Water Parks in Benidorm

Water Parks in Benidorm - Aqua Natura and Aquanlandia

There are two water parks in Benidorm Aquanatura and Aqualandia 

AQUA NATURA Water Park Benidorm - Open everyday from 19th June 2021 BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

water parks in Benidorm, Aquanatura

Perfect for any age and situated right next to Terra Natura.

A water park  of 40.000 square meters designed so that EVERYONE enjoys themselves equally since the design offers a field of vision that allows the parents rest without worries and relax while the children can play and have fun in the water. Aqua Natura’s water promenade guides you up to the beach area where you can find changing rooms, just relax, sunbathe and get refreshments.

There are more than 1.000 meters of exciting slides and exclusive bathing zones for children  Aqua Natura has five large sections: the wave pool, the water slides, the kid’s pool, the lighthouse breakwater and the Spa-Sun Deck.


Getting to Aqua Natura


On the AP-7 motorway, take exit 65 if approaching from Valencia or exit 65A if coming from Alicante. You can also get here by the N332 highway. Access to the Park is well signposted.


From Benidorm Rincon de  Loix area Line 1. Check routes and times HERE


There are taxi ranks in both Benidorm and the park itself providing services to and from the park.

Aqualandia Benidorm - Now CLOSED for the season

Aqualandia Water Park in Benidorm, was the first water park built in Spain, opened in 1985, Since then it has been not only one of the largest water parks in the world, but also ranks among those which offer the most attractions and facilities as well as outstanding customer service.

Try out over 20 water rides with water sourced directly from the sea.

Water Parks in Benidorm Aqualandia

Aqualandia is an extensive natural area where you can enjoy a wide variety of water activities and many other amenities. It covers an area of 150,000 square metres and has 50,000 square metres of free parking.

Aqualandia also features spacious landscaped areas which have been planted with a variety of local vegetation.

Other facilities and services available at the Park are its picnic areas, souvenir shop, photography, cash dispensers, locker hire, safe deposit boxes, hire of sunbeds and swimming floats.

There are several self-service restaurants including a snack bar, barbecue, pizzeria, burger restaurant, various kiosks, ice-cream parlours, coffee shops, crêpe and kebab stalls.

The park features a variety of pools, slides and children’s games which require millions of litres of water supplied by our own wells. It is filtered and recycled with modern water treatment systems.

New for 2019 - Aqualandia has opened new slide Cyclon, which features heaps of drops, bends and falls, with the ride culminating in a 'zero gravity' type vortex before you land in the final pool.  Perfect for families as the rafts take four people.

Water parks in Benidorm, Aqualandia

Aqualandia Water Park  is also home to Europe’s highest standing slide and the world’s highest capsule slide so there’s plenty to explore.

There are also a lot of other water rides, splash pools and other attractions there’s something for everyone to enjoy a fun day out.

Water parks in Benidorm, Aqualandia


For the little ones. At Adventureland everything is designed for them; their boundless energy can be burnt off here: slides, water throwers, pools with balls, children's maze and many more activities !

Valid for: Children of any age

Adrenaline level: Medium

Wave Pool

Is it a pool? Yes, but it's really big!. It's a pool with waves and which gradually deepens. Are you sure it is a pool? You are in Aqualandia!!

Valid for: Minimum 1.20 cm. tall and able to swim or under 1.20 cm. with an adult

Adrenaline level: Medium Big-Bang

Enjoy an attraction unique in Europe. Slide down a series of chutes to experience the ultimate freefall sensation from an incredible height. Plummet down the Big Bang!

Valid for: Know to swim and more than 1.25 cm

Adrenaline level: High

OPENING TIMES - FROM 09.00 - 21.00

Getting to Aqualandia Water park, Benidorm

By bus - Llorente bus numbers 1 & 11

By Car - If coming on the AP7 motorway (Valencia or Alicante), you should take the Benidorm Levante Callosa d´en Sarrià Exit. After the toll booth, pass the first roundabout and turn left at the second roundabout. Once you see a Gas Station, go straight on along the National Highway until you come to the first set of traffic lights, where you should turn right.

This brings you onto Avenida de Penetración del Rincón de Loix and then continue until you reach a set of traffic lights (leaving Benidorm Palace to your right). At said traffic lights, you should turn left and continue until you reach the Aqualandia car park.

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Which of the two water parks in Benidorm is your favourite? comment below.

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Went to Aqualandia this morning, wouldn’t recommend. Lot less there than we expected also wave pool?? Think there’s more waves in the hotel pool. To get a rubber ring it is €10 a day and €5 for a sun bed??? Never have I ever had to do that in any...

Went to Aqualandia this morning, wouldn’t recommend. Lot less there than we expected also wave pool?? Think there’s more waves in the hotel pool. To get a rubber ring it is €10 a day and €5 for a sun bed??? Never have I ever had to do that in any water park. In the changing rooms have the cheek of putting a sign up ‘we sell shampoo and shower gel in the gift shop’ ? also we came off the ring on the black hole, hit head leg knee feet everything on the tube, staff didn’t even say anything, girlfriend in tears and had trouble breathing and moving so went to medical room quick paracetamol and ice pack and a shove out the door. Extremely disappointed.

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Thanks for adding this to the website Matt. x

Jill Shail
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Aqua natura for definite.. (y) Aqualandia is salt water and they will not like it, Natura is more suited for the smaller kids...

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