Are you heading off on your holiday to Benidorm with some children of varying ages and you’re looking for a one stop shop to list all the best in terms of water and amusement parks in the city? Look no further – this article will list the top amusement and water parks in the region.
Brand, spanking new! This amusement park is opening in April 2017, so it couldn’t be any more new. It’s slated as being the largest, most exciting theme park in Europe with something happening in every inch of the park! Including street performers, pirates and gladiator themes as well as even nightly cabaret and variety shows, this is the park to beat. Tickets from 25 euros each, with the ability to beat the queues and book online.
Terra Natura and Aqua Natura
This combined park for both kids and adults brings the animal kingdom into incredibly close proximity, allowing everyone the chance to get up close and personal with animals and aquatic life of all kinds. Shows are put on several times a day, featuring some of the animals you find here which are sure to delight and impress. Aqua Natura is a great waterpark that allows time for fun and frivolity or just plain relaxing as well.
Get the swimsuits on and hit the slides with Benidorm’s premier waterpark, Aqualandia. Re-opening in May for the summer season, this waterpark boasts crazy waterslides as well as a great lagoon for relaxing in the sun. Perfect for families, groups of friends and children of all ages, Aqualandia is sure to delight and impress everyone from ages 8-80, so come have a whale of a time. Tickets start at 25 euros for day passes. A perfect way to spend a day in Benidorm.
Opening again in mid-March, Mudomar is a fantastical water world where marine life meets land to put on shows of amazement such as the dancing dolphins. Don’t miss the comedic stylings of the parrots or sea lions and be sure to check out their giant aquarium. Tickets from 21 euros.
Connected to Terra Mitica, this park seems to be formerly part of the Terra Mitica theme park overall but has in recent years seemingly changed so that Iberia Park is now free entry to the area with a lagoon and river, as well as picnic areas with a few rides and other attractions. It seems that while it’s free, you will still need to pay for rides individually so be prepared. It’s a good idea to bring a picnic lunch as meals in the area of Iberia park can be around seven euros upwards. A good day out all around, and one where even the locals come to for an afternoon. Swimming possible in the lagoon and river area.
So there you have a quick rundown of some of the parks available to head to in Benidorm for those who are looking for something new and exciting while in the area. Save some money by booking tickets in advance online and beat the queues at the park themselves. Enjoy!