We spent a full day from 11.45am - 6.00pm in May 2013. It is an expensive entry ticket, we paid just over 100euros for 2 adults and 1 five year old, so you really do want to stay all day, see all the shows and get your money's worth! I think in high season you can have a more expensive hopper ticket and also visit the water park, or farm park, or golf park, all right next to each other. You'll also need to pay a 7 euro car park ticket. So the big shows everyone wants to see are the orcas and dolphin's, you'll need to get seated at least 4 5mins before the shows start, and get in early if its hot to get a seat in the shade. It is spectacular to see the orcas up close, although they didn't do everything in the show as planned, and the trainers explained this away by saying its the mating season and they are more un-co-operative than usual, not sure if this is totally true, or the orcas just rebelling, but it is remarkable to see them live. The dolphin show was also very good, lovely interaction between the trainers and dolphins. The sea-lions are also nice, younger kids will like this. Between shows you can spend time at the other parts of the park including shark tunnel, aquarium, play parks, penguin area, dinosaur walk, maritime museumn, there's plenty to do.
Food is of course mainly the same fair as your standard theme park offerings, baguette sandwiches, burger, hot-dog fast food and ice creams. Only negative for me was the polar bear who was doing that relentless pacing back and forwards, probably from boredom, so didn't really like that. On the whole a good, but expensive family day out.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.