We went to sea the night show of syncronised swimming with dolphins and it did not let us down! The aquarium itself is quite spectacular with 12 different sections divided by geography (like a mediterranean section, a red sea section and so on). One can spend a few hours studying all the marine life housed in here. The whole place is beautiful in construction and very well maintained. It is by far the biggest aquarium I have ever visited and it has a spectacular 'underwater' restaurant to eat a gourmet meal in. As mentioned we came for the summer night show which had its opening night. It was very well produced with light and sound effects in addition to the performing people and dolphins. The theme was Hawaiian, complete with a smoking volcano and we enjoyed it very much. The whole place and show is very well suited to families and although the show started at 22.45 there were lots of Spanish kids present.
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