Theme parks in Spain

In Spain you can find several theme parks which can be an excellent entertainment for your family or friends during your visit to Spain.


Spanish theme parks are located in the main tourist sites and in the main cities so if you travel to Spain you will probably have a theme park not too far.
Here is a list of Spanish amusement parks and where these are located.

Port Aventura theme park is located near Barcelona in Salou and offers entertainment and attractions for adults and children. Find more information here: http://www.portaventura.es/

Terra Mitica theme park is in Benidorm, near Valencia and Alicante attractions are inspired in Roman and Greek mithology. More information http://www.terramiticapark.com/

The Loro Parque or Parrot Park in Tenerife is a beautiful experience in an amazing
environment with dolphyn shows, a penguin park, whale shows and much more. Perfect for children and nature lovers. More information about this and other theme parks

The new Warner Bros Park is located in Madrid, it offers a wide range of attractions and shows inspired in Warner Bros characters and movies. Visit their website here http://www.parquewarner.com/

6 comments:

Pelham said...

Hi there,

Thanks for sharing information about theme parks in Spain. The importance of Spain as a holiday destination has grown over the years. Apart from the theme parks, it would be good to learn more about the hotel industry in Spain and how it is being used for tourism?

Specifically, it would be nice to learn about boutique hotels.

Thanks for the post and keep sharing your thoughts.

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Phil said...

Recently visited Loro Parque in Tenerife with my young daughter and it was great. Really well done with excellent shows - she loved it.
Also went to it's sister park - Siam Park. Fantastic waterslides - well worth a visit.

Gary at SpainGuides.com said...

Some really usefull information on theme parks around Spain. I visited the Loro Parque about 6 years ago with my then young son and and had a great time. Will always remember the thousands of gold fish and carp in the pond that flows under the entrance hall..very impressive