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Aqua Brava, Roses
(3.9/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • It is a place you can go and spend all day! Is fun and you have many attractions where go. It is advisable to go one day of good weather because the water is a little cool. It can not enter food in the Park, but there are quite a few xiringuitos where to eat potatoes and a hamburger. Very friendly staff and young.
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  • Great time with friends, feeling strong guarantees. Price a bit expensive and everything is pushing to consumption but best water park I did!
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  • Caiaques is over a mountain from Roses and is a great day out from there. Beautiful coves. Bit touristy shops, but you don't have to stay in the village 
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  • Worst aquatic park we have ever went to. We've bought whole day passes at around 11 and in max 2h several rides closed for 'lunch break' or something. Considering the cost of the ticket there are just a few rides and they should not close at all. The staff is poorly organized and they know about 5 words in English. If you have any questions or need any info you should know Spanish - even the information booth is closed. The pluses are that there is a lot of grass and shadowed areas from the trees and the place is not crowded in June, but that's about it. Would not return!
  • it is a pricey water park if I'm honest and the fact that you get everything taken from you before you go in dosernt really help you end up spending a fortune inside on deck chairs and food the place has some sweet rides but you can get round the whole place in 3 hours unless its summer the lines are massive
  • According to the marketing, they opened in 1987 - it shows. Beware that any one taller than 120cm (3 ft 11") is considered adult and have to pay €24 entry. Add the overpriced cafeteria-style food (our bags were searched on entry to ensure no outside food) and you're looking at €200-€250 for a day for a family of 4. Just not worth it.
  • The expansion of the children's area is spectacular
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  • I've been here so maybe that's why the season a little bit 10.09 people little and no queues. A little more expensive than the other in aqua parks but pleasantly spent time. Large parking lots but you can see the footsteps of season in full. A little-looking fascists intent meals because they were supposed to be open until 18:30 (some) and at 6 pm you can eat only ice cream and potato chips.
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