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Aqualandia Water Park Entrance Ticket

Aqualandia Water Park Entrance Ticket

By Aqualandia
Experience Benidorm's Aqualandia Water Park on your own terms with this entry ticket. Get access to 15 water rides and attractions ranging from kid-friendly to exhilarating. This package includes the use of showers and access to changing rooms, and there are plenty of on-site restaurants to keep you fed.
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Ages 4-99, max of 1 per group
Duration: 5–9 hours
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  • Save time by pre-booking your entry ticket to Aqualandia Water Park
  • Access to all water attractions is included
  • Parking is included in the price of the ticket
  • Get free access to showers and changing rooms

  • Parking Fees
  • Showers, Toilets, Changing Rooms
  • First Aid, ATM
  • Amphibious chair (disabled person)
  • Aqualandia Water Park Entrance Ticket
  • Entry/Admission - Aqualandia
What's not included
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
  • Food and drinks
  • Lockers

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 46012P1

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Minimum drinking age is 18 years
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 1 travelers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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  • Aqualandia
    Joined in August 2007
  • Andy10109
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    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    If you’re used to good water parks, avoid this.
    The whole place prioritises money making over safety over customer experience. The park was very underwhelming and on a quiet September’s day we were in and out after getting bored in just under 1.5h. Tips: - you can take food and drink with you, the park food is relatively cheap but absolutely awful. £5 for a microwave pizza the size of a small plate and nearly 50% is crust, the topping all falling off in the first bite. - you can enter and re-enter the park as many times as you like, just get a stamp on your hand. If you do this you can maybe use your car as your locker as you can park close. - don’t use the lockers at the entrance on the right, they’re busy and in a bad location. There are lockers in the centre of the park all over the place that are quiet and in much better locations for ease of access. - the locker code will be printed for you on a piece of paper, ensure you’re good with memory of a random 6 digit code and a random 3 digit locker number. Spread the memory load across your group if not, you can’t pick which locker or which code you get. - most of the toilets don’t have locks, male or female - if you’re going out of august busy times, only go as a group of 4. You cannot ride the 4 person rides without 4 people, they do not let you wait in the queue for another group of 2 to turn up, they insist you must exit the ride line area and go to find another 2 people - we didn’t manage this. We did not see one group use the group rides at all thanks to this policy. - expect poor levels of safety, we saw several people receiving serious medical attention, which is worrying as this is the park where somebody broke their neck during COVID and they refused to act on it, before they were sued by the Spanish government. - the lazy river is pointless, you need to buy a tube for it, therefore it was totally empty of people and just looked sad. - you can only sit on concrete. There are no benches as they want you to pay to sit on a lounger. - many people are dirty there, maybe the time of year but certain types of people were constantly spitting on the floor and you could see snot everywhere. Wear water shoes - but you have to take water shoes off on all rides for no good reason.
    Written September 26, 2023
  • Drhares
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great family day out
    We visited as a family (2 x adults, 2 children 7 & 5) I'd read about some of the negative reviews so was hoping for the best, and we certainly got the best. We bought tickets online in advance. Got there when the park opened and went straight in. Lockers are €6 or €9 to rent for the day. No big deal really. Yes you get a 6 digit pin on a piece of paper, we used a biro to write it down elsewhere (towel label) so we didn't lose it. The slides were all fantastic. Loads of ranges to suit loads of ages. My youngest lived the splash area. One slight disappointment was that we measured my elder child at 127cm before we went. A lot of the bigger slides you have to be 125cm. Sadly she was coming up just short on their measuring sticks. However you could take the view that this is a good thing from a health and safety point of view. Staff were all well trained and safety conscious. I suffered a bit of bruising from some of the fiercer slides, but it's a thrill experience, there's always going to be risk of that. We didn't experience any queue, at all. The longest we waited for any ride was cyclone which was about 10 minutes. However we visited at the end of September the day before they were due to close for winter. The place was clearly set up to take a lot more visitors, and I shudder to think what it must be like in the high season. All of the pools and slides use salt water, but from an environmental point of view that's fine by me. Overall a fantastic day out and will definitely go back. I'll certainly try again to avoid the busiest time though
    Written September 24, 2023
  • Jacob C
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Fun, but can be pricey
    Lots of fun and thrilling attractions with plenty of variety for anyone. Big adventurous slides as well as kids areas and a few more relaxing attractions, like the jacuzzi and lazy river. Seemed a bit pricey compared to other waterparks I've been to, especially with food prices, the 6€ for a small locker, paying to rent a sunbed, and the fact you have to rent rubber rings for the lazy river (not any of the other rides though). Also bear in mind the park uses salt water which can be irritating to the skin, nose and eyes, but there are a few freshwater showers scattered about. We went in the morning in early September and wait times were never more than 15 minutes.
