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Aqualand El Arenal Water Park

Aqualand El Arenal

Aqualand El Arenal – Updated 27 September 2022

Located just 12km south of Palma is Aqualand el Arenal with wave pools, artificial rivers and waterslides a plenty. It’s a fun, family-friendly day out and a terrific way to enjoy a hot summer day in Mallorca.

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Congo River

For those just looking for a quiet and relaxing time, there are plenty of areas to sunbathe or swim. Try a float down the lazy Congo River or check out Dragonland for a swim near a giant dragon. Aqualand El Arenal is much prettier than the other water parks in Mallorca with plenty of tree-shaded lawned areas where you can relax, cool down, have an ice-cream and watch the world go by.

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Children’s Paradise

Aqualand Arenal is one of the island's largest waterparks and it caters for all ages. Kids can enjoy Children’s Paradise or Polynesia, which are fun, colourful and child-friendly pools with waterslides or opt for one of the other four themed areas such as Adventureland and Dragonland.

Tsunami & Anaconda

Adrenaline junkies have a superb choice of rides & slides to keep them happy. Try Tsunami, a 15m high half pipe with two vertigo slides or challenge your friends or family to a race down Anaconda’s twists and turns. If those rides don’t hit the mark, then you also have King Cobra, Fórmula Race, Tornado, Kamikaze, The Devil’s Tail & Banzai to try to name a few!

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Gift shop

After all of the thrills & spills and you’re ready for a break, there are few cafes to choose from or you can check out the gift shop for a souvenir or two.

Aqualand El Arenal can be crowded, so we recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot.

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What to expect

This state-of-the-art waterpark is one of those rare days out – an equal amount of fun for both adults and kids. Experience the watery thrills of Aqualand El Arenal, with return hotel transfers and an entrance ticket to the park.

Feel the gravity-defying kicks of the Kamikaze, or the adrenaline-pumping thrill of the Anaconda – two tangled up slides that pit riders against each other in a hair-raising race to the bottom. If you'd prefer to chill out, there's the Congo River, a relaxing hot tub, plus plenty of space to pull up a sun lounger.

Little ones will love Kidzworld including an Adventureland, Dragonland, and a Polynesian-themed area. Throw in a great range of eateries and snack stands too, and you've got a fun-filled family day out. And if you choose the PLUS option, you'll get fast-track entrance to the park and a guaranteed sunbed for every adult. Meanwhile, the kids get one drink, one ice cream and a souvenir gift. There's also an exclusive 10% discount on any purchases in the park, including the slide fast pass.

Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle, Palma

Bellver Castle – updated 27 September 2022

Bellver Castle is a well-preserved 14th century circular castle straddling a wooded hillside to the west of Palma with spectacular views of the Bay of Palma and the Tramuntana mountains in the distance.

Bellver Castle Palma

Round Castle

Surrounded by fragrant pine woods, the castle is unique in design and is Spain’s only round castle. Now a renowned Palma landmark located at the top of the hill Puig de Sa Mesquida, the former grand fortress and Catalan Gothic masterpiece attracts visitors by the hundreds who come to admire the architecture, the views and visit the interesting ground-floor museum.

King Jaume II gave the order for Bellver Castle to be built back in 1300 and the job was given to Pere Salva, the architect who designed the Almudaina Palace (The Royal Palace).

Bellver Castle Mallorca

Three towers

Bellver has three large towers surrounding a two-level central courtyard and a moat. You’ll see a contrast of architectural design as you explore the castle ranging from Gothic arches to rib-vaulting to semi-circular arches. The best way to see these contrasts is to look down at the courtyard from the roof.

Royal Residence

The castle was built to serve as a royal residence; however, with the exception of residencies by King Sanç and Joan I of Aragon, the building has spent more time as a prison than a home. Bellver Castle has hosted many prisoners over the years including King Jaume IV & King Jaume III's widow and sons and has been used as a penal institution during both the Napoleonic and Spanish Civil wars and World War II. If you visit the roof of the castle, you can see prisoners’ graffiti, carved into the stonework.

Museum

On the ground floor is Palma's museum of municipal history (Museu d’Història de la Ciutat) which follows the development of the city from the prehistoric Talayotic civilisation to the present day via its artefacts including pottery from Talaiotic, Roman, Arab and Spanish periods and classical statues from the Despuig Collection.

