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Acqua Village Follonica

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Travelmatt99 wrote a review Jul 2019
London6 contributions2 helpful votes
Had a great day here with kids aged 9 and 7. Not a huge number of slides but perfect for the age of our kids. Queues were no more than 10 mins on a peak season sunday. Very clean and life guards excellent. Food inexpensive and decent including fruit and freshly made smoothies.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Growcher wrote a review Jun 2019
15 contributions10 helpful votes
Don’t expect a huge park with loads of big rides, lazy river etc, it’s a small park with about 5 different rides. Aimed at kids but still enjoyable for adults. We went today, 25th June. Cost 22 euros each plus 3 euros to park plus 11 euros for 2 sun beds and a locker. So it ain’t cheap but if you want a water park it’s the only one around other than Celina which looking at the reviews is essentially a replica. Was busy but queues were ok, no longer than 10 mins at most on some rides. The concrete surfaces got very very hot so take some footwear for when going to the toilet or you will burn your feet. The rides are ok, nothing too long or adventurous but it is aimed at kids and it’s still fun for adults to do the rides. Wave pool happens very hour but only lasts 5 mins.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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RoganJ wrote a review Aug 2018
Huddersfield, United Kingdom861 contributions376 helpful votes
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It's not got masses of slides but is still a really good fun day out, and benefits from being well run, clean, attractive and quite relaxed. Best for those seeking repeated fun slides and smiles rather than massive ones. Main points are: - main group of 8 slides as you face them entered via the same staircase but with 2 platforms. Top one is for 2 fast kamikazee slides (but not too steep or fast as these things go) and 2 windy slow anaconda slides, one mostly open the other enclosed for stretches. You can almost get stuck in those in places! From the lower platform you access a choice of 4 'surfer hill slides' - medium fast with bumps, all much the same but one ('viper') is enclosed. - no age or height limits stated for the above slides, just need to be a swimmer (of any ability - exit pool is not deep). Most the slides probably suit a confident age 6ish upwards, prob more often 10ish+ for the kamikazes - the separate 'gin-co' slide has 5 side by side lanes that go straight down with some bumps. Good fun, not really fast. You can choose to go down on a single or double ring (separate Q for those) or go down with a mat or nothing. 1 metre minimum height. Nicely themed sensory entry to the slide too - big pool has a medium wave machine that doesn't run that often - seemed hourly but with a gap in early afternoon. Aquarobics now and then too. It's quite deep at the end so watch out for young kids/weak swimmers - staff manage things well and safely - there's a kids pool with a few slides and splashy fun - a 'sensory' pool has a mix of shallow and deeper swimable area with water jets and waterfalls etc - you pay extra for hot tubs 2e for 15 mins - Entry is 21euro for age 12-69, 17e for age 3-11 and free for less than 3 or 70+ - free parking on the left as you approached the entrance a couple of minutes walk) or 3e to be in the shade in the car park that adjoins the entrance -it's a bit hard to find and not well signed. Plan in advance or google map it. - you pay for lockers and sun beds once in the park at the 'bazar' - a small bamboo roofed kiosk at the edge of the main pool that also sells inflatables. It's 4e for a safety deposit box underneath a bamboo umbrella with 4 chairs. Bigger lockers and are also charged and by the entrance and changing rooms and showers - food and drink options/prices are better than expected! Various burgers and meal options cost around 4-7 euro, but water is cheap and coffee a bargain at 1.20! Also nice plates of fruit and yoghurt from a drinks kiosk towards the entrance - a very nice picnic area too with tables shaded under trees to the side of the main slides group
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Sean H wrote a review Aug 2018
17 contributions4 helpful votes
Having been to water parks in Spain and Portugal, this one compares well. 80euro for a family of four. Good range of rides and queues not usually more than 5 mins. Plenty of umbrellas and free to use chairs. Quite clever lockers built into umbrellas for 4euro. Food was better than average in terms of selection. Usual fast food plus fruit plates and waffles. Price on par. Overall a good day out....we stayed from 1030 to just before closing at six.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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@seb_pex wrote a review Aug 2018
Bath, United Kingdom73 contributions24 helpful votes
So we stayed in Ville de Corsano - Some hour and 15 minutes from the coast but decided to drive to this water park . High season so expected parking chaos and queuing . NO ! Parking right out side the entrance I would def advise paying the 3 euro for shaded parking . The cost seems expensive but - we spent 7 hours here so it’s really good value - toilets really clean - food cheap and freshly cooked , only burgers and fries type food but for a bit extra there is fresh pasta etc. Loads of life guards who are helpful and polite they do not tell you off but guide you to be safe . The wave machines and pool aerobics are good fun and the slides are fab for all levels of excitement . We loved the float tube slides really good fun. All in all a really fun day out in a well organised and managed park . It was busy but the way it’s run means that you don’t really notice it at all. We hardly queued at all.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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