    Written September 8, 2023
  • simono239
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth the money, queues need sorting.
    The whole park is huge. We were a family of 4, Inc 2x teenagers. Paid €36 in advance and beat the long pay at the gate queues already forming before 10am when the park opens. As others have said you don't have to rent a sunbed for €6 there are plenty of green spaces to set up camp. Lockers are available, we had one large enough for an airline hand luggage holdall with plenty of room to spare for €9 to store valuables. Electronic wrist bands are available to link to a method of payment if your away your locker and need to purchase a drink/food. The rides are great, I've done plenty of European water/thrill parks and there's plenty here to keep you occupied and the adrenaline pumped. Queue times, add 50% to what the board says. We took 3 hours for Cyclone for the 90 ish seconds it took to reach the bottom, but it was one hell of a ride, more excitement than the red Vertigo slide [25ish min queue]. Overall clean, staff bilingual in most cases, felt safe, had fun, missed loads, would defo return. We didn't buy food in the park, a pint of drinkable beer was €3.90 from memory, which converted into GBP wasn't a bad price.
    Written August 11, 2023
  • JRZ1997
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Worth a visit
    Worth a visit, the park is huge and has a great selection of rides and places to relax if you are not a thrill seeker. The park has a variety of rides ranging from the lazy river through to the vertical drop which is for hardened thrill seekers, however something to suit all people of all ages/abilities. I would recommend visiting this park, it’s a great day out for children of all ages with children’s pools for younger children and slides and rides for older/more confident swimmers. Many people have stated that it’s expensive/hot/crowded etc, I went in the height of summer on a weekend and it was busy yes- but it wasn’t that bad, the longest we had to queue was 45 minutes for the cyclone ride but some of the rides were a few mins max Pros- 1)lifeguards were great and spoke English, selection of rides- so many to chose from as mentioned earlier to suit all needs 2)drinks/food was really good value for money considering it was a waterpark!! 3)great fun filled day out Cons- 1)wait time for some of the rides, however to be expected given the season and peak holiday times 2)having to pay for the sun loungers (however it wasn’t a bad price- 9€) 3)finally the only other thing I would say is car park is not sheltered so cars get very hot in the summer heat. 4) have to hire lockers (6€) however these are not really needed if you can place your bag under your sun lounger Things to note- 1) the park uses sea water so it’s salted, so people who are adverse to salt water need to be aware of this in advance as it can come as a shock if expecting chlorine water. 2) Take flip flops/shoes/sliders, and then just leave them at the bottom of the slides as the floor is burning hot in the sun so be warned
    Written August 5, 2023
  • Mark H
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    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Avoid in peak season
    Huge water park with some amazing slides and water based fun for both adults and kids. However, even though we got an offer still cost about €100 for two adults and two kids, so not a cheap day out! Got there and discovered they then charge €6 per sun lounger. Absolute rip off! The other big issue was the queues. They absolutely pack people in, so had to queue for 40 mins for Zig-Zag slide and didn't even bother with one of the biggest slides (blue and white one on a ring) as queue was huge and not much fun in 30c heat with limited shade. If the water park hadn't been so packed would have been a great day but poor value for money in peak season given the crowds.
    Written July 26, 2023
  • Ace C
    0 contributions
    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Horrible sea water/Accesive waiting times
    I visited this waterpark toady with my family.. We started off with getting sun beds but you have to pay? Then we wanted to go on the slides... the new slide the 4 person one had a 3 hour queue already and the other little slides had accessive queue times and it was super busy... Also the water is salt water? At a waterpark... My sons eyes where going red. Do not come here it is such a scam really not worth the money couldn't get on barely any slides. Won't come again!
    Written July 19, 2023
  • calb7991
    0 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very poor
    Very overpriced at €39pp then when you get in its €6 to hire a rubber ring for the rides, €6 for a sunbed €6/9 for a locker the €6 locker pushing it to get a towel in… food and drink again well over priced… do not accommodate for disabled persons either and when something was said about that the staff just laughed. The park its self is in need of a refurb, cracked tiles holes on the floor Spend your money and time elsewhere. Wouldn’t return
    Written June 23, 2023
  • vickymN4485PT
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    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Brilliant day, we loved it!
    We had an absolutely fantastic day here yesterday as a family with 2 kids aged 14 and 10. After reading recent reviews we almost didn't book but we were so glad we did. Got there early 10am and had around 1.5 hours where it was fairy quiet before it got busier. Went straight to cyclone hardly any queue. There are so many different rides and activities for all ages including white knuckle, lazy river, ziplines, Jacuzzis and splash zones for younger kids. We all found something we enjoyed. You can pay for a locker if you need, 8 euro for a large, 5 for a small, we felt it was expensive but if you don't take valuables you don't have to buy one. There's plenty of table and chairs under canopies where you can leave your towels and bags etc. You don't have to get a sunbed but can pay if you want them. You don't need to buy a rubber ring for any rides, we didn't and it was fine. They are very heavy to carry anyway so wouldn't fancy lugging it round all day. Plenty of picnic tables in shady areas. Good toilet facilities and showers dotted around to wash the salt water off you. We didn't have a problem with the salt water, it doesn't taste nice but didn't spoil our experience. Overall really glad we went and all agreed we had a great day.
