THE success of Aqua Arena’s water park on the Costa del Sol last summer (2013) has paved the way for expansion throughout Andalusia, the Spanish Islands and the former soviet state of Georgia, making it one of the fastest growing companies of its type.
This year, there will be parks in Elviria, Almuñecar and Torre del Mar in Andalusia, throughout Mallorca, Ibiza and Batumi Beach (currently twinned with Marbella).
Keeping the strapline, ‘This summer the sea just got interesting’, Aqua Arena will follow the same formula as last year – but bigger and better – providing an exciting mix of high quality inflatable slides and shapes for swimming, climbing, jumping, sliding and running about on, which are anchored just a short swim from the beach.
It’s a great way to encourage children to be more active in the sunshine, sea and fresh air, with the added benefit of peace of mind for parents as the park is fully supervised by trained lifeguards ensuring that the kids have a great time and are completely safe at all times. Minimum height restrictions and swimming ability apply, and children under the age of eight years must be accompanied by an adult; and at €10 an hour it won’t break the bank.
The extremely successful launch kicked off in Mallorca in June , followed by Elviria, Torre del Mar and sites in Ibiza at the end of June.
The parks are open daily until the end of September, between 10am and 8pm, staying open until 9pm at the height of the season in July and August. The full list of dates, locations and rules of use will be published on Facebook and found on the website at www.aquaarena.com in English, Spanish, German, Georgian and Russian.
1 hour @ €10 per person
Contact our ticket office on + 34 902 504 885
Mallorca: Playa de Palma, Ca’n Picafort, Playa Muro, Playa de Cala Agulla Capdepera, Santa Ponsa, Magaluf, Palmanova, Puerto Pollensa
Ibiza: San Antonio, Playa d’en Bossa, Ses Salines (Migjorn)
Andalusia: Golden Beach Elviria, La Herradura Almuñécar, Torre del Mar
Georgia: Batumi Beach