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Summer time in Paris Beach

As you know Paris  by demography located in the middle up of France surrounded by la seine river. Every year  during summer time Paris city council makes artificial beaches in front of canal or river for Parisian who miss or doesn’t have chance to go to the real beach like me. Paris Plage that’s how parisian called for Paris beach, open only during summer time caused before it was a main road all the way riverside transform to car free resorts for the local until in the middle of August.

Paris Plage
Paris Plage
Paris Plage

On The George Pompidou side is easier access for me to go caused located in the central of Paris. Very nice to stroll on the seine river side while having an ice cream and chill with your friends.

Paris Plage

There are 2 paris plages in Paris. On the George Pompidou side which is on la Seine river in central Paris (voie George Pompidou) about 3 km started from pont des art le louvre until pont de sully which is not too far from Hotel de Ville complete with roller blading rolling, ice cream seller, cafes, tai chi, dance stages and play ground for kids, wall climbing, water spray and shower, etc.

On Basin de Villete side (Paris 19 district), the beach started from Rotonde de ledoux (jaurés metro station) to the former le magasine de généroux (rue de crimé) completely with water sport activities such rowing boats, kayaks, pedal boats, pingpongs, etc along side with cafe and restaurants.

Paris Plage
Paris Plage

In front of Hotel de Ville (Paris City Hall) also there are many summer sport activities. Volley beach, rugby beach et basket ball.

HOTEL DE VILLE PARIS
HOTEL DE VILLE PARIS
HOTEL DE VILLE PARIS
HOTEL DE VILLE PARIS

Enjoy the Parisian beach and Bonne Vacances!

Access to Paris Plages:

Open on 19 july – 17 August 2014 .

Voies Georges Pompidou.
Métro Stations: Louvre-Rivoli (M1), pont-neuf (M7), châtelet (M1, M4, M7, M11, M14), Hotel de Ville (M1, M11), Saint Paul (M1), Pont Marie et Sully-Morland (M7).
Rer: Station Chatelet-les-halles (RER A, B, D).
Bicycle Station: in front of tunnel Tuileries, place de l’hotel de Ville and behind of hotel de ville, rue lobau.
Bassin de Villette
Métro Stations: Jaurès (M2, M5, M7), crimée (M7), laumière (M5).
Bus: no 54 and 48
Bicycle (vélib): in front of la maison des canaux. 

Isna Darmuis-Menneveux

Always lost in Paris. A fashion observer, food explorer, an Indonesian woman lives in Paris who loves to discover new things and frame it to her camera.