Spend a day at a water park in Fuerteventura.

You’re in the paradise of endless white sandy beaches, with crystal clear waters and where the sun caresses your skin all year round.

Welcome to Fuerteventura, the Canary Island with the archipelago’s longest beaches. 

So much so that at times you might not see anyone for miles.

However, what for some is a dream come true, for others is a nightmare, as so much solitude can be overwhelming.

It’s the archipelago’s second largest island, after Tenerife, and has 77 km of beaches, some of which are so long that when you’re there you feel like you’re the only one.

This is one of the upsides and downsides of Fuerteventura.

If you want to feel like a castaway in the middle of nowhere, this will be right up your street.

However, if you’re after more of a bustling beach vibe, we’re sorry to say it’s going to be tough, even on the more touristy beaches.

There are so many sandy, easily accessible coastal beaches on Fuerteventura that most of them aren’t very crowded at all.

So, if you’re looking for something a little less relaxing and with more hustle and bustle, where you can still sunbathe and go for a dip, we recommend something completely different for a great day out in Fuerteventura.

Believe it or not, there’s nothing quite like it if you fancy a relaxing day out without having to jump in the car to tick off all the places on your “what to see in Fuerteventura” list.

Have a fun-filled day out with family or friends, relax on the sun lounger or chat to strangers while queuing up for the slides.

Something as simple as this will recharge your batteries so you keep coming back to the island.

Where is the Fuerteventura water park?

Although it’s the archipelago’s second largest island, Fuerteventura only has one water park, the Acua Water Park, located in Corralejo, the island’s northernmost town.

Getting there is easy and you won’t get lost, as it’s located at the town entrance, but take a look at its exact location just in case.

What types of slides does the water park have?

Acua Water Park has slides for the whole family, so everyone is guaranteed an amazing day out.

Slides for all tastes.

For the more daring, there’s everything from the rapids to the kamikaze, through infinite loops and multi-sensory slides, that play with the darkness so you don’t know which way you’re going to turn.

On the soft ground you can race with your friends, betting on who’ll be the first to reach the water.

If something a little more relaxed is more your thing, then check out the lazy river, where you can hop on a single or double rubber ring and enjoy a leisurely ride like a leaf being carried along by the current.

It also has a wave pool and adventure pool.

There’s also a space for the little ones: kids slides, splash pool and a kids area completely surrounded by loungers so you can be close by if you have children who don’t want to get out of the water.

However, that’s not all; there’s also a kids club where park staff look after the little ones while parents have fun trying out all the slides; what more could you ask for?

Well, there’s more.

Services at the Fuerteventura water park.

We’ve already mentioned the kids club, a space designed just for the little ones, while their parents make the most of everything the park has to offer.

Here, the park staff entertain kids with a wide range of activities for a fun-filled day: face painting, board games and dancing to name but a few.

But apart from the kids club, the Acua Water Park has other free and paid services to make you feel right at home.

There are sun loungers, Wi-Fi, a kids club, entertainment and free parking for bikes and cars and, if you’re hungry or thirsty, there’s a pool bar, shop or the self-service restaurant.

There are also changing rooms, lockers and a photo service, so you can take a memento of your day at the water park home with you.

What’s more, if you’re unsure about how something works, get all the information you need at the information point.

As you can see, a comprehensive service for a great day out.

Opening times of the Fuerteventura water park.

Now it’s time for the really important stuff; the water park isn’t open all year round and its opening hours change slightly from season to season.

It usually opens on the 1st of April and stays open until November.

It opens from 10:00 to 18:00 in the summer months and from 10:30 to 17:30 the other months.

In any case, double check the website before you come for more detailed information.

Where to buy tickets for the Fuerteventura water park?

Another important piece of information: tickets.

If, at the spur of the moment, you decide to visit the water park, you can buy tickets at the ticket office.

We recommend coming early to make the most of the day.

If, on the other hand, you like planning ahead, you can buy your tickets on its website.

The prices for single day tickets are:

● Non-resident adults: €26.10

● Non-resident children: €19.80

Residents of the Canary Islands are charged a different price upon providing a residency document:

● Resident adult: €18

● Resident child: €12.60

In both cases, children under 3 get free entry.

What’s more, there are two-day passes, annual passes, entry + lunch packs and special discounts for groups.

Special events at the Fuerteventura water park.

Thought we’d told you everything?

You’re wrong.

There’s even more.

It turns out that Acua Water Park in Corralejo holds events on special dates and birthdays.

If you don’t want to miss out on any of them or you’d like an original birthday this year, get all the info you need here.

Now you know everything there is to know about this water park in Corralejo, in the north of Fuerteventura.

So, all you need is your bathing suit, sunscreen, and flip-flops to get ready for a fun-filled day out.

Dive right in!

This article has been written out of the passion we feel for the Canary Islands. We hope you enjoy your visit to the Fuerteventura water park as much as we’ve enjoyed writing this post.

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