The Best Water Parks in Majorca

Where to head with friends and family for splash-tastic fun

Majorca holidays are pretty dreamy – add in a water-park day? Perfection. You can get your adrenaline kick or laugh as your friends do, while you take another spin on a lazy river. We’ve gathered information on the three biggest and best water parks in Majorca.

  1. Hidropark Alcúdia – Best for Young Families
  2. Western Water Park – Best for Shared-Ring Rides
  3. Aqualand El Arenal – Best for Mixed-Age Groups

There are water parks located in both the north and south of Majorca, so you can easily visit the one nearest to you or turn it into an exciting day trip. These parks are great for various groups, whether you're going with friends, taking the whole family including the little ones, or looking for a fun couples' activity. Alongside these parks, you may also be interested in family hotels in Majorca with water slides, offering an extra layer of fun and convenience for your stay.

Here’s our rundown of the best water parks in Majorca, ensuring you have all the information you need to make the most of your water-based adventures on the island. This feature is a must-see in our Majorca travel guide – make sure you don't miss it for all the essential details and insider tips to enhance your experience.

1. Hidropark Alcúdia – Best for Young Families

Hidropark in Alcúdia, the only water park in the north of Majorca, is a major draw for visitors, and it ranks high on the list of things to do in Majorca for families. From Alcúdia old town or the city center, it's conveniently accessible by a short bus ride to Carretera d’Arta, followed by a 10-minute walk, or a quick 10-minute drive or taxi ride. The park is also a mere 20-minute walk or a six-minute drive from Alcúdia beach area, and just a 20-minute drive from Port de Pollença, making it the nearest park to Can Picafort.

Although smaller than Western Water Park or Aqualand, Hidropark offers an ideal experience for younger families, with a range of attractions that are not too overwhelming. Inside the park, families will find an array of slides, including spiral slides, mat racers, gentler rides for younger children, and adrenaline-pumping attractions like a vertical drop, side-by-side racers, and a half-pipe. There’s a wave pool suitable for the whole family, two pools focused on younger children with shallower water and mini slides, as well as splash play zones and a comprehensive kids’ zone with slides suitable for all ages.

With ample sunbeds around the pools included in the entry ticket, and a dedicated Green Zone with shady areas for breaks from the sun, the park is well-equipped for a full day of fun. The on-site restaurant, bar, and various food and drink kiosks offer a range of refreshments, from cool drinks to snacks and ice creams, ensuring that Hidropark is a must-visit destination for families looking for enjoyable activities in Majorca.

Prices: Adult (11–60) €29.95, kids (3–10)/60+ €21.95.

Opening times: Jul/Aug 10–18:00. May/Jun/Sep/Oct 10:30–17:00.

2. Western Water Park – Best for Shared-Ring Rides

One of the best water parks in Majorca, Western Water Park, is right in the heart of Magaluf, just ten minutes’ drive from Palma Nova seafront. There is on-site parking for €7 per day, or you can take a bus from Palma (routes 106), Palma Nova (106), Magaluf (123), Santa Ponça (123) or Peguera (123).

The Wild-West-themed park is popular with groups of teens, adults and families too, and there’s something for everyone. You’ll find the twisty, spiralling el Látigo slide, vertical drop slides, plunge bowls, twin racer slides and a half-pipe where you get serious air. The mat racer has six side-by-side lanes for an epic battle, or you can all sit in one giant ring and head for the Grand Canyon, the black hole or the hurricane.

There’s a wave pool, a relaxing pool with waterfalls, and a river that can be lazy or wild – you choose. La Ponderosa, Coyote Park and El Alamo are all sections dedicated to younger visitors, with dozens of fun slides and watery attractions for little ones.

When hunger strikes, enjoy cowboy-themed fast food (think burgers, pizzas and grills) or head to Sioux Fast Food and La Ola Fast Food. You can also find cold drink and ice-cream stalls dotted around the park. You can rent a locker (€6/day) and sunbed (€5/day) and pick-up photos on-site or visit the giftshop. To skip the queues, there’s also a Fast Pass option.

Four groups of friends travelling together, the cheapest option could be to get a Group Ticket for four adults (11+) for €120. These are only available online and must be booked in advance.

Prices: Adult €34, child/senior €26, mini €14, <2s free. Family (online) €104

Opening times: Jun/Sep/Oct 01–15th 10–17:00. Jul/Aug 10–18:00

3. Aqualand El Arenal – Best for Mixed-Age Groups

Aqualand El Arenal is the biggest water park in Majorca, and one of the most popular. It’s located in s’Arenal, just a 20-minute drive from the centre of Palma and around a 30-minute drive from Magaluf.

It’s even accessible from the capital via bus – the No. 23 stops right outside the park. If you come by car, the car park is €7/day. The park has so many attractions for all ages, including several shallow, themed kids’ pools – one with a dragon – and a collection of 12 slides dedicated to younger visitors. Teens and adults can have a whale of a time on larger slides to get your adrenaline pumping. There are vertical drops and plunge bowls, double-ring race slides, black-out slides and several snake-themed tubes, as well as rapids and an aquatic sled slide.

Families and friends will also love racing against each other on the mat racer, and jumping in the wave pool, or taking time out on the lazy river. To keep your energy up, the park has several kiosks serving hot food, snacks and drinks, and ice-cream vendors too. You can rent a locker for €6/day and a sunbed for €5/day and you can even book a Fast Pass to help you whizz past any queues during peak season. Groups of friends travelling together can also get an online-exclusive Group Pass for four adults for €120.

Prices: Adult €34, child/senior €26, mini €14, <2s free. Family (online only) €104

Opening times: Jun/Sep 10–17:00. Jul/Aug 10–18:00

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