Best Kyiv Beaches with Swimming Pools

Best Kyiv Beaches with Swimming Pools

The close proximity and easy access to the Dnipro River are without doubts the main reasons why beaches of Kyiv are so often filled to the brim. Luckily, the city has more to offer than beaches with just a deck chair rental. One of the most-sought options are beaches with swimming pools popular with families and large companies — sure enough, Kyiv has plenty of those as well.

Bora Bora Beach Club

The beach club is located in one of the most popular beach areas in Kyiv — the Hydropark metro station, making it easy to reach by public transport. Bora Bora also has a free parking with surveillance, so taking a car isn’t a problem as well. Two pools, as well as the large beach territory with clear sand, are available for all visitors. Moreover, the club has a restaurant of European and Pan-Asian cuisine, bungalow rent, and a playground for kids. On weekend nights Bora Bora hosts parties on its large dancefloor co-joined with a bar. Renting a beach chair is UAH 200/day on workdays and UAH 250 on weekends. Renting a bungalow for 4 people is UAH 800 on workdays and UAH 1000 on weekends.
Dniprovska Riviera Restaurant & Resort
One of the most visited resorts on the Dnipro River in Kyiv is Dniprovska Riviera restaurant. The clean beach with warm sand, large pools with water games, and active entertainment are among the things that lure in many visitors each summer. Besides, the resort often hosts concerts and parties with the best Ukrainian musicians, gaining a status of a popular party beach spot in Kyiv. Renting a beach chair on the beach is UAH 250, while beach chair near the pool will cost UAH 300. Bungalows for UAH 750 are available for rent as well.
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Olmeca Plage
Olmeca Plage located near Hydropark isn’t merely a beach with a pool, but a whole entertainment complex built near water. Due to the fact it is often brimming with visitors, sometimes it can be difficult to find a free parking space here. However, access by public transport shouldn’t cause any complications. The large 25-meter open pool and clean beach with fluffy sand are the points that never fail to attract locals. Besides, Olmeca Plage has four volleyball fields, ping-pong tables, open-air gym and playground with a trampoline for kids.
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Lovers of extreme sports might be interested in water skiing, surfing, and flyboarding that are available here. Restaurant on the territory of Olmeca Plage offers various dishes of European, Georgian, and Japanese cuisine. Access to the beach and pool is UAH 200 on workdays and UAH 300 on weekends and holidays. The price includes beach chair rent and towels rent.
City Beach Club
This unusual spot isn’t a beach in a traditional sense but nevertheless is one of the most popular summer meet-up spots in Kyiv. Located on the roof of the Ocean Plaza shopping center, City Beach Club with its two enormous pools and three bars reminds of New York open-air roof pools. The vibe is certainly there — while in the daytime the beach functions as a family-friendly space with numerous inflatable mattresses and balls for kids, it certainly turns into a nightlife spot at night. DJs fill the roof with the best hits and remixes, while bartenders work hard and fast to satisfy the needs of all customers. The deck chair costs UAH 300 at workdays and UAH 400 on weekends.
Sandali Resort
The large beach complexSandali occupies 4000 square meters on Trukhaniv Island that is easily accessed by the Pedestrian Bridge. The territory of the complex is decorated in the French retro style and is fully equipped with everything necessary for having a good time on the beach in Kyiv: the large pool with beach chairs, a restaurant, a tropic open-air bar, a vast volleyball court and kid-zones with animators and entertainment.
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The separate bungalows are suitable for those who want to enjoy a juicy barbecue with a great view of Kyiv. Besides, Sandali hosts parties with the best Kyiv DJs that are much appreciated by locals. The deck chair rental is UAH 50 on Mon-Thu and UAH 100 on Fri-Sun. Renting a towel costs additional UAH 50.
Biruza Beach Club
Sure enough, Kyiv has much to offer, but it’s not fair to leave the near-located gems out of the list. Biruza Beach Club is located in mere 8 kilometers from Kyiv that takes about twenty-five minutes to reach from Khreshchatyk. The territory of the beach club lies near the Blue Lake and boasts of one of the largest open-air pools in Kyiv region. The restaurant and bar located near the pool mostly focus on European cuisine. Entertainment here is represented by a volleyball court and ping-pong tables, as well as open-air night parties. The entrance is free on workdays and UAH 100 on weekends. Prices for renting a beach chair or bungalows are presented on demand.
Lobster Beach Complex
This huge beach complex is located in half an hour away from the center of Kyiv. It can be accessed by car via Novoobukhivske highway or by public transport by bus #309 that goes from the Vydubychi metro station to Pidhirtsi. A ten-minute walk will lead you to the goal. The Lobster beach complex has two separate beaches to host more visitors: Imperia Beach and Lobster Beach. The first costs UAH 100 on Mon-Thu and UAH 150 on Fri-Sun, while the second is UAH 250 on Mon-Thu and UAH 350 on Fri-Sun.
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The price difference is easily explained: the first option includes just the deck chair, while the second also has an umbrella and towel. As for the entertainment, a large pool by the Blue Lake, a football field, a tennis court and animators services for kids are all available here. Besides, Lobster beach complex has a restaurant of European cuisine, mostly concentrated on seafood and shashlik.
The beach season is one of the most celebrated things in Kyiv — have a good one!
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