There’s nothing quite like splashing about in a waterpark to cool off on a hot, sunny day in Menorca. Luckily, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to waterparks on this sunshine island, and we’ve handpicked the very best waterparks in Menorca for you to visit on your holiday. Which one will you take the kids to?
Aquarock, Cala‘n Bosch
Menorca’s biggest waterpark has something for everyone, and it’s open every day in summer, from May to September. At Aquarock in Cala’n Bosch, you’ll find waterslides, a wave pool, water jets, and a splash pool for younger kids, as well as a whirlpool where you can relax while the kids splash about. On dry land, there’s a go-kart track (you’ll need to pay extra for this) and trampolines, so there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
Los Delfines Aqua Center, Los Delfines
The Los Delfines Aqua Center lies on Menorca’s west coast. When it comes to Menorca waterparks this is one you simply can’t afford to miss. Popular with families, this huge park has a range of slides like the terrifying Kamikaze or the death-defying Black Hole, as well as gentler rides for younger kids. There’s also go-karting and extensive gardens where you can enjoy a picnic in the sunshine, as well as a restaurant. The park is open every day from May to September and children aged 0-3 years of age go free.
Carema Splash Park, Carema Club Resort, Playas de Fornell
This small but attraction-packed park has pirate themed features, jets, fountains, a water bucket and eight slides to choose from. Its elevated setting affords beautiful views over the Bay of Tirant, so pack your camera. This is a great destination if you have younger children with you.
Splash Sur Menorca, Sant Lluis
Open every day, Splash Sur Menorca is one of the best waterparks in Menorca, popular with kids of all ages. With the Kamikaze slide, Multipista multi-track slide (great for racing), the Black Hole, where you’ll descend in total darkness and the Rio Adventure, where you race to the bottom on a giant donut, it’s easy to see why this park is such a hit. Don’t miss the longest slide in the park, the Giant Tobago. There’s a Jacuzzi where mum and dad can relax with a drink, and a children’s area where young kids can splash about away from the main slides.
Club Sant Jaime (Son Bou)
If you’re looking for free Menorca waterparks then bring the kids to Club Sant Jaime. This small waterpark is best for those with very young children, as there are only a few small water slides, a pool and baby pool. With a bar and restaurant where you can enjoy a drink or lunch, there’s also a garden with loungers and a games room. After dark, there’s nightly live entertainment most evenings.
Whichever waterpark you choose in Menorca, remember that most are open daily during the summer season from May to September, although it’s always best to check before making your journey.