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Illa Fantasia Waterpark: Skip The Line

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Tips for visiting Illa Fantasia Waterpark

With over 22 slides, three giant pools and a huge picnic area, most people plan to spend the whole day at Illa Fantasia Waterpark. Go when it opens and stay till it closes for the best experience – you'll be sure to get a great night's sleep after all that fun!

The best time to visit Illa Fantasia Waterpark is early in the morning when it opens, mid-week. This way you'll get a good start on the rides and slides before the heat of the day and the crowds kick in! Weekends can be busier, when the locals flock with their families.

The picnic area at Illa Fantasia Waterpark offers 900 tables and barbecues, so you can bring your own lunch and enjoy in the shade. Alternatively, there are several places to buy fast food, drinks and snacks around the park. You'll find hamburgers, pizzas and hot dog restaurants, an ice-cream parlour, and a café. Ice-cream, anyone?

You can bring most things into Illa Fantasia Waterpark, and there are lockers available for your valuables. Grab yourself a picnic from the supermarket located right beside the water park if you don't want to buy food inside.

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About: Illa Fantasia Waterpark

Make a splash at Illa Fantasia Waterpark – one of the best places for watery family fun in Spain. The park has more than 22 action-packed water rides guaranteed to beat the boredom (and the heat).

Illa Fantasia Waterpark is within easy reach of Barcelona by train or car.

Illa Fantasia Waterpark
Finca Mas Brassó, s/n, 08339, Vilassar de Dalt
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