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Aqualand Cap d'Agde, Cap-d'Agde
(2/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Aqualand Cap d'Agde offers several pools, water rides, and other water-related attractions for all ages. The park, known for its blend of manmade attractions and natural greenery, also includes picnic areas, refreshments, and other amenities. Plan to visit Aqualand Cap d'Agde during your Cap-d'Agde vacation using our convenient Cap-d'Agde vacation trip planner.
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  • Nice Park, correct entrance fee by against the sun loungers and other benefits on the inside is a little racket, children can have fun with confidence, the attractions are well monitored and adapted to the parents and children!
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  • Very good day, not queue seen period but still expensive we had the chance of a good sunny day
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  • I spent a great day with friends and I also returned a week after I recommend it! Especially if you have children but I find that the price of the drinks and the food is a bit expensive
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  • The Google Maps directions will take you straight to the car park. We spent most of the day here on a slightly cloudy day in mid August. With kids of 10 and 6, we were able to go on all but one of the rides. Lockers cost 5 euro, a sun lounger costs 4 euro, but there were plenty of places to sit or lie out. The queues on most of the less adrenalin fuelled rides were almost non-existent, the queues on the others were a bit more lengthy, but their length didn't encourage me to buy a fast pass (which I almost always do in parks like these). Remember to get your parking ticket validated at reception for cheaper parking in the local car park.
  • Just like many reviews I read on the internet, the ride called the "black hole" has to be AVOIDED AT ALL COSTS. The place itself is just terrible. First, The rules are not enforced at all you can't bring food in, yet everyone has food and mini fridges, you can't wear normal swimming shorts, swimming trunks are mandatory yet nobody follows this rule (Good, I went to buy swimming trunks just for this, thanks for the waste of money), oh and do not worry about the height limits, they are barely even enforced. I had a 5 year old child do a ride that required to be 120cm, he clearly didn't pass the heigh requirement at the entrance but hey they let him through. The staff are just rude towards english speakers and do not speak english at all (what a surprise in France). I speak french so it was kind of okay to them. The translations are awful by the way. Good luck understanding. They're so bad they even invented words to put on there. Second, security doesn't exist there. At the end of the day, we decided to ride the black hole with my fiancee. Needless to say it put an end to the day really quick. We were thrown off the float in the middle of the ride, the both of us ended up having our head smash really hard against the side of the tube. I came out first and dislocated my shoulder, my fiancee came out groggy and with a really bad concussion. The lifeguard took ages to respond, he did not even realize we fell from the ride and my fiancee was DROWNING IN FRONT OF HIS EYES. I was the first one and ONLY ONE to realize she was not okay and was helping her as much as I could, some civilians even helped before that lifeguard responded. After that he struggled so hard to make a decision he just asked me if I wanted a medic or not, which in a situation like this, I think someone with medical training should KNOW WHAT TO DO. Thank god the medic came and he was very nice and helpful, he even spoke a bit of english. I'm not easily scared but this ride is definitely not okay and it did scare me to death, especially for my fiancee which I thought something really bad had happened. The EMS was not even called, even for a checkup. No lifeguard escorted us to the exit, little to no attention was paid to us. Absolutely disgraceful. This was just a terrible day and I do not recommend this place, at least if you value your life. Save your money because the food is very expensive and awful, especially when you see the entrance price is 23 euros, which is way too much for spending the day in lines. (they should rename the park DryLand instead of AquaLand)
  • Went to Aqualand on last week of Aug 2015. On arriving in Agde we followed the Aqualand parking but ended up driving past it as the brown sign had been faded by the sun to grey with grey writing. Got park entry on a family ticket for 90€. Not bad value but ironically you cant buy this ticket in the park itself. We purchased this from a local shop near our campsite. The locker arrangement seems a bit strange. Firstly pay €5 for a locker. Then take that ticket to another location where you pay 2€ deposit for a locker key. Why not include this in the price? Same situation with the sun beds. These all needed to be rented for a further fee. As a result nearly everybody found a patch of grass (artificial or real) to sit on instead. The day started off as cloudy and a bit cold so we had no real problems with parking and queues were not too bad either but you could see this becoming a problem on a busy day. As commented by another reviewer the fast pass did not seem good value as it only gets you past the queue for the mats. The site itself could do with a bit of renewing and lots of bits were not clean and quite often the pavement was uneven with sharp edges of bricks sticking up. As for the rides themselves on the whole they were quite good (green anaconda being the fastest) and you could wear board shorts unlike a lot of other places in France. Ignoring the negatives we had a nice day overall. You can return for a second day very cheaply but we got on every ride and some several times in 3/4 of a day. I guess if its busy this may not be possible.
  • Went to Aqualand while on hols to celebrate daughter's 16th birthday. The first problem was the enormous traffic jam getting into Cap D'adge but I don't suppose Aqualand can be blamed for this. The next problem was the inadequate signage towards car parking and the insufficient amount of car parking available. The traffic and parking problems delayed our arrival at the park by over 90 minutes. Maybe this is an indication that the park is in the wrong location?? The entry fee of €27 was reasonable in my opinion. However, the Park was jam packed with people on the day and we were advised we could buy a 'fast-pass' for an additional €12 per person. Having experience of 'fast-passes' in Disney parks, I invested in the expectation that these would 'fast-track' us through the queues. How wrong was I. The 'fast-pass' moves you to the head of the queue to get an inflatable or sliding mat, then you join the 45min to 1 hr long queue for the slide itself. The slides, when you eventually got to them, were very good but the waiting times were ridiculous. The closing time for the Park is 7pm but on the day we were there, they would not let anyone join a queue after 6.20pm. All in all, a poor experience caused by incorrect location, small physical size of park, overcrowding, a fast-pass system which does not do what was expected and an earlier than advertised conclusion to the possibility of thrills. I would not bother if I was you
  • Great fun