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Parco acquatico Le Caravelle, Ceriale
(3.2/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Parco acquatico Le Caravelle offers everything you need to enjoy a day in the water. Cool off in the spacious pools, enjoy an exciting trip down the slides, or just soak up the sun on the loungers. A lazy river offers a luxurious float, while an on-site discotheque with fountains is a great place to dance. Various stands offer snacks, sandwiches, and treats, while a shady picnic area provides a place to enjoy your own lunch. A baby club with trained staff offers young ones a place to play while you relax. You may even catch a concert. Make Parco acquatico Le Caravelle a part of your Ceriale vacation plans using our Ceriale family vacation planner.
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  • Vast water park site at Ceriale (SV) a few km. from the highway exit of Albenga. The day flies in water fun. The slides at artificial waves come in the morning and you see that it is already evening. All good things to eat and drink in the countless dining options, also. Rivers of beer to stem the water. When you leave the first thought is when you can get back to spend a wonderful day at the price of a pizza with beer. If you have children it becomes a company go and all that remains is to be kicked out at closing.
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  • Visited late July with family including 7 year old, 16 year old and 18 year old. Caught 8.30 train from DM to Albenga arriving around 9.00. Found bedlam at Albenga station packed with youngsters, wait...  more »
  • To be a water park not tied to a particular city is pretty surprising how well done. Has many different kinds of attractions, including the tub with waves, which may like it or not but it is undeniable that it is very rarely found. Only downside: the usual groups of children/teenagers especially in places where the rafts clog the track and make it slow down appreciably in line. Chemical castration plus imprisonment for these, everything else is fine. Oh, and there are also a couple of photographers who turn to take photos which exit you can buy, it's a great way to have some good memories of a beautiful day!
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  • This is a relatively small water park so don't expect big things here. I feel like the layout hasn't been given much thought based on some of the other parks I've been to. They would benefit from having another set of lockers nearer the wave pool (if there were any I didn't see them).
  • Nice great park, but it is the same from more than 20 years I think they should update the park, and queue are too big for the slides.
  • Sempre divertente, anche se da piccolo sembrava piú grande :) Il Kamikaze é adrenalina pura.
  • Very expensive for what you get (don't trust the pictures), very small park, loooong waiting lines, horrible smell, kids are not allowed in the 'relax area' (reason....too much noise), but 3 meters further there is a disco aqua party ongoing.
  • I have been to the Park of the caravels and after paying the entrance fee the beauty of 24 euro I notice that two things, the rapids of the Rio Bravo and Rio Colorado, are closed from 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 because they look the rest of the staff. Let me understand the Park opens at 10.00 hours and these are already at rest or pause whatever you want and then you can enjoy two attractions for two hours in a park attraction that offers very little and dated. As if that wasn't enough the Baby Toboggans attraction is closed from 12.00 to 15.00 hours for the happiness of children. Though the ticket I paid for it and because the opening hours are from 10.00 to 18.30 hours every day I would have appreciated being informed of the situation or at least get a discount on the ticket price given the situation. I conclude by saying we Italians we are used to these things but what image we give to foreign tourists.
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