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Costa Brava: Water World Aquatic Park & Optional Transfer

1. Costa Brava: Water World Aquatic Park & Optional Transfer

Spend a fun-filled day at Water World Aquatic Park and make unforgettable vacation memories. With your ticket, enjoy access to the park, then explore at your own leisure. You can also upgrade your day out and opt for round-trip shuttle transfer to the park from Calella, Pineda de Mar, Santa Susanna, Malgrat de Mar, Blanes, Lloret de Mar, and Tossa de Mar. At the park, have a blast riding impressive roller coasters, make a splash in the swimming pool, hurtle down epic slides, or simply relax and soak up the sunshine. There’s plenty to keep you occupied, including 15 unique rides, such as X-Treme Mountain, Water Mountain, and Rafting River, as well as a wave pool where you can chill out. Once you’ve worked up a bit of an appetite from all that fun, take your pick from the park’s many places to eat.

From Girona: Medieval Costa Brava Day Trip

2. From Girona: Medieval Costa Brava Day Trip

After getting picked up from your hotel in Girona, head to Peratallada, a beautiful, well-preserved medieval town. Enjoy some time to walk around before sampling some traditional snacks to build up your energy before heading to the village of Pals for a guided tour. Next, head towards Begur, where you can wander around and discover the area's colonial past. Then, descend into Calella, a beautiful and famous fishing village. Here, you'll have lunch and enjoy some time to take a walk along the Camí de Ronda, the old path used by locals and the police to combat smuggling, towards the neighboring town of Llafranc, or towards Cala del Golfet, an oh-so-Mediterranean beach. Then drive to the Sant Sebastià Lighthouse, a beautiful natural viewpoint where you'll enjoy panoramic views of the Costa Brava and the towns of Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc, before heading back to Girona.

Calella de Palafrugell: Sunset Diving Tour with Dinner

3. Calella de Palafrugell: Sunset Diving Tour with Dinner

It's an outing with the diving boat to the sunset, sailing through one of the areas most spectacular of the Costa Brava to reach a small cove with crystal clear waters where the dive will take place. on the ship. Accompanied by our chef who will prepare a gastronomic feast for the day, relaxing ending up on the boat after diving. Our team will also be present instructors to make sure that everyone enjoy the activity. We'll return sailing with the sunset light contemplating the towns of Llafranc and Calella of Palafrugell from the sea.

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What people are saying about Calella

It was an EXCELLENT experience at the water park apart from queuing at the start. I had already bought my tickets 2 weeks before I got there and it was a QR code on my phone. So obviously I’m thinking that when I get there, I just show my code and they let us in, no!! After queuing in one que and realising (when we got to the barrier) that we were queuing for nothing. We then had to join another que and then show them our QR code to be given paper tickets for entry. Very confusing and the whole process took us about 30 mins before we actually entered the park. Apart from that, the water park itself is amazing! I cannot fault the rides at all, the queuing to get on each ride wasn’t too bad either. I went on EVERY ride and I think the longest I qued up for was probably 45mins. The weather was amazing too. This park is a definite if your visiting Lloret De Mar, perfect for adults, perfect for kids and even more perfect for a family. I’ll give it an A****

Very nice amusement park as much for big sensations as for the little ones. Very well maintained park with water at room temperature and above all you can feel the key word is safety. I loved my day with my 10 year old daughter who practically did all the attractions the only downside is that there are too many people

Great park, to do with friends. I advise to come in good shape because the site is on hills, so there are a lot of slopes and you will take a lot of steps. Other than that the slides are awesome.

It was a beautiful and alpine experience. The games are beautiful, enthusiastic, fun and safe. Sessions are shaded. The negative is the unclosed shower. And the change of clothe rooms is unclosed