It's a fairly small water park, but with a couple of fun slides, and a good wave machine (although it's right next to the beach, where there are real waves of about the same size.) In summer queues can get very long. entry prices are on the high side (about 20 euros including lockers), the staff can be fairly hostile and there are some strict regulations on what you can or cannot wear.
Worth avoiding, unless you are aged 10-16, and your parents are paying. If you do have to go, make sure you get there early in the morning (think it opens at 10, with the outside section opening from 11.30) so that you can avoid the queues. Pay-parking outside, which is also rather expensive if you plan to stay more than an hour. However, if you go about 500m north or south you should be able to find free on-street (or on-pavement) parking.
To be fair, my son (aged 12) does like it, although doesn't think it's in the same league as Aqualandia near Venice or the Florida waterparks.
Do avoid, unless you are a coach load of 11-15 year olds. Basically imagine a council swimming pool with a couple of extra slides and £20 per head to get in. yep, not too great!
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