Aqualand Torremolinos. 65 Kilometres for Estepona. 45 minutes. The oldest and largest of the three water parks, Aqualand Torremolinos is is situated just five minutes from the centre of Torremolinos and is the most popular of the waterparks on the Sunshine coast.
It lands over 70,000m square meters in total with landscaped gardens, attractions and swimming pools. There are a total of 19 water slides for adults and 15 slides suitable for children. Highlights include the Boomerang and Europe’s highest water slide the Kamikaze. There are separate children’s areas and a wave pool.
There are food kiosks that sell a variety of products: sandwiches, pizzas and hamburgers. A cheaper option is to bring your own picnic, remember – no glass!
Bahia Park Algeciras. 35 kilometres from Estepona. 1/2 an hour. The Bahia Park is situated just west of Algeciras about 30 minutes from Estepona. Bahia Park consistently receives rave reviews and is one of the best around and it also tends to be less crowded.
There are eight big slides in total, including the Gran Niagara and Kamikaze. Several of the slides are on inner tubes, just adding to the fun and speed. There is an 'activity pool' home to several attractions including a zipline, which provides an unforgettable experience. Picnic areas and free parking.
There's one self-service restaurant, a pizzeria that serves hamburgers, hot dogs, pizzas and kebabs.
45 kilmetres for Estepona. 35 Minutes. The waterpark in Mijas is the smallest, it is ideally suited to families with smaller children. You can almost sit in the middle of the park and keep an eye on them while they go on all the attractions. Situated in Mijas, just off the Fuengirola bypass, it is also the least busy.
There are five water slides in total, other attractions include mini-golf, a rock-climbing wall and several jacuzzis. As with the other parks, there are also large picnic areas and gardens.
Cafeteria, self-service restaurant and a kiosk selling pizzas and ice creams.