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The best water parks in Mallorca

Take a look at the best Mallorca activities at the local water parks

Water parks in Majorca are an excellent choice for excursions in Mallorca in hot weather. Spend a fun day in the water with family or friends. In Mallorca we have 3 waterparks and in them you can find: the highest slides, enormous Jacuzzis, wave pools and attractions for the children...

  • Aqualand Arenal: the biggest water park on the island
  • Western Park: a wild west themed water park.
  • Hidropark: a family fun water park in the north of the island

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Visitors' Guide to Water Parks in Majorca

The water parks in Majorca are an excellent activity in summer if you are on holiday in Majorca, especially considering the fantastic weather conditions we have on this Mediterranean island. There are many families with children who like water activities and choose to visit a water park during their holiday in Majorca. But the big question is: which Majorca water park is the best? Or: which water park will my family most enjoy in Majorca?

Which is the best water park in Majorca?

Given the large number of water parks in Majorca, the choice can be difficult, and many people ask this question. It is difficult to answer because all the water parks in Majorca are excellent and yet they are all different in their own way. The water parks in Majorca are very well prepared to welcome visitors: they have numerous slides and water attractions; they all have different attractions for all ages; there are always lockers and changing facitities, bars and restaurants; and they are all very very popular!

Sometimes when choosing which water park to visit in Majorca, the question is not which one is the best or biggest, but which one is the best choice considering: which area of Majorca you stay during your holiday; whether you are a couple, a group of friends or a family with children; the time of year; your budget... and many other factors.

Read on for a breakdown of Majorca's water parks.

Aqualand Arenal

Located in the tourist resort of Arenal, Aqualand is considered to be the largest water park in Majorca. It has more than 30 water attractions, including adrenaline rides such as the kamikaze, the Banzai, the Rapids, Speed Boat, Anaconda, Crazy Race, the Devil's Tail, the Tsunami, the Tornado and the new adrenaline-filled King Cobra among more. There's a wave pool, numerous areas for children to have a great time in the water, sunbathing areas, restaurants, bars and facilities. Aqualand water park in Majorca has a dedicated area of ​​water slides for the most daring with high doses of fun and adrenaline, which make it different from other water parks. A fun activity that people love doing at the water park is flying down the slide on an inflatable, be it a donut, rubber ring or raft. Aqualand has all these kinds of inflatables! You can also hire your inflatable ring for the day too if you want and use it on all the slides.

Western Water Park

Located near Magaluf, Western Park is a country and western-themed water park, and is laid out as if it were a town in the old wild west, hence its name.

This water park opens from June to September, and has many attractions from children's areas, relaxation areas, wave pools and many water slides, including some fabulous slides and rides for families: Tam Tam Splash, Huracán, Big Hole and Grand Canyon are just a few. If there is a water attraction that stands out above the rest at Western Park, it is undoubtedly "The Beast." At 30 meters high, it is the tallest kamikaze drop in Majorca and is a must-conquer for any adrenaline junkie.

The water park also offers inflatables, like rings, rafts and huge blow up sofas that fit the whole family on them for a ride down the Megaslide! Every moment is an adventure at Western Water Park.

Hidropark Alcudia

Port de Alcudia is one of the most popular tourist centers of Majorca, and among its different tourist attractions it has a water park: the Hidropark. Yes it is the smallest of the Majorca water parks but it has all the facilities and fun to enjoy a day in the water: kamikazes, wave pool, children's pool, slides ...

The Hidropark also has another bonus for people staying in Alcudia or in the north area of Majorca: you can just walk to this water park or if you have to travel, at least it is not very far. This is a great plus for families with young children. Remember to buy your ticket in advance, as capacity is limited due to Covid restrictions.

Water parks in hotels in Majorca

In recent years, many hotels in Majorca have added to their offering of water facilities with slides, kamikazes, children's pools, water castles, in order to offer a different holiday concept. Among them, two hotels stand out: the BH Hotel in Magaluf is the first and only hotel in Majorca to have its very own adults-only water park. The BH Mallorca water park boasts 9 white knuckle slides, where you can reach speeds of up to 60km/h. There are also pools and Jacuzzis in which to relax and cool off and enjoy a refreshing drink as you top up your tan. The Hotel Globales Bouganvilla in Sa Coma in the east of Mallorca has its own Splash World, with non-stop fun for all the family with adrenaline pumping kamikaze and black hole slides. All without leaving the hotel. Have in mind that despite being in a hotel, the Globales Bouganvilla and the BH Mallorca water parks still have specific opening times and are not open 24 hours a day. They are also open to non-guests of the hotel.

Are there any indoor water parks in Majorca

Indoor water parks in Majorca! You're kidding, right? Nope, there are no indoor water parks in Mallorca, as temperatares on the island soar to 40+ in the very height of the summer. With these temperatures your are just dying to jump in the wave pool or fly down one of the kamikazes and splash into the water at the bottom. That's why all of Majorca's water parks are open-air. The water parks in Majorca are only open in summer and close down every winter, reopening in May (Aqualand and Hidropark) or June (Western Park).

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