Aquatropic offers attractions for both thrill seekers and families. Slide down the heights of Kamikaze; race each other on Twins or Soft Roads; or enjoy thrills at the wave pool. There’s a dedicated children’s play area with splash pool and kiddie-sized slides. Non-water facilities and attractions include a playground, trampoline, jumping castle, and arcade with activities such as foosball, billiards, and animated games.
Prebook your entrance tickets to avoid waiting in line. Discount packages are available for groups. Rent floats to minimize wait times for certain rides and attractions.
Things to Know Before You Go
Aquatropic is ideal for families with kids and thrill seekers.
There are minimum height requirements for certain rides.
Lockers, sunbeds, hammocks, and floats are available for rent.
Guests can bring their own food; food is also available at the park.
Bottles and cans are not permitted inside the park.
Free Wi-Fi is available in the restaurant area.
How to Get There
Aquatropic is located in Almuñecar, in Costa Tropical. It’s located along the main road leading away from Peñon de Cristobal and can be found just before Playa Velilla. Paid parking is available on-site, with a deposit returned upon exit. Bus line No. 3 also stops at the park.
When to Get There
The water park is open in summer, from June to September. Discounted entry is available after 3pm, and reentry is allowed on the same day.
There are plenty of beaches along the Costa Tropical. Besides those stretches of sand, other popular attractions include Aquarium Almuñecar, Majuelo Park and Botanical Garden (Parque Botanico El Majuelo), Loro-Sexi Bird Park (Parque Ornitológico Loro-Sexi), and Cave of the Seven Palaces (Museo Arqueológico Cueva de Siete Palacios).