For the true swimming fanatics, Eersel has an indoor pool, called De Albatros (‘the albatross’).
“The De Albatros Pool consists of two pools, an Olympic-sized swimming pool featuring 3 25-metre lanes and ranging in depth from 1.10 to 2 metres, and a teaching pool that measures 12 by 6 metres and ranges in depth from 0.40 to 1.10 metres. All of the necessary facilities are available; separate large changing rooms for men and women, changing stalls, toilets, and a separate changing room for disabled people featuring a toilet, showers, and lockers. There is also a toilet for disabled people in the viewing area that looks out over the pool. All of the facilities are easily accessible for disabled people. Moreover, the pool not only has sufficient changing room space and special toilets, but also broad stairs and a bath lift, which make it possible for disabled people to swim in our pool as well.” For the current opening hours and recreational swimming hours, please go to http://www.zwembad-albatros.nl/recreatief-zwemmen/
There are several other swimming facilities across the border in Belgium, such as the city pool in Lommel, the Aqua Mundo at the Lommel Centerparcs location, and many more.