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Water Parks to visit in Valencia And Castellon

Summer holidays is not complete until we take a trip to the water park and we feel very fortunate that there are so many to choose from around the Valencian Community. I wanted to share my top three picks of the nearest water parks to visit around Valencia, just over an hour away from our home, it’s very easy to get to and the drive is also a pleasant one.

We try and avoid the peak months so we get the place to ‘ourselves’.  June and early July are the best months visit. Otherwise, many popular places are full of tourists and waiting times for rides, slides and flumes can be unbearable and not so ideal if you have smaller kids!

Whether it’s water slides, river rapids, pools, flumes or something for the little ones I’m sure you’ll find something that suits your family and will provide you with many fun and memorable experiences! Bring on the summer!

Segobriga Park Castellon

Segobriga Park Castellon

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Located on the top of Mount San Blas, Segobriga Park’s is a medieval themed water park that will take you back in time to a magical medieval past while recollecting the architecture of the city. All the resorts facilities are themed but with the added extras of water slides, waterfalls, and streams that the whole family can enjoy!

While the kids excitedly flit around the giant mushrooms, frog slides, hidden passageways, and water tubes, you can soak in the jacuzzi, relax on the lawn under a parasol or enjoy a drink or two on the terrace overlooking the pool and the amazing mountains Sierra Calderona.

My 8 year old took a field trip here last year with the school and he enjoyed it so much that he wants us to visit this year! It’s a popular spot for Spanish families, and great if you smaller kids and want to enjoy the old town and views of the mountains!

Aquopolis Parque Aquatico Cullera

Aquopolis Cullera

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More suitable for the younger members of the family, Aquopolis Cullera have many attractions dedicated to the little ones, such as the Polynesia, paddling pools, various slides, and a mini park. If you’re feeling a little braver they also have the Mini ZigZag and Black Hole flume that will certainly get your adrenaline pumping!

Moderate and classic attractions are also available to enjoy, such as the “Speed Race” slides, Volcano Jacuzzi, Crazy Cobra, and Rapids just to name a few!

Aquarama, Benicàssim

aquarama-benicassim

Image Copyright: Aquarama Benicassim

Aquarama Benicàssim is set around 45,000 square metres and is situated on the Costa Azahar and home the to “El Salto del Diablo” or “The Devil’s Drop”. It is one of the highest kamikaze water slides in Europe with a height of 30 metres and an angled drop of 62°!

The park is suitable for all ages and they have a variety of water slides that will suit diverse tastes including “The Kamikaze” two giant slides set up at a steep angle. And if those are far too daring for you, then you can also enjoy numerous water activities such as the wave pools, lakes, river adventures and pirate caves! Ideal if you have children of mixed ages or if you’re looking for something a little more daring!

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