In France, supervision is mandatory in public swimming pools,. The owner of the swimming pool is required to appoint a lifeguard who must be present during the opening hours of the pool. The swimming pools at holiday parks aren’t public swimming pools if they aren’t open to (paying) guests from the area, but are only intended to be used by guests staying in the park. This is the case at Domaine de Lanzac, which means the pool is not under supervision. At the secured entrances of the pool you’ll see signs stating that the parents are responsible for their children, including the behavior of their children, in the pool.
In France, certain dress codes apply for public swimming pools. The pools in the park, however, are not public pools and thus these rules do not apply here. Shorts etc. are therefore allowed.
Food and drinks
The pools are located next to the terraces of various pavilions where you can order all sorts of things, such as ice cream, coffee, soft drinks, sandwiches, fries, snacks, toasties, etc.