisian style.

Originally located on the Voie Georges Pompidou, sunbeams and towels now extend throughout the Parc Rives de Seine. From the Pont de Solferino to Pont Alexandre III on the left bank, and from Pont de Sully to Pont Neuf on the right bank, the Parc Rives de Seine offers exceptional views of the historic monuments of Paris such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay. 

Paris Plages

Parc Rives de Seine

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Every day, 24 hours

Paris Plages: July - August
Paris Plages: July - August
Paris Plages: July - August
Paris Plages: July - August
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