After visits to other water parks in Europe, we went with high hopes, but due to the inherent mis-management of the park, I was pretty disappointed. My family enjoyed it though!
- Good location for Pula and Chia
- Lockers are €3
- Plenty of free sunbeds
- Constant entertainment in the pool and a staged area which also had foam sessions. All in Italian, all very weird but good fun.
- Booked tickets online, then still had to queue to get paper tickets
- The park opened at 10, we arrived at 10.15, but couldn't get in until 10.30 - without any explanation as to why!
- My 6 yo and 9 yo could only actually go in the two pools and zero rides due to the over-zealous rules about safety (even the gentle 2 person raft rides in 2 feet of water were 10 years minimum). Only when we tried to get on the rides did a kind supervisor explain that you could sign parental consent form to get wristbands then they could do the rides (another trek back to the lockers to get this done - even though my kids were right there when we hired the lockers!)
- Lunch is strange. They only served it from one place and only from 1pm. We had to wait whilst staff were served first and then they were late serving as there was a private party. Inevitably it was then luke warm. Bring your own picnic would be a better bet.
- The big white roller coaster ride is only open to over 18s, which is a bit weird for a water park clearly aimed at children. I thought I'd have a go as there was no queue and not many people using it. I grabbed a rubber ring from a supervisor at the bottom, trudged up the steps, listened to a safety demonstration in Italian, before being told in English that I was too big to go on the ride (I am 14.5 st / 92 Kgs)! My unsuitability for the ride was assessed by the guy at the top who wasn't exactly in peak condition himself. I then had to make the walk of shame down to explain to my confused family. Why don't they make it clear there's a weight limit, why didn't the first supervisor stop me and why even have a ride that so few people could or would use? It was largely unused for the whole day we were there.
Pretty good day out as long as you're aware of these issues before you go.
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