The largest swimming pool in the world, equivalent to 6,000 standard swimming pools

Summer is the best time to play with family and friends. However, if you go to the San Alfonso del Mar resort,Chile to swim, you may die because of tiredness.


Algarrobo swimming pool is located in San Alfonso del Mar Resort in Chile. The swimming pool is 1015 meters long and its total area is 80,000 square meters. It is equivalent to 6,000 standard household swimming pools and can hold 250 million liters of water. It is currently recognized as the largest swimming pool in the world. In 2006 was included in the Guinness Book of Records.

Algarrobo swimming pool costs about 45 US dollars a square meter, with a total price of about 3.6 million US dollars, the entire swimming pool capacity comparable to a small artificial lake, people can even hold a rowing race in it. It is only separated from the sea by a sandy beach, thus forming a “two seas” spectacle.

You may wonder when you see here. Since you rely on the sea, why should you spend a lot of money on building a swimming pool? It turned out that the waters on the coast of Chile are very cold, and the sea area where the resort is located is very desolate. It is forbidden to swim. Therefore, investors think of this somewhat “absurd” approach.

Since the sea is crystal clear and the seawater is still filtered, the water in this pool is much cleaner than the normal swimming pool, plus a perfect circulation with the seawater. There will be no shortage of water here.

The water in the pool is treated to be nine degrees Celsius higher than seawater, which provides visitors with the opportunity to enjoy water sports in safe, clean and warm waters. Drinking cool beer, basking in the warm sun, the warm sea breeze blowing on the face is not to be missed.

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