Le Touquet Aqualud Water Park
Boulevard Thierry Sabine, Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, +33 3 21 90 07 07
Housed under a huge glass pyramid on Le Touquet Beach. The Aqualud water centre has a giant pool with waves, ‘rocky’ slides, jacuzzis, solarium etc. The outdoor section, open in summer, has three, flumes and rides. For the brave try The Black Hole and the Twister where you 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.
We are pleased to be able to offer Discounted Tickets when booked directly through us.
The outdoor area 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 exausting day. Day or half day tickets are available, kids under 1m tall go Free.
Aqualud Opening Times 2019
Is there much to do here if you have young children aged 2 and 6?
Yes they have a great small pool with about 6 inches of water with slides and water jets. It kept our small ones happy
for hours. They also went down some of the chutes in the rubber boats with us and were quite happy. The rapids are great for all the family whatever age.
I’m planning a day trip to France in October or November with my four-year-old daughter. She’s quite a daredevil and loves water parks. The outside pool will be closed so will there be plenty for us to do indoors? Are there slides, flumes and so on indoors? Also, do they have many height restrictions? In the UK they’re obsessed with that.
Any help will be greatly appreciated?
There is plenty to do inside the Aqualud and half a day never seems to be quite enough for the children. There are slides, flumes, Jacuzzis, water canons and a wave machine in the main pool. The Aqualud also has a nice little children’s area, which is just like a kids playground but with 6 inches of water.
From memory the height restriction is 1.2m which gets a child in for free. The height restriction applies for children going on the flumes without supervision. However you can go down in a rubber boat for 2 on one of the flumes and also the rapids are great for children of all ages.
Hello i am planning a trip in july and i watched a video of the ride twister and got a bit confused about where you go after falling through the hole, if anyone could answer where you go and what happens it would be helpful?
Basically there is a big pool underneath where all the bad children go, never to be seen again – LOL
Seriously though there is a big pool about 1.5 m deep that you drop into and then swim out from underneath.
Hi Hoping to take a nine year old to Aqualud at the end of Feb. I don’t want to swim. Is it safe and allowed for her to swim alone – she is competent. Also, is there anywhere that people who aren’t swimming can watch from?
Yes it is safe and they are allowed to swim alone. There is a cafe and seating area surrounding the main pool which serves fast food where you can sit and watch.
There are always plenty of life guards around who also watch the exits and entry to any of the shutes. There is a height restriction on some of the shutes
but i imagine your son/daughter would be able to go on all the chutes except perhaps the Black hole. – Depends on their height.