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Old 07-04-2008, 08:24
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Will be in PP for a month this summer with 3 grandchildren (11,8 & 7) and thought they might like the Water Park in Alcudia. Is it easy to get there (I will not have a car) & what's it like? Would appreciate any comments.
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Old 07-04-2008, 08:35
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Easy via bus or cab

some will tell you its not a patc n the large parks in the south

I think its just the job

great for all ages ( except possibly some older teenagers, though ours still enjoy it )

good range of slides

very family orientated and small enough that they can roam and yet still be nearby

food they serve is awful though ........... take a picnic
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Thanks very much cd - will certianly give it a try with picnic of course! Is it expensive?
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It was 17 euros for adults and 8 for kids last year. Worth a day out, my lads who are 9 and 7 loved it.

It has its own website click here
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Would agree with cd re the food - it really is dreadful, a picnic is a must

I'm sure your children will enjoy the slides etc.. it doesn't compare in size and variety with the parks in the south but still good fun. When my son came on holiday with us two years ago he went one day with his Dad while I went to Balaixa and had a lovely lunch and a swim in peace - my son had a good time and he was 26!!!!
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We will be in pp in a couple of weeks time and would like to go to the waterpark but hubby is disabled so does anyone know if they have disabled facilities. I would also like to know if there is plenty of shade cos hubby likes to sit in the shade and people watch.
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