Swimming Pools

Our pools and pool activities are at the centre of campsite life.....

  • Leisure Pool, Swimming Pool and Paddling Pool

    The swimming pools at Camping du Quinquis are very much the centre of daily activity during the summer. We have 3 pools - a paddling pool, a large rectangular(ish) pool and a free form leisure pool. All 3 are heated.

    The leisure pool has a slide, a 9 seater bubble bath, an island with a waterfall and a shallow area just for very small people. 


    The larger pool is great for early morning swimming and pool games and the baby pool is a great place for toddlers to splash around.

    Surrounding the pools are over 100 sun longers (go on count 'em!) and we pride ourselves on making sure that the pools and pool areas are kept superbly clean and tidy throughout the season.

  • Swimming Pool Opening Times

    The pools open in time for Whitsun half term holiday and are open every day from 1000 to 2000 until mid September.

  • Moonlight Swim

    Our moonlight swims have become a traditional summer favourite at Camping du Quinquis. The pools are open for 10 hours every day but re-open them when it starts to get dark and WOW! everybody wants to jump back in.

    It is great fun swimming with just the pool lights on and messing around for 45 minutes in the pools after dark is very often followed up with a warming hot chocolate in the bar.

    The campsite owner has been know to turn up for these events in strange swimwear. You have been warned.

  • Poolside Gym Class
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    In summer, we have twice weekly poolside gym classes with Vincent - very cool guy and very good instructor. The emphasis is on core body strength rather than cardio (apparently).

    Classes cost 5€ a time and are an hour long.

    You can enjoy your coffee and fresh croissants guilt free after these sessions.

  • Swimming Galas

    In summer, we also have family swimming galas most Friday afternoons where the emphasis is not so much on swimming but playing silly games in the water.

    When was the last time you blew a cork across a swimming pool for a packet of Haribos?