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Quesada Water Park - AquaPark Rojales

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Quesada Water Park - AquaPark Rojales

Postby Jan » Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:41 am

The Quesada water park - "AquaPark Rojales" opens from end of May until around the first or second week of September each year



You can buy tickets on line (Some of the queues can be long) http://www.aquaparkrojales.es/precios/


Website

The Quesada Water Park website is on this link: http://www.aquaparkrojales.es/

Address

Ciudad Quesada, C/Norte 03170 Rojales

Email address


[email protected]

Telephone number


34 96 671 86 12

Map and streetview


 

Directions from Quesada Arches


 


More info: http://www.aquaparkrojales.es/AquaParkI ... acion.html
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Re: Quesada Water Park - AquaPark Rojales

Postby ChrisTOPHER123 » Sat Feb 28, 2015 3:12 pm

Been Using water park since 1994, usually visit once or twice each summer with the children. Queues can be very long when it opens in the morning. We often drop the kids off around 1000 so they wait near the front of the queue with the cool box and extra supplies in it. That being said the prices inside for food and drinks are not any more expensive than on Quesada in the bars etc. Food is okay mainly egg chips and basic English fare. There is also Spanish food to be had for example Calamari, Sardines and you can even have Paella. You can book a table for food and if you want Paella you will need to order in advance.
In August Restaurant is busy from 1200 to 1330 with mainly English and from 1400 onwards with Spanish taking lunch. Food is very good albeit simple and the service is always good and the staff very pleasant.
The main pool has sunbeds that used to be free which caused a scramble when it opened with people hogging with towels etc. Now you have to pay, It's around 5 euros but can't be sure.
Pool is heated, not many are any longer so is a nice surprise if you are used to communal and municipal pools. There are lifeguards on duty at the pool and all around the park. They are vigilant and many have been there many years.
Can't think of much more to say except if you don't want to sit by the pool there are many areas either in the shade or in the sun by other pools and attractions busy or peaceful. All in all a very nice way to spend the day, just wish it stayed open longer in the summer as in August when you leave at 1800 it can be very hot when you go back to your car or walk home.
If you think of anything I haven't mentioned here and I can help please ask.
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Re: Quesada Water Park - AquaPark Rojales

Postby drummond4404 » Wed Apr 22, 2015 11:28 am

Its a great water park, we have 3 sons who have loved it but I would question the " all ages" comment. I think its best for cildren up to about 15 maximum as the slides are not very high. Our oldest boy found it a bit boring at age 14 having enjoyed it for several years before.
Better than the drive to Benidorm though.
Its very family friendly.
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