Isla Magica
Isla Magica
3.5
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Monday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
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Chelsiii
Glen Iris, Australia20 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022 • Family
Soooooooo much fun to visit on Halloween 🎃🤩. Most people were in costume, the queue for the rides weren’t too long and it was quite easy to navigate. The only downside was that BYO food is not allowed . We had brought food with us, mainly due to the quality of food at these types of places. Ps … my kids loved the rapid water ride 😉
Written October 29, 2022
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Marcio P
12 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
Very bad. Overbooked park with lots of schools. 2h in a queue. Lots kids skipping the line. No control of nothing. In the rollercoaster only one cabin functioning for thousands of people in queues. No coming back ever!
Written June 16, 2023
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jill7054
Albufeira, Portugal15 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Friends
Had been looking forward to visiting Isla Magica and expected it to have a certain amount of "wow factor" for both kids and adults, but our experience there yesterday was extremely disappointing. Apparently the theme park opened in 1997; I can imagine it was pretty good in the beginning, but it looks as if nothing has been painted, renovated or maintained since then and the park is very shabby and run-down. As soon as you enter Isla Magica, a visit to the toilets kind of "sets the scene" (doors with no locks, broken toilet seats and not particularly fresh...).
Had my doubts about visiting the park in the middle of the holiday high season (school holidays, etc.), expecting crowds of people and long queues for the attractions, but it was surprisingly quiet. I suspect Isla Magica is already on its last legs and the fact that many attractions, bars and features were shut down and deserted only seems to confirm this. If so much of the park is closed in the middle of August, when the hell does it open completely? Isla Magica may only be half open, but there certainly aren't any reductions on the entry fee (€29 day ticket for an adult). It's an expensive day out for a family or group of friends and should guarantee the highest quality of attractions and service, but there is no quality here. Oh yes, you also have to pay €5 to park your car!
Sorry, but there's nothing very "magical" about this place...
Written August 19, 2013
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José Paulo D
Porto, Portugal10 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Family
My family and I decided to visit Isla Magica in Sevilla. First thing I have to say is that is too expensive. Also their website isn’t clear regarding promotions (if you want to visit, good luck with their site or aditional information). I pay more 50% just because I didn’t buy online!!!!!! Also the water park run out of water - water park without water!!!! Complety crazy. No information. No refund. Don’t advise at all.
Written July 25, 2019
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WVier
Maassluis, The Netherlands29 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
Isla Magica (IM) is a nice park. A bit dated maybe, with quite a bit of attractions that you need to pay extra for. Nevertheless we had a nice time. This review is mainly about Aqua Magica (AM), which is an integrated waterpark in Isla Magica. You cannot go into AM without buying a ticket for IM.

We went for AM on a very sunny day in August 2018 with our child of 5,5 years old. Expecting to have a great time because there seem to be two areas specifically for children below 8 years. However, soon we were confronted with godcomplex-lifeguards who seem to want to prove their value mainly by whistling about every drop of water that falls the wrong way.

It started with the play area for children < 8 years. Our child is a beginning swimmer but already has had some lessons, so is out of the inflatable arm pieces but still uses "corks" (kurken, for the dutchies), basically a ring of floatable pieces around the belly. WHISTLE!! It was not allowed to keep them on in the area, even though the water is 30/40 cm's deep. Strange of course, that a potential life saving device is not allowed. But okay we said, took 'em off and went into the area. WHISTLE!! If you're older than 8, you're not allowed in the water ...and guess what, we as parents are older! ... so not safety device AND no support from us ... mmm ... we convinced it's okay without both those securities , we'll be waiting on the edge of the pool at the end of the slide. WHISTLE!! We were not allowed to SIT on the EDGE of the pool ... what?? It was 47 degrees at that moment, the tiles on the floor were impossible to even walk on let alone stand on. And the grass around it is full with rental seats that were fully booked. We were old we could only sit on the edge at the back of the pool. Guess what, you don't have any view on the pool and slides from there. Basically all those ridiculous rules made it impossible for us to use this pool. And I may add: rules that are not at all communicated upfront, anywhere. Not local and not on the website.

So let's go to the big pool. We enter and WHISTLE!!: you have to remove you sunglasses. Now, I can imagine this sort of but with a five year old you're not going into the deep end right. And 47 degrees C and 16:00 sun makes that you really need you're sunglasses. I went to the lockers to put them away, came back and we went in the water again. WHISTLE!! We were (again) not allowed to use the floatation device (corks). It was apparently only allowed to use inflatable arm bands, which we did not have (anymore) because we're already a phase further with swimming lessons. How do you explain that to a child, that we were rejected for the second pool as well? After three lifeguards that wanted to feel important by being a part of the discussion, we were only allowed to take our child into the water WITHOUT floating device. Say what? We gave up ... we could not stand hearing another whistle anymore and the third area for children, we saw that parents were also not allowed and a lot of children (8-10 y/old) were playing there very aggressively and wild/loud so not a chance our 5 year old would managed without us. We left ...

On our way outside, we went to guest relations. The lifeguards we talked apparently already announced our coming, because it did not take 'em much time to tell us that "the lifeguards dictate the rules" and that no refund of the AM ticket would be possible. Because we bought a combination ticket online. If we would have bought at the register we could have gotten the AM part back. But who buys at the register when the online ticket is 40% cheaper? In the end we left disgruntled and dissatisfied. We still hear the whistles ...

