This was our second visit - and as impressive as the last. Our son is a sealife fanatic, so we always try to find places like this to visit. We went before the Easter holidays, and it was quiet late morning/lunchtime, but a large noisy school group descended as we were leaving so plan accordingly! The aquarium tanks are well laid out and make for some great exhibits, including a large array of shark species. In many ways, the whole place is quite unassuming and low-key, but it is a very pleasant way to pass a few hours.
The huge underwater tank with the seals is really impressive. We had an amazing experience with one seal who came right up to the glass and played with us, performing aquabatics to match our hand gestures. The education area near the exit had a pretty good computer quest game to highlight the plight of the Mediterranean Monk Seal - fun and educational.
Well worth a visit. It is a cut above many other aquariums we have visited around the world in much larger cities than La Grau! I was surprised that this is the first review in English - it deserves more attention.
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