Aquopolis Costa Dorada, La Pineda

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Water Park
Aquopolis Costa Dorada features water slides, pools, and other aquatic fun divided into three categories--high emotion, moderate, and children. High-emotion slides whisk you down steep tubes of rushing water. Moderate rides aren't as exhilarating but still offer up excitement with speed, dips, and plummets. A popular attraction in the park is swimming with sea lions, where you act as trainer. Save time and money by purchasing a ticket online ahead of time. Take a look at our La Pineda itinerary maker to schedule your visit to Aquopolis Costa Dorada and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Unlimited entry to this waterpark was included with our all inclusive holiday package and we are really glad we visited. We only made use of the kids areas, pools and dolphin show on this holiday. The...  more »
  • Went here after all portaventura parks found it very good for my 3 year old daughter she was big enough to go on few of the bigger slides as she is over 1m tall did however find some of the lifeguards...  more »
  • Lots to do. Friendly workers and plenty of lifeguards about. Only disappointment is dolphin show doesn't start while July  more »
  • The water park is £30 to enter and you get 2 days there. Also on site is a dolphin show although I don't think it's good due to the small size of the tanks 6 dolphins were kept in. The food and drinks are expensive. A burger is €9.50 and not worth it as my family threw most of it away. The guards are constantly blowing their whistle at you and telling you don't do this and don't do that. Could be better but then again Spain seems to be expensive and the food is not great. Options for vegans is non existent at this park, i suggest you buy some apples or something lol
  • We went in August and we weren't sure what to expect but we had a fabulous time (2 adults, 2 kids aged 12&13. Booked our tickets online about a week ahead so we got a good deal (€65 for 4 of us). It gets more expensive the closer you get to the day. We paid for Speedypasses (€12.50 each) at an entrance kiosk on the day which meant we did lots of queue jumping and were able to go on all the slides as many times as we wanted with only minimal waiting times. I definitely wouldn't go without buying these. We took a coolbox in with us so didn't have to pay for any food or drink. This seemed very much the norm and there are plenty of shaded areas to base yourself for the day. Loungers available for €4 so the non-sliders can lie and sunbathe. We got to the park about 15 minutes before it opened and were able to park directly opposite the main entrance in a parking bay for €5 rather than in the car park around the back of the park.
  • What's not to love? I went with my 7 year old, at first I thought she couldn't go on any slides but when I looked closer at the height restrictions she could go on all of them bar one I think in the end, we had an amazing time. They have a wave pool and two kids splash areas aswell as plenty of flumes and slides. We went in September, if you go on the website it's good to book in advance or look on what days you should go cuz prices can vary. For 2 adults and a child it would've been about 44 euros but we ended up paying about 77. One thing that wasn't clear was that the dolphins and sea lion encounters weren't available because of the season, atleast there was only feeds at 4 in the afternoon and we got there too early to wait until then so we were gutted we missed them. I had checked the website beforehand and it didn't state anything, unless I was just a typical stupid English person! Another reason why I've marked it down one star is because it opened at 12 which I thought was a ridiculous time. But along as you remember these things you'll not be disappointed!
  • It's a great aqua-park with lots of attractions for children. Very nice area for small children - my kids spent the whole day, having lots of fun over there. The best part for me was the dolphins show - spectacular and wort seeing!. Now the disadvantages - the whole park is designed to drain your money, especially from well off British and Russians tourists. Entry fee for a 4- people family is 100+ Euro. And this is just the beginning. They will ADDITIONALLY charge your for a locker (6 euro each), a sun-bed (4 euro each). There is a number of bars with fast food, sweets, all sorts of unhealthy food displayed all over the place so good luck surviving there with kids! It was absolutely shocking for me. The quality of the toilets and non=existing changing rooms was a surprise. Overall: a very nice aqua park, but not worth the money. For 4 people you need to spend at least 130 euro + food, which will turn out to be 200 euro easily in total for a day! One more thing - they will kick you out at 5:45 PM, so come in the morning...
  • Great spot. Make sure to buy tickets in advance. Slides are great. Bring a packed lunch to save money. Also buy tickets 9 days in advance to save. Enjoy