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Aqualand Saint Cyprien, Saint-Cyprien
(2.2/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Aqualand Saint Cyprien, the biggest water park in France, features water slides and rides for ages toddlers and up. Take a ride on Europe's first musical water slide, and visit the park's other attractions. You can buy refreshments on site and enjoy them on shaded lawns. Put Aqualand Saint Cyprien on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Saint-Cyprien-Plage trip itinerary builder.
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Reviews
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  • Having read a lot of reviews negative I wanted myself test the Aqualand st - cyp with a friend, we don't not parked in the parking lot of the Park because all similarly expensive. We go on Thursday fearing there is too many people at the beginning of week (summer vacation end of August). Thursday was a good choice indeed there was less crowded and we were able to all the attractions, we even had the time to redo several times! Remember to bring your picnic snack in the Park is not at a decent price. We had a good time at Aqualand.
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  • No hygiene, half of the footbaths are off cannot see control of the visible Dass (which is normally required at the entrance of the Park...). A catering service with staff really slow (gently in the morning, not too fast the afternoon), but also expensive in terms of 'quality' that was. In addition, a manager can criticize us telling us that they are young and it's been 2 months they work, so they are tired. If after 2 months, they are tired, especially do not work... This gentleman is allowed to make the cowboy without reason, on a very haughty tone. If it really makes 40 years are you in this business, you have to take your dad to school then. No more security at the level of the attractions, some monitors sleep even at the top of the attractions. 2 years ago, he had nothing to say. The on the other hand, it's a disaster.
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  • The setting of the Park is beautiful, and there are many attractions. I go there for my childhood and it's always nice to go back, however it is true that (like all unfortunately) the rate has increased! 4 euros parking, 28 euros entry, and 5 euros the locker room. Plan the picnic on the grass, do you already that saved...
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  • Great safe place with a good selection of pools and slides. A great day out. The only negative thing I have to say say is getting hounded constantly by staff for photos taken so that you can buy them at the end is really not on. Also think they could do with some wasp traps up as it was smothered by them. Make sure you take flip flops or some sort of shoes as the ground gets red hot
  • Fairly small water park but there's some good rides. Staff are bit relaxed (sometimes a bit too much for my liking!)
  • This is 3.5 stars. Great day with good slides but not amazing! Blackhole slide not worth the 50 minute wait. Would recommend the fast pass at 12 euros. Wave machine was good. The lazy river was a treat for the toddler. Tie your trunks on for the Wave ride as some of my family experienced swim suit malfunction just at the bottom of u shaped ride. The food options are terrible. Burgers chips or pizza. If they improve this out is an easy 4.
  • Awesome! I would recommend going on a cloudy day - then there is hardly anyone there. Great slides, great facilities, and overall, a great family day out!
  • As far as waterparks go it's pretty ok, with fun rides and a nice waves pool. Several options for small kids even if they can't do all the rides. A bit on the pricey side (23 eur entrance + 4 eur parking) but you can save on food (bring your own picnic) and sun lounge (drop your towel in one of the green areas). Biggest disappointment: when they say closing time at 6pm, that is the closing time of the whole park, not the last ride. All the rides close at 5:30pm, and last entry is a few mins earlier depending on the queues, so be prepared for that and account for ~1hr less of slides.