Water parks are great option for a family holiday in Spain, especially when temperatures soar. Some of the best water parks in Spain located close to famous tourist resorts and; offer free bus service from local towns. However, your age water parks are great option for having fun and relaxing, and it provides different attractions from swimming pools to jaw-dropping thrill rides.
We’ve put together the final list of top 7 best water parks in Spain. No matter where you are, you can enjoy a fun-filled day in the water.
1- Aqualandia, Benidorm:
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Aqualandia Water Park is located in Benidorm. This water park is the first in Spain that provides a diversity of attractions and water activities for all ages.
Aqualandia opened in 1985 and was Europe’s biggest water park until Siam Park opened in 2008. It is just 3 miles from the famous Costa Blanca resort of Benidorm. This park offers many facilities, From sunbathing areas and swimming pools to water slides and river rapids.
2- Aqualand El Arenal:
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Aqualand El Arenal is the biggest park in the south of Mallorca Island. This park offers a great family day out and different attractions for all ages. Little ones can test the Dragonland, where slides and a giant dragon sculpture will keep them enjoying for hours. Besides, they can try Adventureland, where mini versions of the adult slides let them join in the action. In addition, adults can explore the Multipista slides or jump over the huge waves off Surf Beach.
3- Siam Park – Costa Adeje, Tenerife:
Siam Park is one of Europe’s biggest water parks, located in Costa Adeje, on the southern part of the island of Tenerife. This Thailand-themed water park provides best attractions, also known for its largest artificial waves in the world, reaching up to 3 meters high.
The water park covers an incredible 145,000 square feet of exquisite, also a vertical, see-through slide called the Tower of Power that shoots through a pool of sharks and stingrays. Or you could sit and enjoy the Thai architecture, bridges, waterfalls, and flora on a lazy river ride, sunbathe on Siam’s white sandy beach is also great attraction for families, kids, and surfing.
4- Aqualand Torremolinos, Malaga :
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Aqualand Torremolinos is one of the best water parks in Spain and the biggest on the Costa del Sol, Malaga. The water park is famous for a large pool with waves almost 1 m high, which attracts many visitors. Besides, this park has a wide range of attractions are suitable for all ages, such as the dizzying 22-meter Kamikaze, tightly twisted Anaconda, spacious swimming pools, and plenty of areas to enjoy and rest under the Costa Del Sol sunshine.
5- Water World, Lloret:
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Water World is the principal water park and one of the most popular attractions for all ages on the Costa Brava. Besides, the park has a spectacular range of rides and draws from the tamest paddling pools to the scariest slides.
Children can play on Kiddie Island or splash around in Kids’ Lagoon, while older ones can test their bravery on rides including Speed Furious, a vertical drop, and Storm.
6- PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park:
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Caribe Aquatic Park is one of the major attractions of Port Aventura, located near Salou. Besides, it is Spain’s most-visited theme park. Kids can play Jack Sparrow in the pirates’ playground, while older ones can try the highest free-fall slide in Europe, besides you can relax on a sun lounger at Bahama Beach.
7- Agua Magica , Sevilla
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Agua Magica Park is located in the center of the historic city of Seville, Spain. The park is a refreshing oasis with different attractions like themed pools, Water slides, a Relaxation zone, a 1km swimming pool, toboggans, river rides, rollercoasters, and a Children’s splash zone.
Aqua Magica has situated interior the Isla Magica enclosure; you need to buy a combined ticket for both parks to escape the scorching summer sun.