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Water Parks to visit in Valencia And Castellón

Spains first water park was introduced back in 1985. Since then, it has grown to be a favourite summer hotspot for the family and fun lovers during the weekends and holidays.

During the months of June to August, Valencia can get very hot an humid. So it’s not surprising that many homes and flats have their own private or community pools. Believe me, having somewhere to cool down is a blessing when it’s 40°c outside!

Of course, with the heat, also comes the summer holidays. And there is no better plan than to spend a day in the pool with the family. Here in Valencia we have several water parks and municipal pools to choose from.

Most water parks in Valencia have similar features. They include water slides, fountains, splash pools; plus bathing and swimming activities. They also have play areas, bars, and picnic areas.

Several of them are uncovered, ideal for the summer months. They also offer classes for the children to swim, or summer schools to enrol in. Many of them also arrange fun things for the kids, such as inflatable parties, night parties, games, fiestas and much more.

On this post, I would like to share my top water park picks around Valencia and Castellón. Also including municipal pools around in Valencia. We are pretty lucky to have a wide choice and many are easily accessible by train or bus, ideal if you live in the city.

Water Parks In Valencia & Castellón

Segobriga Park Castellón

Segobriga Park Castellon
© Segóbriga Park

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. 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. There are spots for adults where you can relax in the jacuzzi, have a picnic on the lawn under a parasol or enjoy a drink or two on the terrace overlooking the pool and the amazing mountains Sierra Calderona.

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.

Opening Times: 11:00 -19:00
Admission Fees: from €5.50 for adults / €1.50 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
http://turismo.segorbe.es/en/naturaleza/segobriga-park/

Aquopolis Parque Aquatico Cullera

Aquopolis Cullera
© Aquopolis Parque Aquatico Cullera

More suitable for the younger members of the family, Aquopolis Cullera have many attractions dedicated to the little ones.  This park have 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!

Opening Times: 11:00 -19:00
Admission Fees: from €26.95 for adults / €21.50 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
https://cullera.aquopolis.es/

Aquarama, Benicàssim

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Aquarama is set around 45,000 square metres and is situated on the Costa Azahar. It is also 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” a two giant slides set up at a steep angle. 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!

Opening Times: 11:00 -19:00
Admission Fees: from €20.00 for adults / €15.00 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
https://www.aquarama.net/

Parque Acuático Polinesia

Polynesia Water Park Valencia
© Polynesia Water Park Valencia

Polynesia Water Park offers around 54 activities and attractions suitable for all the family. Situated in Oropesa de Mar in the province of Castellon, it’s just over one hours drive from Valencia.

This popular water park have two sections, the covered and uncovered area. They offer a wide range of rides including Hydro Tubes, Pirate Ship, Wave Area, Interactive Pool Area, Childrens Pool, Slides and many more!

Opening Times: 11:00 -19:00
Admission Fees: from€26 for adults / €21 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
http://www.marinador.com/es/ocio-infantil/parque-acuatico-polinesia

Community Water Parks In Valencia

Piscina Parc Vedat Torrent, Valencia

Piscina Municipal Parc Vedat
© torrentaldia.com – Piscina Municipal Parc Vedat

Located about 20 minutes south west of Valencia city, Parc Verdat is a beautiful place in the area of Torrent surrounded by nature. Piscina Vedat is a complete swimming complex. It has several sections including a mega-pool with slides, mushroom fountains and even a jacuzzi area.

They also offer FREE cloakroom and changing rooms. There is a bar and restaurant service if you feel a little peckish and they are fairly priced. Paelleros, BBQs and designated dining spots are also available for public use.

Opening Times: 10:15 -20:00
Admission Fees: from €5.50 for adults / €1.50 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
http://www.fdmtorrent.com/

Piscina Parque del Oeste Valencia

Piscina Parque Oeste Valencia
© Aquaval – Piscina Parque Oeste Valencia

Parque Oeste offers a wide range of leisure facilities. Including an Olympic pool, a medium pool with slides and a children’s water park. It has sufficient green areas, playgrounds and cafeteria. As well as several playgrounds for children of different ages.

There is also a climbing wall, zip line, entertainment area, zipline, spa canyon and VIP a area with hammocks and jacuzzi.

Opening Times: 12:00 -18:30 (varies during the weekends)
Admission Fees: from €3.25 for adults / €1.65 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
http://www.aquaval.es

Piscina Parque Benicalap

Piscina Parque Benicalap Valencia
© Aquaval – Piscina Parque Benicalap Valencia

This pool is located within the beautiful park of Benicalap, and has a large pool of over 2000 square meters with an island in the middle and a children’s water park. In addition, it has large garden areas, bar-cafeteria and playgrounds.

Opening Times: 12:00 -20:30
Admission Fees: from €3.25 for adults / €1.65 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
http://www.aquaval.es/

Piscina Castellar L’ Oliveral, Valencia

Piscina Castellar L' Oliveral Valencia
© Aquaval – Piscina Castellar L’ Oliveral Valencia

A smaller but newer pool that is also a sports facility. Piscina Castellar L’Oliveral was built in 2003, within an area of ​​1,500 m2. It’s facilities include a 25m2 pool, splash pool with slid and a grip track. Changing rooms are also available and a kiosk bar that sells snacks and beverages. 

Opening Times: 12:00 -18:30
Admission Fees: from €3.25 for adults / €1.65 children (see website for latest discounts and prices) 
Website: 
http://www.aquaval.es/

Final Thoughts

So there you have it, my list of water parks and community pools near Valencia. Just remember that they open during the beginning of June so it’s always good to check to avoid disappointment. Many also offer discounts and offers so don’t forget to check their website for more info.

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! Have you been to any of them? Which one is your favourite or let me know if I have missed any! 

Maria
Mom, wife, web/graphic designer and illustrator. I am also the author of Ohla Living a personal blog where I share my lifestyle, travel, days out and creative thoughts. I'm a collector of anything quirky addicted to coffee, cocktails, the beach & VW Kombis.

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