Fun times at Aqualand and Holiday World

Take the family to the amazing Aqualand Maspalomas water park, the perfect place to cool off in the hot Canarian sun. If you’re looking for something different to the beach and the sea, spend a few hours or a full day at the best water park in the Canary Islands.

What to see and do at Aqualand Maspalomas

Take the children to Kidzworld, where they can splash about in a fantastic water playground, or ride down the huge water slides for some adrenaline action. Relax in the big bubble pool, or take some time out on the lazy river while you ride on one of the rubber rings.

Dining and shopping

When everyone needs a quick refuel, grab a bite to eat at one of the cafés or self-service areas at this Maspalomas water park, where you’ll find excellent family friendly menus including tasty meals and snacks. Then head to the gift shop, where you can find everything from sunglasses to footwear and personalised AQUALAND t-shirts and children’s toys.

Other useful information

Queues can get long during the summer, so save money and time by booking your tickets to Aqualand Maspalomas online, or consider a Family Pack or Friends Pack to benefit form even bigger savings. The park is open throughout the year, with slightly longer opening hours from July until the beginning of September.

Getting to Aqualand Maspalomas

The easiest way to reach this Maspalomas water park is to take a Global Bus from Playa del Inglés, Faro Maspalomas, Puerto Rico or San Agustín, or drive and park your car here for free.

Other places to visit nearby

A short journey away from this Maspalomas water park is Palmitos Park, a superb botanical garden with an aviary, aquarium and other animal exhibits. It’s also famous for its dolphinarium, and is home to hundreds of prickly cactus species at its Cactus Garden. Book tickets to both parks to benefit from further savings so you can enjoy two fun-packed family days out.

Another fantastic family attraction within easy reach of Aqualand Maspalomas is Sioux City Park, a purpose-built Wild West town with cowboy duels, a zoo, Western dances, horse parades, delicious barbecues and more. Or you could head to the Dunes of Maspalomas, a mini desert wilderness where you can go camel riding and see the 19th century Maspalomas Lighthouse. All along the coast of Gran Canaria, you’ll find glorious sandy beaches which are ideal for sunbathing, although if you want a bit more action, try some water-skiing or snorkelling.