The park was fairly quiet especially at opening times, this gave us a lot of time to go through the bigger rides with no queues, although it seemed not every ride opens when the park does. The queues later on in the day were still fine compared to most water parks I’ve been too. Rides consist of rubber dinghies or classic water slides and some are fairy big. The park is based on a large hill so expect to be climbing up stairs and big ramps a lot of the time for slides. Also the floor gets very hot so I would recommend some water shoes/socks.
Food and drink onsite was cheap yet basic, good enough though. Also has a wave pool, lazy river and a kids area.
It was 25 Euro’s(or around about that, might have been 24)each for the park. Was a fun day out but unsure if it’s worth the price. Each to their own for that.
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