On the occasion of your stay in the capital, come diving and discover the virtues of this extraordinary sport!
Diving in Paris, it’s possible
Underwater immersion in the 19th district
It is very close to the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, at the 10 rue d’Angers, that this diving club in Paris 19th is located. Its teams welcome on the one hand people who wish to learn this activity for the very first time, and on the other hand those who wish to progress and improve their level. The training sessions take place in the Georges Hermant pool. This remarkable facility combines an Olympic pool and a 4-metre deep diving pit. In addition to discovering a leisure activity that provides singular sensations, you are likely to request its teams in anticipation of a trip to a destination known for its unavoidable diving spots.
The benefits of a popular discipline
Training takes place every Wednesday from 21:00 to 23:00. They are supervised by volunteers and concern both beginners and people who already have experience in the field of diving. Fins, mask and snorkel are provided during the necessary test session, but bottles, vests and regulators are lent at each session. As about 140,000 licensed divers in France, you can explore the underwater world on every one of your seaside getaways. Remember that diving has the advantage of being accessible to all, that it is an excellent anti-stress remedy and that it helps to develop self-confidence.
The Cadet Residence: the ideal accommodation for divers
A comfortable foot on the ground
Once out of the basin, you just need to take two metro lines to reach the Cadet residence, located in the heart of the 9th arrondissement. Unlike many hotel establishments, its studios and apartments have enough storage space to accommodate your diving equipment. What’s more, the peaceful setting of the residence remains an undeniable asset that will certainly prolong your sense of well-being.
A privileged location
One of the reasons divers feel like fish in the water at the Cadet Residence is its advantageous location. Although the residence is well served by public transportation, it encourages its residents to take advantage of the surrounding activities. There are two theatres : the Folies Bergère theatre, the Freemasonry Museum. And also a multitude of good restaurants ! Such as Swagat, a specialist in Indian recipes and Magokoro, an expert in Japanese gastronomy