Nyon Plage is now fit for budding pirates! After its recent renovation, the Plage communale des Trois-Jetées in Nyon features a fantastic wooden pirate ship, complete with slide and command room.
We’ve talked about Nyon plage before, but this new facelift is just too fantastic not to be documented with a few more photos. There’s no parking right next to the Plage communale des Trois-Jetées, so you will have to park a bit further away and then walk towards the lake – but the view from the steep slope as you approach the beach is really quite something…
The Plage communale des Trois-Jetées in Nyon consists of a large lawn area – kitted with ping pong tables, showers, toilets – and a thin strip of sand right in front of the wooden pirate ship. This sandy bit, made up of a mixture of coarse sand and tiny pebbles, isn’t very big but it’s perfect for young children: we’ve spent many happy hours building sand-castles here in the last few weeks!
Access to Nyon plage is free of charge and the beach is open 7 days a week (9am to 9pm) from the 1st of May to the 30th of September. Don’t forget your picnic basket for a great day-out at the beach: the views over Mont Blanc on a clear day are absolutely breathtaking.
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Open from 9am to 9pm, 7 days a week.
The beach opens on the 1st of May and closes on the 30th of September.
Right next to the Plage communale des Trois-Jetées you will find the Restaurant de la plage (under new management, we haven’t tried yet this year but it looks great and it’s always full), the “Lignes d’Aventures” playground leading onto the gardens of the Conservatoire de Musique de l’Ouest Vaudois and the village des pêcheurs. It’s a fantastic family walk with amazing lake views & a few foodie pit-stops along the way!