Aqualandia

A great natural setting in Benidorm where visitors can enjoy a wide variety of water-based rides, along with a range of additional services. Come and enjoy a water party in Europe's largest aquatic fun park!

The Aqualandia Water Park covers more than 150,000 square metres of pure fun, with 50,000 square metres of free parking.

The waterpark also features a range of different pools, slides and children's play areas through which millions of litres of water flow having first been drawn from the sea, treated and recycled using advanced water treatment systems.

It also features large parkland areas which have been repopulated with the full range of local vegetation; picnic areas and services, souvenir shop, photographs, ATM service, luggage locker rental, safety deposit boxes, sun lounger rental, flotation devices…everything you could imagine.

Overall, Aqualandia boasts 27 rides for all ages, designed to ensure a fun day to suit all tastes.

The most popular rides include the "Big Bang", the highest waterslide in Europe; "Splash", the "Pistas Blandas" and the "Black Hole". There is also a pool with artificial waves, a canal which surrounds it, and two whirlpool baths for visitors to relax in.

Zoom down the highest slides, enjoy the ultimate rides with your loved ones, join in at the amphitheatre with the sea lions, marvel at the new rock landscapes and the huge waterfalls surrounding the site, and take the kids along to the new children's play areas.

Experience a real water party! At Aqualandia in Benidorm the thrills are guaranteed.

Type WATER PARK
Opening hours MON-SUN 10:00-20:30h
Telephone 96 586 01 00
Address SIERRA HELADA S/N RINCÓN DE LOIX 03502 BENIDORM
Website GO TO WEBSITE

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