    Written September 1, 2022
  • สุจิตรา เ
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    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Don't waste your time!
    Visit the park 26th August 2022 4adults 2 teenagers 1child. When you get there don't matter what queue it is just queue at the short one as go in same place. Don't waste your money on sunlounge we sit with the local in the picnic area which is shade all day and no cost. But if you want loungers it's €6per bed. The big yellow rubber ring that cost€8per day is only for use in 2 rides you don't have to hire one if you don't want to push up the hight steps to go to the one apart from lazy river. The water are salt water throughout the park so horrible 😫. The food are absolutely overpriced and not even OK with quality or quantity! But if you still want to visit the park I recommend plan ahead n take your own picnic. Toilet are yuk. Qeue for food and drink in the summer heat are unbearable.Overall don't recommend this place. Siam park in Tennerife are way better.
    Written August 30, 2022
  • samsY6317JI
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    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Good day out
    I’d read a few negative reviews about this park before we went so had expected the worse, so having said that we had a fun day. We were a family of 6, aged 12 to adults. We loved all the rides we went on, especially the rapids. Queue times were on a par with any other water park I’ve been to as well as in Disney and we went on quite a few. Floor was burning without shoes again the same as any other, so I held mine on the rides that didn’t cause any issues. Queues were long for food but we took our own. A couple of negatives for me, very little shade in queues or for beds and I didn’t like the fact you had to pay extra for a ring if you wanted to use it in the lazy river or the wave pool, but you don’t have to get one and you can take your own. We paid for beds up front and no one checked all day. We packed all phones and valuables in the lockers and memorised the 6 digit code between us. Overall a good day with lots of laughs.
    Written August 25, 2022
  • ald_s_skf2022
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    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    I had a horrible experience with one member of the staff, he pushed me out of my float so i went face down in to the pool in one of the slides. I was trying to speak to him but he didnt understand and got really agressive and then got really close to my face, very threatening and scary. He told me to get out of the slide, i did not understand what was going on standing there in front of everyone in shock how this staffmember was behaving. Other staff got there and he “explained” something in Spanish and i stood there just so wonerable because i dont speak spanish and i cried so much because i was in such a shock and terrified of this staffmember who was so intiminating standing up close to my face. I had to ask him to please step back because i was so scared of him. I have never ever been kicked out of a waterslide before! i dont know what happened to this guy, why he was so angry but obviously he should NOT work in a park like this with his anger- and mental problems. This ruined the whole experience as i sat for a long time crying and scared of this guy, afraid to walk around in case i would meet him again! Afraid to go on any slide in case he would be there. The superwisor who came and the other staffmember who witnessed this, i hope you will remove this staffmember from the park so no one will experience this like i had to do! It was a traumatising experience and it has been on my mind since i was there last monday, not being able to get it off my mind. it seems surreal that this actually happened by a staffmember to a guest and i am still in shock! I give it 1 star because our experience prior to this insident was allright, went to a few slides (which were allright, nothing special) with ques from 20-60 minutes which tells us that they sell way to many tickets, the park was REALLY overcrowded and the food was disgusting, cold served sandwitches and pizzas in really poor quality. The sodas were tasteless and just really seemed like they were saving on everything, trying to make the most money possible. We didnt even bother to try to go on the biggest slide, the que was like 300 people and we would have spent the whole day in that que. Please take all this in to consideration, reconsider your staffcrew, food service and sold tickets so people can actually enjoy this park.
    Written August 17, 2022
  • por3389
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    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Could be better
    We visited in July 2022. The entry fee at the gate was 39 euros per person. You then have to pay for rings, sun beds, and lockers if you want them. Some of which I would have expected to have been included for the price. There were not many attractions to chose from. One of the larger slides did not appear to be open/running properly. The tall slides were good fun, but some of the others were very underwhelming. The pools (wave pool, jacuzzi pool, lazy river) were enjoyable. We did eat lunch there which was very nice and affordable. There were also lots of spaces to sit and eat.
    Written August 2, 2022
  • Vacation702494
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    1.0 of 5 bubbles
    Look after your flip flops, scum like to Steal them ! Very sad that you would want to steal flip flops
    Written August 1, 2022
  • nanatrogg
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This park has something for everyone! The bigger rides for the older children are excellent. The wave pool had very good/on the ball life guards. The kiddie area was really good as well. Will defo be going again
    Written June 10, 2022
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3.0 of 5 bubbles438 reviews
Very good

