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Theme Parks & Amusement Parks

Our most recommended Lanzarote Theme Parks & Amusement Parks

Aquapark Costa Teguise: Entrance Ticket

1. Aquapark Costa Teguise: Entrance Ticket

Enjoy a day of endless fun at Aquapark Costa Teguise and discover more than 22,000 square meters of slides, loops, attractions and more. Ideal for families and groups of friends, Lanzarote's largest water park has some of the most thrilling water slides in Europe. Experience the pure adrenaline thrills of the Kamikaze and Whirlwind or go to the Hydrotube if you are not feeling quite so brave!  The little ones are well-catered for at attractions such as the children's Kamikaze, along with slides, loops and a small lagoon full of surprises and games. Join them on the electric cars (for children and adults) and challenge yourself on the obstacle course. Then when you are ready to relax, head for the chillout areas and jacuzzis. In addition, Aquapark Costa Teguise is home to Lanzarote's only indoor paintball area, just in case you've had enough of getting wet!

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What people are saying about Lanzarote

Overall rating

3.9 / 5

based on 60 reviews

Good fun kids enjoyed it

Sun beds could of been cleaner where we were, if having lunch there have it early or later we waited a long time for food between queuing and waiting for it to be cooked an hour queuing and 35 mins foloowing order being taken we did order pizza but didn't expect it to be such a long wait. My son is a diabetic and his sugars actually dropped while we waited. In saying that the food was lovely just be prepared to either que or eat early or later in the day,

the children had a great time at the slides. Disadvantage: water is not heated; the shallow baths in particular, the water was quite cold, so swimming well. You are not allowed to wear (sun) glasses. Not handy with my eyesight. Tip: slippers are an absolute must. The tiles were very hot to walk on.

A good park in Lanzarote to spend a day

To those who like slides parks, it has a lot of different heights. There are quite a few pools and sun loungers. What we do not like is that to leave your things at the box office they charge you € 5, which then gives you € 3 back. In other parks that we have been, the full amount is refunded.

Lots of slides variety, lockers, food, drinks, plenty of sunbeds. My 14-year-old and I loved it!

Lots of different slides and activities and queue times were very quick. Lots of fun!