The design of Lanzarote’s Aqualava water park pays tribute to the island’s volcanic landscape with its geothermal-heated pools. The saltwater wave pool (the only on the island) gives the feel of the beach, while the smaller kids' areas are perfectly themed for play. There's a winding lazy river, as well as five waterslides.
Aqualava water park is one of the island’s most popular spots to cool down on those hot island afternoons, especially during the summer. The cost of admission includes access to all the park’s attractions, inner tubes, umbrellas, and sunbeds, as well as facilities for showering and changing. Choose between a basic entrance ticket, or upgrade for convenient round-trip transportation from your Lanzarote hotel.
Things to Know Before You Go
Aqualava Waterpark Relaxia is a must-visit for families traveling with kids.
Don’t forget to bring a towel and a change of clothes.
The water park offers wheelchair-accessible facilities, as well as showers, lockers, and free Wi-Fi.
Leave your jewelry and accessories at home; they’re not permitted on the park’s slides.
How to Get There
Aqualava Waterpark is located in Playa Blanca on the south of Lanzarote. The park provides free transfer from Puerto del Carmen and Costa Teguise on select days of the week. You can also catch a public bus from Puerto del Carmen (161 or 61), Arrecife (60), Costa Teguise (01 and 03), or from within Playa Blanca (30).
When to Get There
The water park is open throughout the year, but the cooling water features are perhaps most refreshing during the summer months, when highs reach about 85°F (29°C). Check the weather forecast before your visit, as the park closes during bad weather.
Things to Do in Playa Blanca
If you’re in Playa Blanca to enjoy the water park, stick around to check out some of the town’s other attractions. You’ll find a range of restaurants, shops, and bars along the Playa Blanca boardwalk, while the port area is home to a new shopping center. Dorada and Flamingo beaches both lie within walking distance, and the stunning white coves of Papagayo are a short car ride away.