5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A brilliant fun packed, full day out!

We purchased the tickets before reading some of the previous negative reviews, none of which resonated with our experience. Just for the record, none of the reviews added 8th August mention that it was a Bank Holiday in Spain which would have made it busier.

There are loads of slides/rides to suit every age group and plenty of chill out attractions along the way, Amazon Adventure, Big Wave Pool, Niagara Falls, Jacuzzi Zones X 2, Cliff Jumping etc. The more high-octane attractions do have bigger queues but they were well managed, orderly and moved pretty quickly. The longest we queued for was about 30 minutes for the Zig-Zag Slide, which was well worth it. We didn't go on the Cyclone so I can't comment on the queue size.

One thing that I would like to mention is how polite and friendly the staff were, with a special commendation to Soraya, who assisted us with the park payment wristbands with fast, friendly efficient service. There are also a lot of lifeguards on duty, about one every 30 metres.

We took our own food so I can't comment on the price or quality of it apart from noticing there are plenty of places selling it.

Some earlier reviews discuss the availability of lockers and the fact you have to pay for them. You pay for lockers at most local swimming pools back home so €5 for a full day is very reasonable, plus they are very secure. You do have to memorise a 6 digit code to access it though. We got there about 10:30am, there were no family lockers available but we didn't need one, you can fit 2 medium sized bags in a regular locker.

