If you're looking for a change from the beach, or paddling in the sea isn't for you, head to the Aquapark Costa Teguise for a fun-packed family day out. With a huge water park and lots of other adventure attractions, it's impossible to get bored here.
Getting to Aquapark Costa TeguiseYou'll find this Costa Teguise waterpark on the outskirts of the resort, just a couple of kilometres from the centre. Arrive via a shuttle bus, or park your hire car here free of charge. There are also regular bus services to and from the attraction via line 1 from Arrecife, line 3 from Puerto del Carmen, and line 25 from Puerto Calero. The park is just a 20-minute drive or 22km from Puerto del Carmen, or about 35-40 minutes or 41km from Playa Blanca, so it's well within reach of most of Lanzarote's holiday resorts.
Attractions at Aquapark Costa TeguiseAquapark is perfect for adults and children alike, with big water slides to get your adrenaline pumping, and a more sedate lazy river journey if you prefer to just chill out and take things slow for a while. Relax in the whirlpool, or take the children to the mini toboggans and Children's Splash section where the water is much shallower.
Other things to doFor a different kind of adrenaline action, head to the indoor paintballing track, the only one in Lanzarote, for an exciting game of paintball. Watch a movie at the Cinema 10D, which has full HD projection, or take your children to the Adventure Park, where they can participate in an exciting obstacle course with mobile bridges and a free-climbing wall.
Food and drinkWhenever you're feeling peckish at the Aquapark Costa Teguise, just head to the Costa Teguise waterpark restaurant, where you can enjoy a tasty lunch to recharge your batteries for the afternoon.
Important informationThis Costa Teguise waterpark is closed in the cooler months, when it's not quite warm enough for outdoor swimming and sunbathing. Buy tickets online or at the park for a half day or full day, and benefit from free Wi-Fi on site so you can upload those Snapchat shots straight away. The park also has a special summer camp, which is suitable for children aged 4 to 14 and includes great leisure activities such as crafts and sports.
Other places to visit near Aquapark Costa TeguiseSpend some time at the nearby Lanzarote Aquarium, where you can see the aquatic locals, including a superb shark tunnel. Or head north to the stunning Cactus Garden where you can wander through over 10,000 prickly plants at a site designed by Lanzarote's greatest icon, the artist and architect César Manrique. Go west and explore the natural volcanic of Timanfaya National Park, where you can see over 100 volcanoes and enjoy incredible views from the acclaimed El Diablo restaurant. Or head down to the Rancho Texas Lanzarote Park, where you can watch amazing animal shows or have a splash at the pool and water slides similar to those at the Costa Teguise waterpark.