Spice up your day by visiting one of the best aquaparks in Italy.
Slides, water slides, a wild river, kamikaze, or a wave pool – these are just some of the attractions that will ensure a day full of fun for you and your children. If water attractions are not enough for you, the water parks include playgrounds, animation programs, and exercises in the water – you just won’t be bored!
1. Aquafolie, Caorle
Aquafollie Water World is located in the northeastern part of Caorle, next to Pescatore Park. The water park was established in 1990 and has since expanded and modernized several times. Fisherman’s Bay, with its artificial waves and refreshing waterfalls, is very popular here. Children can have fun on the Baby Lagoon water playground, on the sandpit or compete in the mini club. There are aqua aerobics classes with experienced trainers, dance performances and a beach with parasols and sun loungers.
However, the greatest interest in aqua parks arouses water slides, and in Aquafollia it is no different. The offer includes a 30-meter Kamikaze slide, a rubber boat ride on the Crazy River slide and a closed Blu Tube toboggan. The complex is complemented by a trampoline corner, a mini-car track, a restaurant and facilities for picnics, a games area and a souvenir shop.
2. Caneva World, Lago di Garda
The extensive Caneva World entertainment complex has been in operation since 2002 and consists of four main parts, the Aquaparadise, the Movieland film, a model of a medieval castle, and the Rock Star restaurant. You will definitely not know boredom here. It is located on the southeastern edge of Lake Garda, between the towns of Lazise and Peschiera del Garda.
The biggest attractions of the Aquaparadise water world include the Stukas Boom free-fall water slide, the giant slide from the Kamika volcano, and the Water Jump slide with a unique impact on the water. Younger children will enjoy the bay with its white sandy beach and the swimming pool with a pirate sailboat. Of course, there is a swimming pool, lazy river, artificial waves, and large relaxation areas.
3. Aquasplash, Lignano
The Aquasplash water world was created in the early 1980s. Aquasplash is the first facility of this type in Italy. It is one of the icons of family fun and active leisure in the Venice area, on the edge of the Lignano Pineta tourist area. You will find dozens of attractions here, divided according to difficulty. The most visited are the giant water slides Anaconda and Tubo Nero, the water mushroom Pallone or the swimming pool with artificial waves.
The Aquasplash water park includes an extensive children’s zone with a medieval gallery, the Piramide water rope world, Banzai slides, and the Jaracaboa slide. The program also includes performances of sea lions and parrots, cultural performances, and sports exercises.
4. Acqua Village, Tuscany
Giant water slides, sea beach-like waves, sports, various shows, and lots of other entertainment are offered by the pair of Acqua Village water parks in Tuscany. For a long time, it has been one of the largest and best-rated facilities of its kind in Italian territory.
Water World Acqua Village has two branches. The first is located in Marina di Cecina, a short walk from the mouth of the Fiume Cecina River to the Tyrrhenian Sea (Via Toscana). The second can be found in Follonice right next to the sports complex (Raffaello Sanzio). They are about 60 kilometers apart.
Both water parks are characterized by a rich stylization in the form of an exotic Pacific island with many undiscovered secrets. The main attractions of Acqua Village Cecina include the “fiery” Loko slide, the giant Waho slide, the water slide through the Lua Pele crater, the relaxing Wailele lagoon, the children’s island of Moku or the steep Kamikaze slide.
Acqua Village Follonica offers attractions such as the five-lane Gin-co slide, the Anaconda water slide, the Makai Spa Island, and a giant pool with artificial waves. None of the water parks has an extensive gastronomic zone, shops, changing rooms, a sunbathing lawn with loungers, and a car park.
5. Aqualandia Caribe Bay, Lido di Jesolo
It is the largest water park in Italy. Aqualandia (Caribe Bay) in Jesolo is styled like a Caribbean island, boasts the award for the best water park in Italy, and offers 80,000 square meters of entertainment, adrenaline, sports, and relaxation.