The central courtyard is the stage for a series of classical music concerts performed by the Balearic Symphony Orchestra each July. These open-air evening concerts are very popular.

The best way to get to Bellver Castle is via car, there is parking available, alternatively combine your visit with the Palma City Sightseeing open-top bus, which stops at the castle as part of its circuit. If you use public transport, then the closest you will get is Plaça de Gomila, from there it is a 15 minute, 1km walk up a steep hill.

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Palma Electric Car Tour & Castle Bellver

Palma Electric Car Tour & Castle Bellver

On this Palma tour with a twist, you won't be walking around the city. Instead, you'll have the fun experience of driving a 100% electric car to the top spots and standout photo stops. You'll get behind the wheel and follow your guide on a two-hour route that includes entry to the San Carlos Military History Museum, Bellver Castle and the Caves of Genova. – Book now

The Castle of Bellver Audio Tour: A History of Resistance

Visit one of the most unique architectural gems of Mallorca as never before. You will relive battles and understand the importance of the military features of Bellver Castle. When you get to the main tower, you will hear the horrific stories of those who were held in the “Olla” in the past as a form of torture. This unique audio experience will move you as you hear the sad stories of those who were imprisoned in Bellver, such as Alexander Jaume during the Franco regime. The tour ends with the story of Gaspar Jovellanos (who was responsible for inspiring the current Spanish Constitution) and the reasons why he was locked up in Bellver for years. – Book now

Cala Deia

Cala Deia Beach

Cala Deia – updated 28 September 2022

A small, picturesque shingle beach framed by the stunning Tramuntana mountains and located on the northwest coast of Mallorca. The rocky, rugged beach has very clear 6m deep waters and is only around 70m long.

Restaurants

The tiny cove beach is mostly made up of large rocks and small pebbles with glistening rock pools and great views. It has two restaurants, which both provide local cuisine such as tapas, paella and an assortment of fish.

Located just outside the beautiful village of Deià, the beach is very popular with locals and visitors and is a favourite destination for artists. It is not unusual to see the occasional celebrity on the beach.

Swimming, snorkelling & diving

Cala Deia is an ideal location for swimming, snorkelling and diving due to the crystal-clear waters; however, there are no equipment rental facilities on the beach so you will need to bring your own.

Rocky beach

The beach is not considered to be family-friendly due to the rocky beach and lack of sand; it also has multiple jellyfish sightings during the summer months. The beach also has no umbrellas, lounge chairs, water sports activities or lifeguard and access to first aid is minimal. The beach does have toilets and showers.

Many visitors enjoy walking along the cliffs up to the former pirate tower with its terrific views.

Getting there

You can get to the beach by car and if you arrive early enough, there is a small car park or you could park in the village and walk, it is around 3 km.

Deia

Deia is a small mountain-coastal village that has attracted artists, tourists and celebrities for many years. One of the prettiest villages in Mallorca, Deia is part of a landscape awarded World Heritage Site status. The writer Robert Graves famously lived in the village twice with many of his creative, artistic friends coming to visit and Deia quickly gained a reputation as an artist’s retreat.

Deia

Tours & Experiences

Majorca Tramuntana Mountains Guided Walking Tour

Majorca's spectacular scenery is in the spotlight on this tour. Trek between the Tramuntana Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea on a guided hike from Cala Deia to Soller. It's a gentle three-hour walk through some of the island's most impressive landscapes. And if you're feeling good, you can extend the walk into Port de Soller or the remote Muleta lodge – Book now

Half Day Sailing Excursion along the Coast

Half Day Sailing Excursion along the Coast with Sunset

Hidropark Alcudia

Hidropark Water Park Alcudia

Hidropark Alcudia – updated 08 September 2022

Hidropark Alcudia is the only water park in the north of the island and is located close to the beach and city centre in Port d'Alcudia and 1km away from the medieval walled town of Alcúdia.

Ideal for families

The park is ideal for families and smaller children. It is also quite large with a good variety of water attractions spread over 40,000 square metres.

Hidropark Alcudia

Fun for all of the family

You’ll find numerous rides, slides, pools, chill-out areas and even a children’s playground plus an infant area – there's something to keep everybody entertained at Hidropark Alcudia.

