Aqualand Bahia de Cadiz, El Puerto de Santa Maria

(1.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
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  • Water park with various attractions for different age groups. You can bring your own food and eat in the picnic area that presses the costs, because the entrance is pretty pricey. But every year this is a nice trip!
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  • I have spent many years visiting Aqualand every summer twice at least. What I have seen and experienced in these last years makes it each year worse. -Tickets expensive, although you offer a discount on second visit. -Pgar €3 for the car - park inside pays for everything, hammocks, fast pass, etc... -Inside they do not offer a menu suitable or cheap for what you get the food from home. -To eat, you have to go to a picnic area, if you do not take sandwiches that let you be in the area of hammocks. But who decides that you can or can not eat in that area? It is not logical or is forbidden to eat in the hammocks or not it is forbidden, but this system does not work since there is a picaresque and problems at lunchtime. This Park has plummeted as in the last 5 years and I hope that this summer of 2016 will be the last in which go because it is unbearable. If they do not improve, I think that is will forced to close, as increasingly attend fewer clients.
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  • Fantastic first visit over the summer! They have a little bit of everything for all ages. We can't wait to go back this summer! 
  • The tickets are a bit pricy, but it's worth it for families with children. We spent a whole day there, and when it closed we did not want to go home :) There are three large pools. Two of them are approx 40 cm deep with waterslides and waterfalls for all ages. The third pool goes from 0 to approx 2 meters, and has a wave machine that runs for five minutes about every hour or so. In addition to the pools there are 33 waterslides scaling from 20 meters to about 70 meters long. Some are tunnels and some are open. Google Street View from the inside is found on Google Maps. Beach chairs and parasols for rent Security lockers for rent Two places to eat Can bring own food Showers Toilets Gift shop Large parking area
  • Very nice, clean and safe water park. Please do this with your children as soon as you get here. Then come back in the end of your vacation for half the price. Food and drinks where good and reasonable prices.
  • Very good but expensive, the fast pass is a must if you can stretch your budget because the queues are frustrating when you see fast pass people running up 2 or 3 times on a ride whilst you are still queuing for the one ride. They charge for the car park which baffled me, why it isn't included in the ticket price because you wouldn't park there unless you were visiting the park. You also pay for the sun beds and the lockers so be prepared to keep putting your hand in your pocket.
  • 116 euros for 2 adults and 2 little is the most expensive park ever! Fast pass should be called rip off pass as it makes no difference. The slides are slow and boring. A coke cost €3.70 Total rip off
  • Do not I recommend it to anyone. A real scam fledged. I imagine that the good reviews that I've read (which are very few indeed) are children, who see things from your point of view. I'm trying to discuss exceptions, but I can't find it. I will not return, or even free.
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