Playa Blanca Water Parks

There has been much speculation about entry to the new water parks situated in Lanzasur and Paradise Island in the resort of Playa Blanca, Lanzarote. We contacted both of these parks this morning to clarify who was allowed access, when they were open and what the prices were.

Lanzasur - Aqualava Waterpark

No, we were told that the water park is only for guests, it is not open to the public.


We’ve read reviews stating that adults have paid €16 and children €12 to access this park but according to the staff we spoke to at the resort today, this aqua park is definitely not open for anyone other than guests staying onsite.

The Apartamentos Lanzasur are situated on Calle Gran Canaria, by Playa Flamingo. There is no mention of the waterpark on their website. A press release from Relaxia confirmed that the company has invested 6 million Euros into the family theme park with the latest renewable energy technology. Inspired by Lanzarote, the rides are called Timanfaya and Magma River.

Update. This park is open to the public, 7 days a week 10:00 - 18:00.

Paradise Island – Dino Park

Yes, we were informed that the water park is open everyday to the public as well as guests. Summer hours are 10:00 - 18:00 and winter 11:00 to 17:00. The price is €20 per adult and €14 per child (2-12 years old and must be accompanied by an adult).
NB. Correct as of April 2013..


Adult’s Slides

Kamikaze toboggan blue: 74 m long & 12.50 m high
Kamikaze toboggan yellow: 62 m long & 12.50 m high
Tube toboggan orange: 76 m long & 12.50 m high
Tube toboggan red: 66 m long & 8.50 m high
Tube toboggan green: 55 m long & 12.50 high
Tube toboggan black: 62 m long & 12.50 m high
Pista Blanda with 4 lanes: 48 m long

Children’s slides

Pista Blanda with 4 lanes: 9.50 m long & 3.20 m high
Tube toboggan purple: 11.20 m long & 3.20 m high
Tube toboggan enclosed: 9 m long & 2.85 high
Kamikaze toboggan blue: 9 m long & 2.80 m high
Splash area for children

Aparthotel Paradise Island is situated on Calle Francia which is set back from the seafront by Montaña Roja and in close proximity to Lanzasur. There are some photos of the water park included on the hotel’s own website.


The only dedicated water park in Lanzarote open to all remains the Aquapark in Costa Teguise.

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