A huge park with great play equipment for all ages. Free entrance makes it even more appealing. You can buy an "extras" ticket as you go in the main entrance - it´s 3 euros and it allows the use of the zip line, giant trampolines and bouncy castle (I think this is replaced by the splash park in the summer holidays). It´s worth the extra if you´re going to be there a while and if it´s not too busy - and it´s a long walk back to the entrance if you decide you want tickets when you reach the trampolines / zipline at the other end, so buy as you go in.
There is a sand play area with several houses to play in, giant slides and log swings, climbing frames, several interesting see-saws, football/basketball pitches, musical instruments and if you check the website there are other events on there too.
Staff were great when we were there, really pleasant and interested in the children (it was v quiet when we were there.) Check the opening times on the website too, as they seem a bit bonkers to English people, but are mostly to do with the temperature. (They open until 1am or later in the summer!)
Considerations; There is not a great deal of shade, so if it´s a very hot day, beware. You are not allowed to consume your own food and drink inside, but there are cafés at either end, which are very reasonable.
Really good half-day out for the children - and active adults can join in a lot too! Parking is free and quite a lot of it. It isn´t terribly well sign-posted - but if you can find Carrefour Norte it is close-by.
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