Spain is home to interesting culture, gorgeous sandy beaches, exciting cities, areas of outstanding natural beauty, party hotspots, and historical spots. It is also home to some great water parks, perfect for some fun filled days. Water parks offer fun for all the family, as well as for groups of friends, solo travellers, and couples. They are a great way to cool off in the sun without getting more sand stuck to your skin!
Here are some of the best water parks in Spain, each offering something different and oodles of fun and laughter:
Aquavelis, Torre Del Mar
Up there with the best water parks in Spain is the excellent Aquavelis. It is the biggest water park in the area, offering over 20 different water based attractions. There are pools, slides, a wave pool, a sunbathing area, and other rides. There is a big café, serving a range of food and drink.
Catering to kids and adults, Aqualandia offers an enticing selection of fast and slow water rides, as well as sunbathing areas and dining outlets. There are river rapids, racing slides, regular slides, fast chutes, pools, relaxing rides, and more.
Illa Fantasia, Barcelona
This great water park contains three large pools, over 20 slides, and other fun activities and rides. There is a charming picnic area as well as an onsite restaurant.
Aqualean, Costa Dorada
Here you will find not only a great water park but also a safari that is home to a wide selection of different animals. There are several different types of big cats, including lions, tigers, and jaguars, and smaller animals such as mere cats, raccoons, rabbits, horse, pigs, and prairie dogs. Visitors can enjoy a ride on a safari bus. A dedicated surf area, known as Surf Beach, is ideal for those who like to ride the waves. There is a separate children’s area within the water park, offering a safe and fun environment for families.
Attractions include a slalom, extreme slides, perfect for adrenalin junkies, racing slides, river rapids, and a ride similar to a roller coaster, only wet! There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the park.
Aqua Natura, Benidorm
Within this great water park you will find a children’s pool, a variety of slides, including some at great height, a wave pool, a hydrotherapy pool, and the only water park across the globe where zero gravity can be experienced. The ride is called La Cresta, and is a combination of water slide and roller coaster. People can enjoy the buzz alone or in pairs.
There is a real tropical feeling to this water part. It is set in gorgeous surroundings, complete with palm trees, beach huts, and reggae music. There are opportunities for surfing, sunbathing, relaxing, shooting down slides, swimming, bobbing in the wave pool, rafting, and more. It is a really individual and unique water park in Spain.
There are also some great water parks on some of the Spanish islands. Try out some of these best water parks in Spain for a splashingly good day out!