DinoPark Algar, Callosa d'En Sarria

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#2 of 27 in Fun & Games in Province of Alicante
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  • Great place to take the grandkids who all seem to do a 'dinosaur project' at school. There were far more and better quality animatronic dinosaurs than we expected with good information boards naming t...  more »
  • Went to Dinopark today with my 2 year old son. The staff were all very friendly and helpful and the park was well kept. A little bit hilly but manageable with lots of moving dinosaurs to see and a spl...  more »
  • We travelled here with our 3 children aged 11, 8 and 5, and once you get over the hilly drive up to the park you are in for a fun day, especially if you have dinosaur fans in the family! The park was ...  more »
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  • DinoPark was a pleasant surprise for our family. It was very quiet on the day we visited, but the tranquility, and its beautiful location in amongst the mountains made for a very chilled-out day (even with a two-year old!). There aren't many dinosaurs there, but each has some interesting information, and the ones that move and roar are fun. As for the cacti, I was blown away by how many are there (I'm not normally a greenery fan). The cinema is fun (although its not a factual film, just a 3D kids adventure), and the cafe in the centre serves a decent choice of food with beautiful views of the valley. The only downside is the paths and car park. Neither pushchair nor wheelchair friendly, which is unfortunate.
  • Great park for young kids, and the 3D film was perfect for our 3 year old. Bring your own food. The park is located in the mountains surrounded by nispero trees, it is really beautiful. So only the drive up is worth it!
  • Nice place, good for young children. Many dinosaurs that has moving parts. Free 3D cinema. Some food, but takes some time. Small roads, but ok to find, several roadsigns.
  • It's not too big so it's better for smaller children 3 to 8. The older ones might not find it so much fun. The 3D cinema is very good, as is the small splash pool. Take swimming clothing and towels. Adults can go in too. Our boys of 6 and 8 loved it for the whole afternoon. There is no real shade so it's best not to visit in the midday sun. The dinosaurs are very, very good. The move and make a few roaring noises that make it a bit "realistic" The cafe serves hot dogs, cheese sticks, chips and chicken nuggets, for quite reasonable prices. If you wan anything other than this it is a good idea to take a packed lunch. Afterwards you can walk down the road to the waterfalls and leave your car in the car park.
  • Very, very nice place, but quite a long way to drive. Smart to bring some food and drink. Its few options to drink and eat (just one) and there isn't to much to choose from. The children had a great time and they loved it.