Water Parks in Majorca
Water Parks in Majorca, Aqua City and Aqua Land, are a great day out for the family of all ages. When the temperatures soar what better place to play and cool down…and what a great alternative to the beach.
Over two dozen hotels give you the chance to visit these parks as a package deal, along with a Western Park visit.
I have visited all three water parks. Aqua land a number of times with my family, Aqua City when I went with friends to Magaluf and Western Park when I joined friends during a two week vacation.
AquaCity – S’Arenal
The largest water park in Majorca and in Europe is situated on the South of the Island in Palma, Arenal. The park opens at 10am between May and October and consists of 16 swimming pools. There are a number of special offers for children under 12 yrs, school trips and groups. Children under 3 yrs go in for free and you can pick up discount vouchers easily from information centres.
Aqualand – Magaluf
This attraction is a smaller version of Aqua City. The main attractions are the Grand Canyon, the Banzai and the Devil’s Tail. The park is good for the children as it has a lot of shelter from the sun and there are many rides. Entry is €21 for adults and €13 for children.
Western Park – Magaluf
This Park in its name lets you know it has a Wild West style. The rides are old looking but are safe. Many of the rides are for the more willing. As Aqua land and Western Park are near to each other, I would recommend if you were taking children to visit Aqua land, as there is less shelter in Western Park and the park is less suited for children, as Aqua land is. Entry is €21 for adults and €13 for children.