Since 1989, Aqualandia / Caribe Bay has offered a unique combination of relaxation, extreme experiences, and attractions for the whole family. Its unique features include the Caribbean beach of Shark Bay with artificial waves and the highest (42 meters) European slide Captain Spacemaker. Great water battles are taking place in the Intrigo fortress, a 200-meter-long, closed Tortuga Sky water slide awaits the brave ones, and you can enjoy the peace on the lazy Crazy River.
The Aqualandia / Caribe Bay water world includes a variety of water slides and slides of various parameters (Scary Falls, Barracudas, Apocalypse), the Golden Lagoon relaxation zone, and refreshing waterfalls in Paradise Lagoon. Younger children can have fun in Funnyland or in the relaxing Laguna Baby pool. However, you can also try Jungle Jump trampolines, a Tibetan footbridge crossing, bungee jumping, or a climbing wall.
6. Mirabeach, Ravenna
Mirabeach is a Caribbean-themed water park with swimming pools, colorful slides and beaches. This water park is located right next to the Mirabilandia theme park – the second most visited theme park in Italy. Both parks are located on the Adriatic coast, in Ravenna – very close to the popular resort of Rimini.
Aquapark offers lots of water slides and water slides for perfect water fun, including animation programs for children and adults. There are also many restaurants and stalls in the park with fast food, such as Mc Donald’s, or with gluten-free or healthy children’s food.
7. Odissea 2000, Rossano
Aquapark Odissea 2000 is one of the most important and popular aquaparks in Calabria, which will satisfy the wishes and requirements of every visitor. Located in Rossano, just a few meters from the beautiful Ionian Sea coast, it offers a wealth of activities. Here you will find a large number of water slides, slides, swimming pools with artificial waves, water massages, and many other attractions.
Aquapark is divided into 4 parts. The first area includes services, accommodation, and meals. In the second part there are attractions for children, and in the third part is the island of Galatea. It is a space designed for families with children with slides, and attractions surrounded by rocks and waterfalls. The fourth area includes relaxing and entertaining attractions.
8. Hydromania, Lumbroso
If you are planning a holiday with children in Rome, take a break from exploring the beauties of this beautiful city and take the children to the water park. Hydromamie is the only water park in Rome. You will find many attractions to have fun with here!
You won’t know where to start between slides, rotating bowls, tunnels, waves, beach areas, and hot tubs … but don’t worry, you can come back as many times as you want! Does it seem small to you? The Aquapark offers much more: football fields, beach volleyball, a semi-Olympic swimming pool, and even a mermaid rock!
9. Le Vele, San Gervasio Bresciano
Le Vele is a cute establishment surrounded by greenery. The scenery of attractions and buildings is varied, they look like a fairy tale. In addition, this water park is the largest in Italy with an area of 200,000 square meters.
Aquapark Le Vele offers 11 transparent pools of various sizes and more than 6 km of slides for all tastes and all ages. You can relax here under the sun, regenerate gentle waterfalls or have fun accompanied by an animation team in competitions and water games.
10. Acquapark Onda Blu, Tortoreto
Acquapark Onda Blu is located in Tortoreto, within easy reach of visitors to the Marche and Abruzzo regions. On an area of 120,000 m2, you will find a lot of fun for small and large, swimming pools, water attractions, sun terraces, and space for relaxation and refreshments.
There are swimming pools, gentle slides for smaller children, and steep high slides for larger, long, and twisted water slides, as well as a green area with trees to relax in the shade.
11. Aquadream, Baja Sardinia
If you are looking for water fun other than the sea during your holiday in Sardinia, you can head to the Aquadream theme park. It was opened here as the first of its kind in 1987. It is located on an area of three hectares off the famous Costa Smeralda.
The famous attractions of the Aquadream water park include a giant inflatable ball with the Pallone waterfall, a closed “Black Hole” water slide with a length of 120 meters, and the Trottola megatrychtre. In total, about fifteen slides will take care of your entertainment, including a racing slide, a lazy river, and a large swimming pool. The youngest visitors will appreciate the fun-filled Laguna Jungle zone for non-swimmers, as well as the colorful children’s playground.