Theme parks in Spain

When planning a theme park trip to Spain with your children you want to make sure you pick the most suitable theme park for the whole family. Here you will find a selection of the best hotel + ticket deals to theme parks in Barcelona, ​​Tarragona and Madrid. Discover theme parks like PortAventura or Parque Warner with these packages.

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Amusement parks in Madrid

Looking for fun in Madrid? We have several options for a day out with family or friends that you won't forget. Are you film buffs and Warner fans? Do you prefer a more classic amusement park? Are you crazy about animals and botany? These are the best suggestions for having a great time on your amusement park getaway in Madrid:

  • Parque Warner Madrid. As its slogan says: It's an amusement park like a movie! You will find it in the town of San Martín de la Vega. It has a total of 42 attractions distributed in five themed areas, all of them set in different films, characters and scenarios produced by Warner Bros. and DC Comics. Therefore, there is no shortage of areas that evoke emblematic spaces of the United States, such as the beaches of California, New York, Breverly Hills or Hollywood studios. If you like to feel the adrenaline rush, don't miss the Enigma's Revenge, a tower with a 120-metre drop and considered to be the highest in Europe. Other must-see attractions include the Stunt Fall, Superman and Batman roller coasters. It is one of the most visited amusement parks in Spain.
  • Amusement park in Madrid. It is in the capital (you can get there by metro and bus) and has a 20-hectare site of pure fun. It has four themed areas: Machinery, Tranquility, Nature and Nickelodeon Park (the family area). Among its most popular attractions are StarFlyer, hanging chairs at 80 metres; the Abismo roller coaster, which reaches 105 kilometres per hour; or the free fall of the iconic La Lanzadera.
  • Faunia. If you like animals and plants, don't miss this nature theme park located at Avenida Comunidades, 28, in Madrid. It is a symbiosis between a natural ecosystem and a traditional zoo, with more than 700 species of animals and more than 1,000 different plant species. It is an ideal place to learn curious things about their behaviour, as well as to learn about their respect and conservation, through 15 different ecosystems. Without a doubt, the most interesting thing about the park is that it offers the possibility of interacting with many animals, such as fur seals, penguins, pelicans and manatees. And even the most daring can feed animals as feared as crocodiles. Children love the experience of being able to deal with the animals in such a close way.

Amusement parks in Barcelona and Tarragona

Thinking of amusement parks in Barcelona and Tarragona means one thing: PorAventuraWorld! This is the most visited leisure complex in Spain, located in Salou, and one of the most popular in Europe. And no wonder. Three very different parks await us here, among which you are sure to have a favourite: PortAventura, Ferrari Land and Caribe Aquatic Park. This is what each of them is like:

 

  • PortAventura. An amusement park awaits us with lots of fun proposals throughout its six themed areas: Mediterrània, Polynesia, China, Mexico, Far West and the Sesamoaventura children's area. In these areas, you will find everything themed, restaurants in all areas, with incredible shows, shops, hotels inside the amusement park and attractions among which we highlight some of the most emblematic: the Dragon Khan (symbol of the park, since its opening), with 8 loops and reaching 110 kilometres per hour; the "hypercoaster" Shambhala, only for the most daring, with the highest drop of all PortAventura; the 100-metre free fall of the Hurakan Condor; or the wooden roller coaster Stampida. The Salou park now has the most extensive map of attractions in Spain.
  • Ferrari Land. If you like speed and sports cars, and specifically the Italian racing team founded by Enzo Ferrari, you should not miss this amusement park where you will learn all the details and curiosities of its history, as well as being able to drive one of these cars thanks to the Pole Position Challenge simulator. There is no shortage of adrenaline-pumping attractions at Ferrari Land, such as the Red Force accelerator, which travels 880 metres in just five seconds, reaching 180 kilometres per hour and rising to 112 metres high; the ThrillTowers free fall and bounce towers; the Maranello Grand Race circuit competition; or the Pit Stop Record to put you in the shoes of a mechanic working in the pit lane.
  • Caribe Aquatic Park. The most fun place to cool off this summer in the face of the high temperatures. More than 50,000 square meters full of water attractions await you here, from slides to wave pools. Which attractions are not to be missed? For thrills, King Khajuna, a 31-meters free fall, and The Typhoon, a tower where you climb 15 meters and then have to come down... amidst storms and wild turbulence. Of course, there's also a pool with waves (The Bermuda Triangle) and slides (Mambo Limbo).

