opened to the public in 1985 and was Spain's first ever water park.
As well as being one of the world's largest water parks, it is also one of the best-equipped as regards rides, services and customer service.
The Park covers an area of 150,000 square metres with 50,000 square metres' free parking. It also has abundant gardens with plants which are the typical of the zone.Aqualandia offers a variety of self-service restaurants to cater for all tastes. From our snack bar, barbecue, pizzeria, Burger Bar and Ice-Cream stalls to our cafes and there's even a crepe stall and a kebab stand.
are two zoo theme parks and aqua parks (Aqua Natura) located near Benidorm (Terra natura Benidorm) and Murcia (Terra Natura Murcia), in the Costa Blanca, Spain.
Terra Natura Animal Parks lets visitors make contact with animals with barriers invisible to the human eye. Many species can be viewed, including elephants, tigers, monkeys, lions, African buffalo, and rhinos.
The park is divided into 5 themed zones: Egypt, Greece, Rome, Iberia, and the Islands (of the Mediterranean). The park opened in 2000.
From 2004–2006, the park went through a bankruptcy process. In 2001, a year after park opening, Paramount Parks entered into an agreement to manage Terra Mitica, and the park was branded as a Paramount Park for the following season. In 2004, Paramount Parks filed for the Spanish equivalent of bankruptcy protection from its creditors. Since then, the park has been operating independently. Terra Mítica emerged from temporary receivership in 2006, after restructuring its expenses, reducing labor costs, and canceling debt through the sale of excess park land
Is a marine animal park located in Benidorm, in Costa Blanca, Spain. It is twinned with the water park Aqualandia, which is directly adjacent to it, and shares the same car park. There is a viewing area at the top of Mundomar next to the Dolphinarium, which gives a view of the majority of Aqualandia.
Many different species can be viewed at Mundomar, including dolphins, sea lions, penguins, meerkats and many more marine and land animals.
Is a small island and nature reserve off the Spanish coast, near the holiday town of Benidorm, approximately 3.5 km (2.2 miles) from the Benidorm sea front. Tourists to the area can take boat trips from the mainland to the island to visit its wildlife, most notably its population of wild peacocks. Due to this, it is sometimes known as Peacock Island.