None of these rules are communicated up front and this is our biggest problem with AM. In the parc itself everything is Spanish only, so we were not sure if this may have been on the signs, but we photographed the signed and translated later. Other than the fact that of the sunglasses, none if the rules are anywhere.

So please, take this into account when you visit with children below 8 years or that need floating devices other then the inflatable armbands. The parks itself is kind of nice but dated and somewhat expensive, but we were not allowed to enjoy it ...
Written August 10, 2018
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José Eduardo
Beja, Portugal89 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2012 • Family
1st advise - don't choose high summer;
2nd advise - don't take sandwiches (bocadillos) on your backpack;
3rd advise - study the shows schedules and be there a few minutes in advance to get a good spot;
4th advise - beware of the food & drink plenty of water;
5th advise - don't miss the 4D cinemas;
6th advise - enjoy all rides if you dare;
7th advise - get advantage of hotel + park promotions (you will be surprised);
8th advise - don't miss the closing show;
9th advise - hmmm you better learn some spanish to understand the main shows.
10th advise - your kids should be taller than 1 meter otherwise they can'r ride most of the rides;
Final advise enjoy with family and friends... with moderation it a load of fun.
Written June 11, 2012
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Ana_Henriques
Lisbon, Portugal9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Ok, people can say it's not EuroDisney or DsineyWorld but I think it's a great place to discover in a day (but you'll need all the day for it). The attractions don't long too much in order to avoid long queues but they are very cool. I think that, for adults, there's much to play here than in Disney (and kids also have there lots os places for them) so I loved it!
Written December 5, 2010
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Gerry
46 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2022 • Family
First and foremost, I think it’s important to state that the ticket prices for this park only go as high as about €30 or so, for a full day pass. Children under a certain age incur no charge. For those sort of prices, you actually get a heck of a lot for your money, but it would therefore be unfair to compare this park to some of the bigger and more expensive parks, such as Puerto Aventura or even Disney.

The park is easy to find and is surrounded by parking, which can be booked online for a flat fee. The parking we chose was quite literally across the road from the park and patrolled by a Security Guard, which made it very easy for us to get in with our two young children.

The park is meticulously maintained and generally.very clean. You can tell that there is attention to detail and that any damage is quickly repaired. There was no litter or wear-and-tear visible at all and all the gardens were all well kept. There were several water-play areas and large fountains around the many areas to help keep cool and have some fun whilst doing so, and all had clean, cool water to soak in.

There was, however, quite a lack of consistency amongst the staff, with some staff strictly enforcing height limits for rides etc, whilst others really didn’t seem to care. This became an issue when my young children were permitted to ride some of the more dynamic and fast-paced adult rides, but were then turned away from some of the slow, walking-paced children rides. The frustration this causes was further compounded by the fact that these checks were only done at the time of boarding a ride and at the end of the queue, meaning those being turned away had spent an eternity queuing, only to be told at the end that all this time had been wasted. This can be particularly disheartening for younger kids.

With regards to queue-management, none of the rides provided any stimulus during the wait time, such as TV screens or even audio systems. That being said, this observation paled in comparison to the frustration caused by the near constant streams of blatant queue-jumpers. Without exaggeration, this park was the worst I have ever seen for this and I don’t really know why. It was a real issue, given that none of the queues were monitored by staff in the slightest. On one ride alone, the White Water Rapids, we must have seen some 10 or 15 people blatantly walk by the entire queue during our 40 minute wait. Men, women, children and even entire families, all just bypassing the queue, seemingly without a care in the world. If you’re like me, be prepared to argue and challenge this behaviour, because the staff wont. Maybe it was just the heat that got to me!

Lastly, with regards to food, you can expect the same old over-priced, poor-quality, fast-food that seems to haunt all theme parks. There was, however, plenty of kiosks available around the park offering a good selection of drinks and snacks, however I would recommend packing something ahead of time in order to save time and money.

In conclusion, Isla Magica is a well-priced and great value-for-money opportunity to spend an entire day out. There is a good selection of rides to suit all types, from thrill-seekers to young children, and for the ticket price, you really cannot complain. Sure, it’s never going to be Universal Studios, but we spent a good 9 hours in the park and were kept entertained the entire time!
Written May 15, 2022
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Liz R
3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Family
This place smelt like the water was from the sewers and was badly run down.

No one could speak much English so when the boys had to wear shoes on the ride we did t understand them and they just pointed and grunted at my kids. On another ride they were too big (8 & 10) and Again were just pushed out of the line !

The staff were so young that you wouldn't have wanted an emergency to have occurred.

We got there 2 days after the water part of the park had closed so the boys could only go on two rides of which only one was worth mentioning.

So for €120 plus food 🤢 go and fill the bath tub you will have much more fun.
Written November 7, 2017
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Kevin M
Prague, Czech Republic4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2014
At reception they have the most stupid orocess that you have to buy 2 tickets for the park. One for the rides and another for the water park. It was expensive and a half day was from 5pm onwards.
You were not permitted to take food of drink in and bags were searched as at airport security.
When we finally went through security gate number 3 to the water park we were given a tag for a sun bed. It was policed like a prison camp. The majority of the staff are incredibly rude and controlling. I was told to take my wedding ring off to go down a simple slide and my daughter to take her stud earrings out. The whole customer experience is frankly awful. I would never go back again.

Written August 9, 2014
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