Amusement parks in Seville

If you are on a trip to Andalusia and want to experience an unforgettable day full of anecdotes and fun, you must visit the Isla Mágica theme park in Seville. Ideal for history lovers and those who want to play at being intrepid adventurers: through its complex you will get to know the customs and the most representative places of one of the most fascinating periods in history, that of the discoveries, between the 16th and 17th centuries.

 

The Isla Mágica amusement park offers a journey through six different worlds: Seville, Puerto de Indias, when this was the most populated city in the kingdom in the 16th century, with intense commercial and cultural traffic, which acted as a gateway from the New World (America) to Europe; Puerta de América, where the Castle of San Felipe and the city of Cartagena de Indias are located; Amazonia, a tropical, humid and rainy jungle, where we can be seduced by the Iguazú Falls and discover the treasures of the New World, such as El Jaguar; La Guarida de los Piratas, the most dangerous place in Isla Mágica, where the most feared characters of the seas meet; La Fuente de la Juventud, a beautiful place to be eternally young among water lilies, streams and ponds; and the sought-after El Dorado, the legendary lost city.

 

What are the must-see attractions at Isla Mágica Seville? If you like thrills, don't miss El Desafío, a 68-meters free fall down an Arabian minaret; the El Jaguar roller coaster guarantees a good dose of speed; Iguazú is ideal for cooling off on hot days aboard a raft that descends rivers at 60 kilometers per hour; another must is the intense rafting trip offered by the Rapids of the Orinoco attraction. To take a break from all the hustle and bustle, there is a full program of shows related to the themed areas.

 

And there's more! On the hottest summer days, don't miss the Agua Mágica-The Seville beach water park. It is located inside the Isla Mágica theme park itself (you have to show your ticket for the amusement park to enter and there is no access from outside). Here you'll find slides and other swings with lots of water, a beach with waves, a zip line over a pool... and much more.

Amusement parks in Valencia

The Region of Valencia is much more than sun and beach. Amusement parks such as Terra Mítica and Aqualandia, both in Benidorm (Alicante), as well as the Aquarama in Benicàssim (Castellón), have long been important among its tourist attractions. Are you up for a visit to some of the best water parks and amusement parks?

 

  • Terra Mítica. Delve into the ancient civilisations of the Mediterranean with this theme park in Benidorm. You'll go back in time to some of the most splendid in human history: Egypt, Greece, Rome, The Islands and Iberia, with rides, shops and décor completely adapted to those times. It opened its doors in 2000 and since then it has been renewing its attractions, among which we highlight the following: The Magnus Colossus roller coaster, made of wood; the inverted Titanide roller coaster; the 54-meters free fall tower The Flight of the Phoenix, which reaches 100 kilometres per hour in just 3 seconds; the giant Synkope pendulum, where you will scream like never before but you will surely want to repeat; The Fury of the Triton, an aquatic attraction with two vertiginous drops of 10 and 15 meters high; or the fourth dimension roller coaster Inferno, with many 360-degree turns at 60 kilometres per hour. Which one do you choose?
  • Aqualandia. This water park in Benidorm is one of the longest-established in Spain and Europe: it opened its doors in 1985. It offers up to 15 attractions for all ages and is an ideal destination for families and friends alike. For a long time it was the largest water park in Europe, with a surface area of 200,000 square meters. Among its attractions we highlight Big-Bang, with colourful slides, with the highest being no less than 30 meters high! The Verti-Go attraction offers even more: 28 and 33-meters high slides with a drop of over 100 kilometres per hour. Do you dare?
  • Aquarama. A must every summer for lovers of water amusement parks in the area of Castellón and Valencia. It is located in Benicàssim and has 18 attractions, some as spectacular as El Salto del Diablo, a kamikaze slide with a 30-meters drop, or El Remolino, a huge slide where you slide on a double float.