The waterslides are the main draw for visitors to the park and include Kamikaze rides, parallel slides, foam slides, multi-slides and spirals but there’s also plenty to do for the less adventurous such as the wave pool, waterfalls, fountains, shallow splash pools and climbing frames. Add to the list, bouncy castles & trampolines and it is easy to see that Hidropark Alcudia could keep a family entertained for the whole day.

Hidropark Alcudia

Mini golf

Just in case you run out of things to do, there is also a 54-hole mini golf course to try and paintball too!

The park does not allow visitors to bring their own picnic; however, there are fast food places and bars on-site.

Hidropark Alcudia

The park is open each day from 1 May to 30 October from 10am to 5pm, during July and August, it stays open until 6pm.

Alcúdia

After you've finished at the water park and if time permits, consider taking a short drive to Alcúdia. Surrounded by mighty walls that contain historic mansions, scenic plazas, cafés with beautiful terraces & warm-stone houses, this vibrant town is a year-round destination, providing a rich taste of history and culture.

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Hidropark Alcudia Entrance Ticket

Hidropark Alcudia

Enjoy a day splashing about on the different water slides and pools at Mallorca's Hidropark. Make any summer day become an unforgettable experience and a great memory. Located in Alcudia, the park is ideally situated for those staying in the resorts of Alcúdia, Ca’n Picafort and Puerto Pollença.

Slide down the spiral and super slalom, try to walk across giant water balls, splash about in the wave pools, and more. You can relax in the sun, always in sight of the kids, who have float boats, bouncy castles and super jumpers to play with – Book tickets

Katmandu Park

Katmandu Park, Magaluf

Katmandu Park – updated 28 September 2022

There is only one theme park in Mallorca, and it goes by the name of Katmandu Park. It's a fun place, a little wacky and a little bizarre and not very big; however, it has enough to keep you entertained for 4 to 6 hours.

Katmandu Park

Magaluf

Located in Magaluf, the park contains mind-blowing attractions, water park thrills & games plus an on-site hotel, Sol Katmandu Park complete with a giant yeti scaling the outside of the building.

Yeti

The on-site resort hotel is themed around The Legend of Katmandu™ – a mythical story featuring a Great Yeti who guards the powerful Red Jewel, Desirata™ – it's a lot of fun and includes hotel employees wearing Steampunk costumes and check in at a whimsical, time-travelling tram.

Katmandu Park

Katmandu Play Pass

There are some benefits for families who stay at the hotel, which include a free Sol Katmandu Play pass worth €200 per day for a family of four, it gets you into the park until 6pm daily with options to upgrade to a gold pass, which includes night-time entry.

Attractions

You’ll find 10+ attractions at the park including an upside-down Tibetan house where you can journey through time and imagination, the undersea world of KATOPIA Splash Park and KATOPIA Soft Play Adventure, the 16m high K3 Climb or if you prefer, you can take on the living dead in the ZOMBIES! XD Dark Ride.

Step into a mythical world of unexpected adventure, exciting rides, epic 4D encounters and splash park chills! From enchanting family fun to mind-blowing adventures for thrill seekers-everyone finds endless freedom to play with flexible ticketing options.

Snack Shack

If you are feeling peckish, the Snack Shack in the centre of the park serves hot dogs, chicken nuggets, fries, hamburgers, cold drinks including alcohol plus tea and fresh coffee.

The park is usually open until 10pm, obviously being Magaluf, it can get quite boisterous in the evening so if you are with children, the best time to visit is during the day.

Tickets – What to expect

Katmandu Park tickles the imagination and provides loads of cool treats that'll have the whole family smiling. With our PLUS pass, you'll have unlimited access to the park's top attractions including The House, Katopia splash park and soft play areas. There's also fast-track entrance plus two rounds of 18-hole mini-golf, too.

Katmandu is Majorca's only theme park – and it's brimming with spectacular attractions and special effects. There's The House – an upside-down mansion that boasts a musical enchanted forest, an ice cave and an interactive aquarium. And then there's the mind-boggling 5D virtual reality attractions and the 4D cinema.

A fire-and-ice-themed mini-golf course and a selection of 3D shooting games are also part of the package. And there's more. The kids can cool off at Katopia splashpark, and then run wild inside Europe's largest soft play area. It's one of the top family things to do in Majorca.

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