Sports facilities and equipment
Saint Suspi Complex
Multidisciplinary sports hall of 1332 m², gymnastics room of 600 m², dance room of 150 m², combat sports room of 230 m², weight training room of 160 m², physical and sports education platform of 1500 m² and indoor climbing wall.
Albert Camus Gymnasium
Adjacent to the college, this building will open at the end of 2020 and will meet the needs of college students. Multi-sports room, dance/martial arts room, climbing wall, 900 m² outdoor sports area.
Multipurpose room of 900 m² and dojo of 92 m².
Gymnasium des Molières
Multipurpose room of 1040 m², stand for 250 people, gymnastics room of 360 m², dojo of 272 m² and fencing room of 260 m². Near the swimming pool, a stadium and the Miramas Métropole Stadium.
Jean Moulin Gymnasium
Sports hall of 800 m² and multi-activity room of 160 m².
Jules Ferry Gymnasium
Multi-purpose room of 650 m², omnisports room of 240 m² and equipment for the practice of futsal.
Paul Cézanne’s motor room
This 300 square meter room, near the training pool, offers the possibility to the inhabitants to practice ballroom dance, hip-hop, aikido and children’s gymnastics.
Stadium Miramas Métropole
The largest covered athletics hall in France, one of the largest in Europe and the only one on the Mediterranean arc.
In 2018, it was a turning point in the history of sports in Miramas. This ultramodern facility dedicated to sports in the Metropolitan area is the result of a desire to develop municipal sports policy, inspired since 2008 by the idea of a virtuous circle: sports as a lever for new sports practices, but also for new training in sports professions, local economic opportunities and well-being for all.
It allows high level athletes to perfect their preparation, to establish new performances or records on their national and international events. It is composed of a world-class athletics track, a 300m warm-up track, a gymnasium, a weight room, a shot put area, long jump, high jump and pole vault areas.
The Miramas Métropole Stadium has a capacity of 5,500 seats in the “Athletics” mode and 7,500 seats in the “Sports-Show” mode
The water park
Summer pools: 50 m Olympic pool, training pool, diving pit, wading pool and stands.
Winter swimming pool: 25 m pool dedicated to swimming lessons, swimming club activities, aquagym, diving and handi-swimming.
Paul Cézanne learning pool
Located in the northern part of the city, it is dedicated to school swimming lessons and educational projects.
On the shores of the Etang de Berre, the “Nautic Club” of Miramas welcomes summer camps, transplanted classes, various training courses, primary schools of the city and major competitions (accommodation center with 31 rooms).
The sailing base has the wind in its sails!
This equipment contributes to the development of urban activities.
It welcomes the practice of rugby, including women’s rugby.
Two official bowling alleys for the practice of the Marseilles and Lyonnaise games.
Les Molières Stadium
Main stadium, track and field, main stand and boxing hall, 8 lanes of track and field, discus and shot put area, long jump and high jump areas. Approved for regional competitions and close to the Stadium Miramas Métropole, it allows athletes to perfect their preparations for major championships.
Sports complex with 3 latest generation soccer fields (synthetic, cork and grass).
Inaugurated in 2019, over 100 members use it (archery and 3D target shooting). This space is dedicated to competitions and to the municipal archery school.
Seven tennis courts with stands, practiced by more than 200 members.
Saint Suspi Health Course
Built around the lake and enriched with a street workout, this facility participates in the development of health and wellness activities through sports and leisure activities.
Site of Cabasse
A green setting, with numerous hiking trails, including the GR2013, a natural climbing site listed in the regional climbing guide, and the highest aerial course in the region. This green lung of the city participates in the development of sports tourism.
8 city stadiums
In line with the “Sport for All” initiative, all of the city’s neighborhoods have a local facility. These attractive places contribute to the development of sports and social ties.
Located in the north of the city, it includes a quality 18-hole course and a driving range for practice. This place hosts the only “Municipal Golf School in France”. The French Golf Federation is using it as an experimental site to create a reference model for other clubs.
Located in a remarkable natural area near the golf course, the Mas de Combe equestrian center offers the possibility of practicing horseback riding for leisure and competition. Pony games, show jumping, dressage and horse therapy are the main activities of this facility.