Tenerife amusement parks

The Canary Islands are characterised by their mild and pleasant temperatures all year round, with no major fluctuations. This is undoubtedly one of its great tourist attractions. In addition to its natural, cultural and beach attractions, there are also amusement parks. Specifically, on the island of Tenerife. Find out what awaits you at Siam Park, Loro Parque and Aqualand.

 

  • Siam Park. They claim to be the best water park in the world. There are plenty of reasons for this. This amusement park located on the Costa Adeje (Santa Cruz de Tenerife) has 21 attractions for all ages: relaxation, to take a break for example in the Floating Market, where you can have a drink in a typical Thai village, the Mai Thai River, to navigate with slow and fast stretches, or the Siam Beach, with bright white natural sand; Family attractions such as the Jungle Snake, where you will enter the waters of a jungle aboard individual floats or in pairs for more fun, the slide race proposed by Naga Racer or the wave beach The Wave Palace; or attractions for thrill-seekers such as Dragon, with funnel-shaped slides totally vertical! , Vulcano for floating through the water in the dark or the Singha water roller coaster.
  • Aqualand. A proposal to cool off in Costa Adeje itself. A park with up to 18 attractions to have a great time in the water. There is a family area, a relaxation area, a children's area and, of course, an area for those looking for more adrenaline, with water rides such as Tsunami, 21 meters high; Kamikazes, with parallel slides where you will go down at great speed; or FlyingBoats, two slides where you will travel no less than 272 meters between spirals and falls.
  • Loro Park. Also in Santa Cruz de Tenerife. It is considered one of the best zoos in Spain and has an interesting collection of tropical plants, as well as animals (mammals, birds, fish, reptiles), including the story of Morgan, a killer whale that was rescued in Holland and moved to this park to take care of it and help it to survive. A leisure proposal that will delight children who love animals.
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FAQs

What are the theme parks?

Theme parks are ideal active tourism proposals for having fun. These complexes are known for having a considerable number of attractions for all audiences and that follow a storyline, a theme (or several), in which their leisure and entertainment proposals are set, from attractions to shows, shops and even hotels.


What types of theme parks are there?

There are theme parks for all likes and styles:

  • The best known are amusement theme parks, where the space is organised around them with a specific theme and usually offer a wide range: from gentle rides to others full of thrills.
  • In summer, water parks are very popular, with refreshing bathing attractions. From the typical tube slides to doughnut rides on the water.
  • Nature parks are also a great way to have a good time, with zip lines, climbing areas, seeing animals in their habitat, safaris, etc.

What is the best theme park in Madrid?

There is no one that is better than another, but it will depend on your preferences and what you are looking for.

If you are a movie lover, you cannot miss Parque Warner Madrid, with settings in this production company, in DC Comics and in the USA; those who are looking for a space with many attractions of all kinds, for all audiences, and without leaving the capital, will find in the Parque de atracciones de Madrid an ideal space; finally, nature, wildlife and botany lovers, who want to experience a direct contact with nature, should visit Faunia.


What is the most famous theme park in Spain?

PortAventura is undoubtedly the best known. It opened in 1995 and since then it has not stopped growing. So much so that today it is just one of the theme parks that make up the PortAventuraWorld complex, which also includes Ferrari Land - dedicated exclusively to the Italian racing team - and Caribe Aquatic Park. It is the most visited amusement park in Spain and one of the most visited in Europe.