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Visited the aquarium after travelling to Aigues-Mortes, only about 10 minutes away.
The kids always like to see the sharks!
Their comment was it was good, but not as good as the seaquarium in Bourlogne, you may well ask why travel so far!
After a 30 minute queue to get in the whole experience was ruined by the crush inside. Lots of fish of various types and sizes but couldn't get close to a lot of tanks because of crowds. It was hot, sweaty and noisy inside and...More
We've been to the Seaquarium a couple of times and it never fails to disappoint. I great interactive attraction for kids and adults. We've been at Easter before and we're worried it would be busy peak season. Despite queues to get in it was lovely...More
I am quite torn when it comes to this aquarium. I went here with my toddler and she loved it. There is a great variety of fish but what really takes you breath away are the sharks! They are huge! I couldn't stop marvelling at...More
Our two 14 year olds had overdosed on all things Roman so a change was required today.
We came here and although busy it was very enjoyable.
Lots of different tanks with many varieties of fish and other marine animals.
Lots of interesting things for...More
We visited this one the day after the aquarium Mare Nostrum in Montpelier.it's smaller but it compensated by more places for kids to play so you can spent all afternoon. There are many interactive games so in the end, even if it has smaller fishes...More
Place a large and impressive . The area has many species of fish and other sea creatures . Loved to go to the caves as sharks swim overhead . The area is divided into sub- sections of sea creatures . Hmkoom is a learning no...More
Hiya I was wondering if anyone knows approx cost of a taxi from Golden Sands Park to seaquarium? It is for 2 adults 1 child and a toddler and pushchair. THanks
July 30, 2013|
Leeds, United Kingdom
What Family Things to do in North Wales (6 Replies)
We are planning a trip to North wales last weekend of August and was wondering what sort of things/activities we can do as a family, 2 Adults and 2 children 7yrs and 1 yr. Was thinging of Beaches, Tir Prince, Knightly Funfair, Conwy Castle,Welsh Mountain Zoo, Greenwood Forest park, Rhyl SunCentre and village centre, SeaQuarium If Anyone has used or have been to any of these, can you please share with me your experiences. Any info on cheap/free parking in llanduno, Rhyll Thank you
August 01, 2010|
If the weather's good the beaches should be able to provide much of your entertainment. You don't say where you're planning on staying but there are excellent sandy beaches in most of the coastal towns. Llandudno also has donkeys, Punch and Judy and the pier. Conwy castle is great for kids although might be hard work with a buggy. Our kids have always enjoyed the Mountain Zoo, good walks and places to picnic. I haven't been to the other places you mention. There are free paddling pools at...More