It’s all about excitement and fun in the water at this park with gravity-defying slides as well as rides that let you catch your breath.
From thrilling swirl and slide rides and choppy wave pools to leisurely floats and gentle splash zones, Mario Park has lots of aquatic attractions to excite and entertain the whole family. Enjoy a splash-filled day of fun on steep slides and in pools and Jacuzzis.
Hurtle your body down the Boomerang, a fast slide with a dramatic drop. Climb into an inflatable ring to brave the Super Tornado which will hurl you into a funnel and down into a splash pool. It lays claim to being the highest tornado ride in Europe.
Reach high speeds as you navigate the fast-flowing waters of Bravo River. After your burst of adrenaline take it easy in one of the Jacuzzis and unwind in the clear waters of the Blue Lake swimming pool which features a waterfall.
The Children's Lake for younger kids encompasses slides, mushrooms that shower water and a cobra snake that spurts out water if you get too close to it. Children must be 4.1 feet (125 centimeters) or under to use this area.
For refreshments bring your own food and drink and use the shaded picnic areas or visit the park's cafés bars and ice cream parlor. There is also a bar located on an island in the Blue Lake.
Head into the Mystery Cave and look for cave paintings, slide in tandem with friends and relatives down the multitrack slide and brave the Kamikaces, two big slides with steep descents. Other attractions include the wave pool and the Black Hole slide.
The thrills and spills of Mario Park are approximately a 10-minute drive from the center of Roquetas de Mar. Car parking is free. The park is open daily from early June until the beginning of September. Discounts on the admission are available for retired persons while children under 3.1 feet (95 centimeters) in height get in for free. If you want to save money on admission, purchase an afternoon ticket instead of a full-day one.