We reveal the best waterparks in Europe – with deals from £352pp this summer | The Sun

THINKING about visiting a waterpark this summer?

We’ve rounded up some of the best waterparks in Europe based on TripAdvisor ratings and the best deals to get you there.

1. Siam Park, Spain

Consistently top of the list for waterparks, Siam Park in Tenerife is an enormous Thai-themed attraction with something for everyone.

For adrenaline junkies there are slides that will let you reach 50mph on the way down, or you can simply relax in one of the beaches right on site.

Younger kids can enjoy smaller slides or just a float down the lazy river.

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Tickets to the park cost £34 for adults and £24 for children, and you can buy them before you go from Attraction Tickets.

Or why not book a package break with Jet2 Holidays that includes unlimited entry into the park?

Prices for a 7-night stay starts from just £419pp, and includes flights, accommodation and transfers and there are a few different resorts to choose from.

You can find all the deals here.

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2. Alton Towers, UK

Alton Towers has an indoor/outdoor waterpark

You might think of Alton Towers as a theme park but it actually has an indoor/outdoor waterpark that you can visit year round.

The heated indoor area is a splash zone with smaller slides and pool while the outdoor section is all about the big flumes.

Tickets for the waterpark and the theme park are sold separately but make sure you book before you get there as it’ll be cheaper.

It costs £16.50pp and you can get them here.

3. Parco Cavour, Italy

This modern waterpark takes inspiration from tropical spots around the world.

There’s a tiki bar, Robinson Crusoe-inspired beach, lagoons, waterslides and more.

Even the pool has sand at the bottom so you feel like you’re in a tropical paradise.

You can pre-book your entry through Tiqets with prices from £16.14pp.

The closest city to the waterpark is Verona; it’s not quite as popular as some of the other European cities, which means you can find great deals going there.

Jet2 Holidays for example has 3-night breaks to the city starting from just £254pp, with flights and accommodation during peak season included – it’s bookable here.

4. Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark, Cyprus

The Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark is definitely one for thrillseekers.

It has 10 different water slides that are designed to get your blood pumping as you go down them at speed.

For younger kids, there’s also a wave pool, lazy river and different splash zones.

You can book tickets through Viator from £27.20pp.

Or why not book a package break with unlimited entry to the park included in your stay?

Jet2 Holidays has a deal for £608pp, with 7 nights’ accommodation, flights from London Stansted on September 26, and transfers included as well – book here.

5. Katmandu Park, Spain

Another hugely popular attraction, Katmandu Park is frequently voted Spain’s best theme park.

As well as thrill rides, soft play and mini golf, the park also has a hugely popular waterpark, with plenty of waterslides to keep your kids entertained.

Tickets to the park include all of the attractions so even if it rains, you can still enjoy lots of activities – and you can book them on Attraction Tix here.

Or for an even better deal, stay at the hotel on site to get unlimited entry to the park included as part of your stay.

Prices start from £109pp a night with On The Beach, and you can add flights to turn it into a package holiday from £352pp.

Or Jet2 Holidays has pre-packaged deals from £527pp for a 7-night stay with flights and transfers, bookable here.

6. Aquafollie, Italy

Located in the town of Caorle, Aquafollie is designed for families.

There aren’t as many bigger thrill slides, but younger kids will love all the different splash zones, the wave pool and lagoon.

Tickets to Aquafollie start from £22.20pp, which you can book through Tiqets.

As it’s so close to Venice, it’s perfect for a day out if you’re looking for a change of scenery.

easyJet Holidays has 2-night deals to Venice from £129pp with flights and hotel included but you can search for longer trips here.

7. WaterPark Rhodes, Greece

Ideal for a day out when you’re staying in Rhodes, WaterPark in Faliraki is hugely popular with families and with good reason.

There’s a huge range of slides ranging from the extreme kamikaze-style drops to gentler slides for rafts.

For those with younger kids, there’s a lazy river, wave pool and splash zones as well.

You can buy skip the queue tickets from Viator for £22.51pp here. 

As Faliraki is such a popular destination, there are lots of package holiday deals for it.

Tui for example has 4-night all-inclusive breaks for £391pp, including flights – it’s bookable here.

8. PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park, Spain

This waterpark is part of PortAventura, the biggest theme park resort in southern Europe.

It’s all about pools and slides here and you can come whatever the weather as it has indoor and outdoor areas.

You can pre-book your entry through Attraction Tickets here, and it costs £25 for adults and £22 for children.

But because it's such a popular attraction, lots of the hotels in the area offer free entry when you stay with them.

Jet2 Holidays for example has 7-night breaks with entry to the park, flights, accommodation and transfers from £385pp.

Double check before you book though as some only include entry to the theme park and not the actual waterpark.

9. Aqualand Corfu Water Park, Greece

One of the biggest waterparks in the world, Aqualand has over 20 slides, pools and other attractions, catering for adults and children of all ages.

There’s even a baby pool for those travelling with toddlers.

Because there’s so much to do, tickets are a bit more expensive than other waterparks – they cost £40.37pp from Viator.

But fortunately for those staying on site, unlimited entry to the waterpark is included as part of your stay.

Tui has 7-night breaks to the resort from £503pp including flights and accommodation – you can book here.

10. Action Aquapark, Bulgaria

Located in the popular Sunny Beach resort, Action Aquapark is one of the biggest waterparks in Bulgaria.

It’s ideal for those travelling with younger kids as there’s a huge lazy river that goes all the way around the park as well as lots of mini splash zones.

You can pre-book tickets to the waterpark for £16pp via Muesement.

Alternatively, book a holiday that includes unlimited entry to the park.

Jet2 Holidays has a 7-night all inclusive deal with hotel, flights, transfers and park entry from £548pp – book it here.

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