Le Touquet Aqualud Water Park

Aqualud Water Park Le Touquet Outside River

Le Touquet Beach. Housed under a huge glass pyramid the Aqualud water leisure centre is a giant pool with waves, ‘rocky’ slides, jacuzzis, solarium etc. There is also an outdoor section open in summer with 3 more pools, flumes and rides. The Black Hole and the Twister are great where the brave are ejected from the serpent’s mouth at 70 kilometres per hour and finish in a spinning centrifuge. The kids will love Rock River and the delights of the water cannon for shooting people in the pool. If you would like to stay in Le Touquet then please check dates available and make a reservation.

The outdoor has a large terrace with sun beds and overlooks the sea. The all year-round water park is kept at a temperature of 27 degrees and is one of the great water parks in France. There is a cafe inside that serves chips, burgers and sandwiches to keep your energy up on what can be an exhausting day.  Day or half day tickets are available, kids under 1m tall go Free.

The park isn’t always open every day in low season, so please check their website www.aqualud.com for current opening times and prices.

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  1. Cleo
    Cleo 14th October 2017 at 7:02 pm .

    Aqualud is an essential stop every time we go to Le Touquet for my 8 and 14 year old. It’s not cheap but the children love it. The rule on shorts is enforced – basically all boys and men must wear tight fitting lycra swim shorts rather than loose fitting board type shorts. This is the rule throughout most of France – it is similarly enforced in the Le Touquet Novotel pool for example where hats are also compulsory (they are not at Aqualud). No picnicking, food or drink allowed inside the pool area for hygiene as much as anything. The restaurant is not great but the kids don’t want to sit down for long! There’s a wave machine, separate area for little kids, rapids and several flumes. They do half day tickets and annual passes as an alternative to the full day pass.

  2. GBH
    GBH 14th October 2017 at 7:14 pm .

    We are hoping to go there this Sunday from London.

    1. Is there parking
    2. Are you allowed to take in our own food.
    3. Is it suitable for a 17month baby

  3. Le Touquet Holidays
    Le Touquet Holidays 14th October 2017 at 7:15 pm .

    Yes there is plenty of paid parking right next to the Aqualud – the main beach car park on the promenade.
    Food: They don’t check, but you are not really supposed to take food in except for a few snacks etc. Don’t expect to sit in the cafe area and eat your own picnic!
    There is a fun splash and waterfall area that is great for babies.
    Have fun 🙂

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