Benidorms Largest Fun Bath
At Aqualandia you can ride one of the highest water chutes in Europe: reaching a height of 30 meters with a gradient of 66 per cent, you plunge down one of the four fibreglass tubes submerged in the water. The Big Bang is a green tunnel-like tube with three open tracks coloured yellow, blue and red.
Comprising 14 pools, 27 water chutes and 10 play areas for children set in the midst of a green oasis, Aqualandia promises hours of enjoyment.
When it opened in 1985 the Park was by far the largest of its kind in the whole of Spain: 200,000 square metres in total with many green areas, domestic plantsand shady palm trees that provide the ideal place for a picnic. More than 60 lifeguards are on hand for the security of the bathers. For children under 1.25 meters high riding the chutes are forbidden.
Small pools with little fountains entices the youngest visitors.
For small snacks there are a number of cafes in the Park. It is also permissible to bring picnics with you, but please do not bring glasses, bottles or cans for safety reasons. Within the Park you will also find souvenir shops, cashpoints, a lost property office, a photo service and safes where you can leave any valuables.