Many previous reviewers complain that they paid to waterproof their phone only to be told they couldn't take them on the slides. Would you really want to jump into a pipe of water traveling at 40mph clutching your £600+ smartphone? What do you think would happen?

In agreement with some of the previous reviews, it is very warm in Spain in August and the floor does get hot. You can walk around in bare feet by walking in the shady spots or on the grass. You can't have any footwear on the slides and you don't want to be worrying about losing them.

Overall a highly recommended day out but don't forget the factor 50 though!
Written August 9, 2022
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Don H
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Family
Last went here 20 years ago and enjoyed my visits, reading these last reviews I was a definitely concerned however we were prepared for visiting a large theme park and were organised.

We arrived at 09.20 for a 10am open, we had also preordered our tickets. This meant we were in a good position in the queue and because we preordered we skipped the payment line. We entered the park at 09.45 and went straight up to Niagra area as recommended by another traveller, paid for lockers and sun lounger with ease and you could have got a lounger or table until about lunch time without issue. This gave us a base for the day.

We went on about 5 rides by 11am including zigzags and black hole as was very quiet, after this we did the rapids 4 or 5 times no more than a 20 minute queue each time, big bang and splash a few times again no more than 10 mins. We didn't get to do cyclone as the queue was over an hour but that was our choice we could have gone on it first.

We brought our own food because of reviews but bought a couple of beers which was reasonably priced for inside a theme park.

We tried various other rides and pools, my whole family loved it including our 11 year old, left around 6pm absolutely knackered.

The life guards were top drawer always on the case and I was super impressed with them especially on the rapids

Queues were better than expected and certainly less than any theme park in UK in summer hols, my only sadness was we didn't manage to get any discount vouchers before the day so paid full price.

A great day all around and we will definitely go back
Written August 18, 2022
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Warrington, UK12 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked online with Get your Guide the day before you get a discount and it was about €26 each for 10am to 8pm there is an afternoon price 3-8pm I think it was is a few euro cheaper each, it is cheaper to get tickets online before you go to even from your website. You show your ticket on your phone to the gate staff. We arrived here it was €6 for a locker, 2 sizes small €6 or €9 for a big locker, you get a receipt with a 6 digit code you have to remember or take a photo or write it down we wrote it on the map you can pick up. You can buy a waterproof case for €6 and a lanyard for €3, you can’t use again you seal it in a machine. Better to get one at Ale Hop shop for €3 but we didn’t. Just a tip for next time.

You can’t take glasses/sunglasses on the slides only in the pool and jacuzzi which is a pain if you can’t see with no glasses on 🙈. The water at the bottom of the slides are mostly salt water just a warning same in the pool and jacuzzi.

The best slide in our eyes is Cyclone and The Black Hole, there are 3 slides you use rings on Cyclone is 4 people only you can ask a lifeguard can you join another group of 2 but the rings are for 4 people minimum, there is a weight of 340kg for the whole group.

The Black Hole is for 2 people, The Rapids you use a ring on this is for 1 person, beware to keep your bum high as you can bang it on the floor of the dips/slide and hold on tight as you bang into others and your feet hit the sides. Lifeguards help you down.

Cyclone has a big wait at times we waited 40 mins but you get sprayed by jets as you wait. Do not let go and the heaviest person/s go opposite each other one facing backwards and one forwards then you get spun round in the ring and face the other way. It is high up so beware if you don’t like heights don’t look 👀 down.

You have to pay €6 for a ring to use in the lazy river and €9 for a sun bed and €6 for an umbrella ☂️. There are plenty of grass parts to put a towel and bag on, which is safe.

A big bottle of water is €3.50 and small €2.50, food is about right for a water/theme park about €5 for fries.

There are showers with doors and changing rooms no doors in the changing room and toilets which we got changed in. Very clean.

