Water parks to enjoy with children on the Costa del Sol

Water parks to enjoy with children on the Costa del Sol

 Tags: Leisure

There are a few days left before the youngest members of the household go back to school and they still have energy left for plenty more fun. So, an excellent plan for this last stretch of the summer is to take them to a water park and have a cooling, unforgettable day with the family. On the Costa del Sol we have a whole host of options for you to bring happiness to your children. Let us show them to you!


Costa Water Park

Open all summer, this park goes above and beyond everything you’ve seen until now. It is a platform floating in the sea, creating a ring of attractions with slides and balancing challenges as the stars of the show. You can find one in Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Puerto Banús and Sotogrande.

To enjoy this original water park, you can buy a one-hour ticket or a full-day pass which, given its generous timetable from 11am to 8pm, is really worth it.

Children enjoy a decent discount, meaning that Costa Water Park is an ideal option for taking the family out.



Located in Torremolinos and, although this water park is not renowned for having many attractions for younger children (Children’s Paradise and Seta Acuática), it certainly has a lot of family attractions. Some have no height restrictions and others demand a minimum height of 1.2 metres, making this a perfect water park to go to with children who also enjoy a reduced entrance fee (from 11€ to 21€, depending on age).

One of its biggest attractions is that it will also be open throughout October.



Located in Mijas, it is probably the water park which is most focused on small children and families on the Costa del Sol. It has attractions which are specifically designed for children, like the toddler pool and Diverdragón. Furthermore, the park organises fun activities with the help of Gotito and Gotita, its two mascots, where even the littlest can take part.

Another big appeal is that in order to enjoy the non-toddler attractions, the minimum height is 1.15 metres, which means that it is accessible for the majority of children. And if that weren’t enough, families and children receive discounts and reduced entrance fees.

Aquamijas is open until the 30th of September.



It is situated in Torre del Mar, Vélez-Málaga, and it also boasts sections exclusively for children. What is more, the rest of the attractions require a minimum height of between 1.1 and 1.4 metres meaning that most children can enjoy them and really make the most of the park.

This water park is particularly special because it also has VRFUN Park. This is a Virtual Reality arcade suitable for all age groups where you can enjoy a really wide variety of new experiences: from flying in the sky to driving a car at high speed and exploring the depths of the ocean.

Hurry up because this park closes in mid-September and it is, without doubt, an original way to thrill the youngest members of your family.




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