Aqualandia Water Park in Benidorm

Situated in one of the busiest tourist havens on the Costa Blanca, Aqualandia water park in Benidorm provides a thrilling day out for the whole family. This popular water park is beautifully designed with fantastic landscaped green areas and located next door to Mundomar marine animal park, another well known attraction in Benidorm.
Aqualandia, Benidorm

Aqualandia, Benidorm’s Number One Water Park

Aqualandia houses a good selection of water attractions with 15 fun and adrenaline-fueled rides for everyone to enjoy as you take in the super weather on offer. Aqualandia water park has a variety of shops and eateries providing a great selection of cuisine and snacks, including a coffee shop, pizzeria, burger restaurant, waffles and ice creams. For those wishing to bring their own refreshments, there are picnic areas dotted around the park but please note, no glass or tin containers are permitted!

Aqualandia Water Park Attractions

The 15 main Aqualandia water park attractions offer a good combination or relaxing, radical and family rides with many smaller water fun amusements thrown in also. There is a minimum height restriction on most of the rides with some allowing children accompanied by an adult. Aqualandia is one of the top things to do in Benidorm while the fantastic Adventureland is designed and suitable for children of all ages. With various pools, slides, water throwers, climbing frames and an exciting maze, the young ones can have great fun here whilst their parents brave the bigger rides. Aqualandia have introduced a thrilling new ride aptly named Verti-Go. Not for the faint-hearted, after a dizzying climb you enter an enclosed capsule above a near vertical drop, then at the push of a button the standing platform is whisked from under your feet leaving you to free fall down the slide which gradually tapers off slowing your decent into the pool at the bottom. Equally among the most thrilling of the water slides in Europe is the Big Bang, a series of chutes sending you hurtling to the pools below from an incredible height. For a more relaxing time there is the huge Wave Pool, Grand Jacuzzi, Niagara and the gentle Amazonas where visitors can float the river and truly relax.

Aqualandia Opening Times & Ticket Prices

Aqualandia normally opens at 10am and closes at 7pm but the times can vary throughout the year.Ticket prices also vary depending on age and whether you want to spend all day at Aqualandia or just an afternoon. Afternoon tickets are only valid for entry after 3pm whereas all day tickets as implied are valid for the entire day.  It’s also worth pointing out that there are big discounts to be enjoyed for family tickets or for groups of friends, especially if you purchase your tickets online. Visitors to Aqualandia can also pay a little extra to experience Mundomar marine animal park on the same or a different day. Below are the current price lists for summer 2016, if 2 prices are indicated the price to the left is for box office sales and to the right is the buy online ticket prices.
Tickets once purchased are valid for the whole day, as mentioned above the online price is located to the right where big discounts can be had for purchasing your tickets online.

One Day Tickets

Adult 37.0 € 31.0 €
Junior 28.0 € 24.0 €
Senior 28.0 € 24.0 €

Afternoon Tickets (after 3pm)

Adult 24.0 € 23.0 € (online)
Junior 20.0 € 19.0 € (online)
Senior 20.0 € 19.0 € (online)

1 Day Aqualandia + 1 Day Mundomar

Adult 49.0 €
Junior 36.0 €
Senior 36.0 €


Top Water Rides at Aqualandia

Aqualandia has over 20 fantastic water rides, below is a little information about some of the most popular.


Verti-Go at Aqualandia is currently the second highest water slide in Europe at 33 metres, the green slide is slightly shorter at 27 metres. Both slides propel their visitors at incredible speeds of around 100km per hour for an amazing adrenaline fueled experience. Height restrictions apply for Verti-Go.

Big Bang

The Big Bang is a series of chutes that allows the ultimate free-fall sensation for it’s visitors as they are propelled at high velocity towards the waiting water below. Height restrictions apply and you must know how to swim to experience the Big Bang.

Wave Pool

The Wave Pool at Aqualandia is absolutely huge and great fun for all the family. The wave pool is broken up into sections which gradually get deeper, each section has a line to indicate each individual section, children must be able to swim with or without floats in order to proceed beyond the first section.

The Amazon

The Amazon or Amazonas as it’s known in Spanish is a relaxing circular river that gently takes it’s visitors on a picturesque journey to enjoy the natural beauty of Aqualandia. Children must be able to swim or be accompanied by an adult to experience the Amazon.

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