Western Water Park


This is the bucking bronco of Magaluf water parks, with wave pools and slides such as the Tijuana Twins, the Boomerang and the Beast, with a near-vertical 30m drop. There are quieter rides and pools for kids and the less adrenaline-addicted. 'Minis' (three- to four-year-olds) are charged €12 admission.

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