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!
A spectacular Nature Park in Benidorm featuring more than 1500 animals of 200 different species, 50 of which are in serious danger of extinction, along with 2500 specimens of more than 160 species of tree from every region of the world.
Terra Natura is a theme park for the whole family and for all ages, which goes beyond simply a leisure and nature-based concept.
It offers the chance to journey to exotic locations in Europe, Asia and the Americas, to discover the folklore, culture, customs, cuisine, crafts, flora and fauna of all three continents in just one day, without even leaving Benidorm.
As soon as you step through the gateway at Terra Natura you will feel like an explorer on a real adventure thanks to the themed design of each section: the Americas, with a touch of magic; Asia, a spiritual land; Europe, life by the sea.
The other key feature of the park are the animals: with every kind of animal from 200 different species on display.
Alongside the huge and comprehensive zoological collection, the educational facilities (courtesy of the biology information boards and teaching points), the architectural setting and the shows, activities and adventure pursuits on offer all make Terra Natura the first choice for families looking to spend a pleasant and fun day out in a natural setting.
The complex, which is fully adapted for disabled people, also features the "Aqua Natura" waterpark and a children's play area for the youngest visitors.
What are you waiting for? Come and enjoy the natural world!
|Opening hours||MON-FRI 10:30-18:00h|
|Telephone||902 50 04 14|
|Address||C/FOIA DEL VERDADER 1. 03502 BENIDORM|
|Website||GO TO WEBSITE|
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