Costa Blanca's largest water park and one of the most popular family theme parks in the country, Aqualandia is renowned for its thrilling rides and attractions for all ages. If you're looking for family fun in the sun on your Benidorm break, Aqualandia is the place to be. Our guide to Aqualandia Benidorm will tell you all you need to know about planning the perfect family day out at this exciting water park.
When is it open?Benidorm Aqualandia is open from 10am to 7pm from the end of May to September. It's worth looking into purchasing a combo ticket, as this includes admission to other theme parks and attractions in the resort too.
How to get thereAqualandia is situated just a short drive away from the centre of the resort. It takes under 10 minutes to get here by rental car or taxi, and there's plenty of parking available once you arrive. If you'd prefer to travel by public transport, there are a number of different buses you can take. You can hop on the number 11 or 47 from the town centre or the number 1 or 4 from the railway station, all of which will take you right to the water park in around 20 minutes.
AttractionsOne of the best things about Aqualandia is the fact it has something for all ages. There are thrilling, adrenaline-fuelled slides, including the longest slide in the world. For younger children, there's the Atlantic Surf Pool, the Laguna, and Adventureland. If you're looking to relax and unwind while the kids splash about, just pull up one of the sunbeds by the pool or plan a family picnic in one of the many grassy areas. With plenty of shops, restaurants and cafés serving international cuisine, snacks, drinks and ice cream, there's plenty on offer to keep everyone satisfied and enjoying an amazing family day out.
RidesThrill seekers are spoiled for choice at Aqualandia. Throw yourself at speed down the Kamikaze, take off on the multi-track slides or enjoy the thrill of Europe's highest water slide, the Big Bang. One of the newest rides at the park is the Cyclon, the longest slide in the world, stretching for 220 metres. At 36 metres high, you'll almost experience zero gravity on your descent. There's plenty to keep younger visitors happy too, with several different areas offering calmer slides like the Laguna and the Niagara.
Things to doWhen you're not whizzing down a water slide or splashing about in the pool, you'll be pleased to know there's plenty of fun to be had on dry land too here. There are a variety of shops selling everything from ice cream to souvenirs of your day out. Or why not head for one of the restaurants or snack bars for a bite to eat before your next ride?
- Book your ticket in advance online to save money and beat the queues.
- Pack a picnic as food and drink inside the park can be expensive
- Children aged 0-4 get in for free.
- You can rent a locker at the park to keep your valuables safe.