You have to get a ticket at the booth to use at the bar/food place. You hand it into the staff next to it, there is a self service food place also, there is a gift shop which sells sandals and sweets/gifts.

Wear swim shoes or take sandals/flip flops/crocs to the bottom of the queue of slides as the floor can be hot. The slide with the mats you have to slide down on your belly on your knees first it’s called Big Bang Splash. It’s very high up.

Overall it was a fun day we got there for 11.30 and left around 4pm it was about a 30 minute from our hotel Levante Lux not sure 🤔 on taxi or bus prices but there was a bus stop there. We came as a family with teens 19 and 16.
Written July 7, 2023
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Bloss Robbins
Chippenham, UK65 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022 • Couples
The park itself was a good price! At the airport you could get a leaflet with a discount code which helped you to save a decent amount. It ended up at 25 euros a person.

We really enjoyed the variety at this water park. There were a good selection of slides of varying intensity’s. Me and my partner ended up trying most and highlights were the Big Bang (I think it was called) which was a cluster of different height slides. The Black Hole and Pista Blandas which was a gentle but hilarious slip and slide style.

Along with the flumes/slides there were various pools including a cool jacuzzi and wave machine. The downsides to this was the fact it was salt water which really gets in your eyes. The lazy river was disappointing…you had to pay additional money for a ring (which no one was really doing) and to be honest you didn’t gain much at all. I would recommend not bothering… as on the rides that need a ring, you get one provided and the lazy river can be swam and is pretty small.

There were several things you could pay more for but these weren’t important. One was a sunbed and this was fun to catch some rays in between the rides. If you don’t fancy paying though there are picnic areas to relax in and undercover plastic seating. Another was the lockers, which again whilst is handy isn’t essential if you get a member of your party to watch belongings or you don’t take important ones in.

The food is standard theme park food, not the best quality and overpriced but pretty nice still! If you don’t want to buy it, just bring your own picnic. I had a simple New York hotdog and chips which was actually really yummy.

There are cute picture opportunities which is a nice souvenir of the day. We bought one with the mascot, that we got taken on the way in.

I would recommend this water park to couples, families and anyone that enjoys being a big kid. There’s something for everyone!
Written September 14, 2022
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Mohan K
26 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
As expected for peak summer. Queue times got longer as the day went on, come for 10am.

Didn't get get on cyclone - estimated queue time of 2hr! Got on everything else, max queue time we experienced was 40 mins, mostly 10 - 20 mins.

Bring your own lunch, don't bother waterproofing your phone, you can't take it on the slides anyway. Bring a pen and write your locker passcode on your arm (it gets printed off on paper which lasts about 10 seconds in a waterpark).

Be prepared and you'll have a good time. Chance a visit and you'll be disappointed.
Written August 16, 2022
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Paul J
Blackwood, UK1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022 • Family
Welcome to hell on Earth…I visited in Aug 2022 with 12,00 other swimmers on a very hot day!

The entry fee at the gate was 35 euros per person. You then have to pay for rings 5E sun beds 6E, and lockers 8E if you want them!!

The paths are like lava - sliders essential unless you want 3rd degree burns! This means carrying your sliders down each water ride!

All tables & chairs were towelled up by 10am.

All chairs under shade were towelled / bagged up by 10:10am.

The “attractions” were average at best with long, long queues!!

The pools (wave pool, jacuzzi pool, lazy river - free to walk the lazy river or if you are really lazy - you could hire a rubber ring for 5E!!!) were enjoyable….& no queues!

The rapid river ride was a slow ride…all rubber rings hit bottle necks on every level of the “ride” lifeguards had to come into the ride on each stage to clear the bottlenecks!

