We visited this water park in August 2013 with out 16 year old son. We're told the park is quite newly built - and so expected it to be along the size of Siam Water Park in Tenerife, with loads of water rides and slides to enjoy. However, this wasn't the case. Plus points are that it's reasonably priced for a water park, plenty of lockers available to rent (you pay 7 EURO and get 5 back when you return the key), spotlessly clean walkways, water is clean and clear, and what slides there are - are well maintained. There are plenty of rings to grab along the lazy river (fair size with two water falls and various entry and exits along the route), a fair sized childrens pool area with various slides and plenty of clean loungers and sunshade areas for those who like to sunbathe. Negative points were the wave machine in the main pool, as what it produces is a far cry from being a 'wave', and then only a couple of larger flume slides for the bigger kids and adults. Once you've gone around the lazy river a couple of times and then on the 2 water slides, you've done all that's there! It's quite disappointing, as what is there is very good quality and well looked after - but they just haven't put enough in the park for guests to be able to spend a decent amount of time there without either going on the same two slides over and over - or getting bored, hence it doesn't appear to offer good value to money. Preferred the other water park on the island - in Costa Teguise, as although that park was older and the flooring could definately do with a revamp, there were many more rides, slides and pools to enjoy there, and you can spend longer there without getting bored!
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