Naturlandia, Sant Julia de Loria

Descend through the bends of La Rabassa forest on a two-seater sled on steel rails at Naturlandia, the longest alpine slide in the world. Control your speed throughout the ride using the sled's brake. Be sure to bring hats, gloves, and goggles to protect yourself from the wind and cold. With our custom trip planner, Sant Julia de Loria Parish attractions like Naturlandia can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • I give it only 3 stars, because left me a bittersweet taste. The attraction is the bomb, but first took us 45 minutes to get the entry (no one in the queue we understood so slow) and then we did 2 hours of tail to mount because they gave rain for the afternoon, and everybody said that it first set therein if they closed it What did we juntásemos us all that we were only going to the tobotronc with those who bought all day pass. After nearly 3 hours, we got, the instructions are simple, the lever forward speeds, backwards, slows down, and if you don't touch it the appliance does not move. The tobotronc has a maximum speed of security, so even if you accelerate at the top, you won't leave the Rails not going to pass anything, so the conclusion is easy: accelerate and enjoy the experience!. But to us, 5 carts from the front, we had a lady who was holding back all the time and got us juntásemos up to 8 cars behind it to half way. Not they should let these people ride, if you are afraid, so you pay €12 and 3 hours of tail you suck? but as that cannot control it, what they should do is that the cart moves only by inertia and does not give option to no one touch the brake and annoy the attraction to all the of back. Because no one returns you the money and is a hassle pay and sucking on the tail, then just enjoy the halfway point. So if I read those responsible, seek a solution to that: you take away the brake, or put any system that I advise that there is a slow person and let more time until the following is released so that you do not stop half way. I recommend to go soon, much to park for less Queuing, and if you can book best online, because the queue to get tickets with reservation was half.
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  • Spectacular, adrenaline rush, I rode with my son's 8 and she loved it, 5.5 km of downhill at full throttle (if not you catch that goes ahead and makes you stop). It worth doing an hour of tail, also no need to stop, it stops only, but if you want you can control it.
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  • We really liked the experience. First say that my wife was more than 2 hours queuing up, while I was with the smallest of 2 years (q can do few things there), was so long because when it rains they close such (had forecast rain at 14:00 (, but luckily not rained) why all the people when he entered was going to make tail. The day before closed it.
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  • The queues are long even at off peak days but the attractions are worth the wait. The staff speaks many languages and are patient and helpful. The park is well maintained
  • We came for the long toboggan, wow, it was great... Highly recommended. The food on tje othee hand, not so much.
  • Antes de comprar la entrada hay que mirar las colas de las atracciones, por que puedes esperar hasta dos horas para montarte una vez. Hay personas en la cola que guardan el sitio para otras diez, que se van colando. Before buying the tickets, look at the queues for the attractions. There are people in the queue saving the place for other ten, that will skip the line. And you can wait for two hours to ride the lazy thing.
  • Went yesterday, (family of 4), to spend the day. Biggest disappointment are the queues and poor service. There was hardly any staff to assist visitors or even helping at the entrance which should be welcoming. Instead we waited for nearly 2 hours just to get in. There were 2 queues, both with 2 people to cash in and give a map and the bracelet tickets to enter. The shortest queue was for people with reserved tickets, but the longest queue was for everyone else. There was no one else upto that point to even ask questions. Most people were confused as there are different options but you just need to wait (2hr approx) to get there and ask. Suggestion: If there was a member of STAFF walking by the entrance, it would be much quicker to answer the questions from visitors before reaching the top of the queue, or even just handing out the map/guide to each group. And during high peak season at least have 4 people cashing in at the huts. There are thousands of visitors, 2 people cashing-in is just ridiculous. Then, once you're inside you notice you're actually in the same place as before (and with more queues!). There's no gate or anything to welcome you. Anyone can "enter". The only thing that's different are the colour bracelets that people wear. This allows you to specific attractions. Although it seems no one really cares as the staff are minimal. Occasionally, someone asks how old is your child or measures them to check the minimal o maximum allowed. But to my surprise there are some attractions that have NO STAFF. So people just queue, (others jump in front of the queue as no one keeps control), and then the actual ride can last as long as anyone wants cause again there's no staff to put any order. This specially can be really frustrating for parents who are by then, tired of queueing and irritated to argue with other parents or even kids who are just running loose from one queue to another .. If you put all that to aside, or go at the low season when there are no queues, I guess it must be a beautiful place, surrounded by mountains and it should actually be peaceful and even quiet at times (during the animals visit ideally). Suggestion: The person allowing visitors to each main attraction could "remind" everyone the rules to follow. Ie. Animal area should be quiet not to scare the animals, etc. It's not cheap to get in, so all in all I'm giving it only 3 stars based on my experience. Could be actually less as the disappointment weighs high. Suggested improvements: I believe as a European/international attraction that this is, it should have someone invest in exactly that, making it more attractive to all visitors. Lastly it should have more visible signs in big letters and multilanguage, (not just 2-3 languages). Hope someone from management can take some action here. Thank you. Family of 4, from Barcelona.
  • Wooooww On of the best thing I had in 12 days in spain The location is amazing Nature nature and nature The kids 6 and 14 had a great time for almost half a day
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