I declined the return discount ticket on the way out!
Written August 6, 2022
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Leeroy Jenkins94
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
Visited a couple of days ago with 5 friends. Entry price is around 40 euros each. You are first met with the purchasing of a locker (8 euros), you are given an automatically generated code for the locker that's printed out on a paper receipt. This is ridiculous as its never lasting in a waterpark - it then suggests to take a photo of your code to remember it then 'waterproof' your phone in an airtight bag which also costs a fee (what it doesn't mention is that you cannot take your waterproof phone on any of the water rides) Such a poorly thought out method and costly at that too.

Almost every locker was taken on arrival and the sun loungers were occupied too. Interestingly you have to purchase a sun lounger and its one lounger per person too.

You have to buy a rubber ring for 10 euro to get on some things which only refunds you 2 euro of the deposit back. This gives you a band which is non transferrable so again, you have to rent one per person.

Every member of my party has complained about back pain after any of the chutes. Very painful trying to sleep and sit comfortable on a flight home too

Some queues were 2hr long with a complete lack of coverage from the sun, waited 20 mins before deciding that a 20 second thrill was not worth the sunburn or wait.

This place is a literal money pit, they don't care about customer satisfaction.

Honestly, avoid at all costs - we couldn't wait to leave!
Written August 22, 2022
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Marie C
Derby, UK10 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
We arrived at 930, the park opens at 10am, which is best for parking if you are driving your own car and for getting a decent sun bed spot.
The park is clean and tidy, all the pools are salt water which is quite difficult for children to deal with if they aren't expecting a mouthful of salt.
Recommend taking your own drinks and food as the on site offerings are very expensive.
My mother took my children on the rapids ride, and was left stuck spinning around and being rammed by others coming down the shoots for around 10 minutes with staff looking on and not helping her, but any Spanish people were helped and pulled out of the current and guided down the next slide.
The floors of the wave pool are very slippy in parts so take care on entering, be a good idea if you were to wear pool shoes as when moving around the park in bare feet is like walking on fire due to the tiles being red hot from the sun.
If you go into mundomar next door you can save 30% on the Aqualandia tickets so don't buy before hand like we did.
Other than that the kids had a good day.
Written August 13, 2023
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9 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Couples
Buy your ticket before to avoid queueing at the gates. It’s only a short walk from the hotels but it’s all up hill and the no1 bus can take you there for €1.60. Aqualandia is the last stop and the bus picks up on the road behind the beach.
Lockers are €5 each and can be paid from your phone. You get a printed ticket with the locker number and a six digit PIN code, you need to remember that. They also waterproof phones but you can’t take your phone on most slides.
Sunbeds and umbrellas are an additional charge about €5 each. There are loads of grassy areas to set up your towels etc in the shade.
Take some sliders as the path heats up and is too hot for children’s feet especially when queuing for food and drinks.
There are loads of shaded picnic areas to eat.
Food and drink is expensive, large drinks €5.95. Take food and drink with you.
The vertigo slide leaves you full of bruises, you drop 33m at 60mph. We were left with bruises to our calf and bottoms, but it was great fun.
The rides get busy as the day goes on, my advise get in for 10am when it opens and do as many rides as you can before lunch. They do cheaper tickets at 3pm, but we found it got busier. They have the queuing times and at 1730 it was 80mins for the cyclone.
Written July 21, 2023
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Nottinghamshire, UK4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
No what I was expecting at all.

Everyone hyped it up to be one of the best water parks they have been to and it is safe to say I am very disappointed.

Right off the back, after paying €34 per person for entry, you have to pay for a locker which is not too bad and was expected, but then found out you have to pay €8 for a ring with an additional €2 deposit and €6 for a sunbed which I feel is a rip off.

Next, the floor is not ideal for people who walk around bare footed as the floor felt like lava.

Next, the main reason why I visited was to go on the cyclone... the only water slide that was worth going on. After 20 minutes of queuing, we were told we could not ride due to being over the maximum weight limit. We wasted 20 minutes in a queue for a ride we could not go on, when all of it could have been avoided if the scales were at the beginning of the queue, and I can guarantee that half of the people in the queue did not get on that ride.

Very disappointed 😞
Written August 8, 2022
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