Ibiza Water Parks

There are two active water parks in Ibiza; Aguamar in Sant Josep de sa Talaia (west side), and Aguagames at the Sirenis Hotel in Port d’es Torrent (east side).


Both options have tall, speedy slides, slow curvy slides, and splash areas for small children.

Aguamar Water Park

The biggest and most popular water park in Ibiza, Aguamar is located in downtown Playa d’en Bossa right in front of the Hi Ibiza nightclub. While a bit dated, it’s the best the island has to offer and there’s plenty of area to relax on a sunbed or have a picnic in the sun.

Sirenis Aguagames

Aguagames is a water park hotel that is geared more to smaller children, but the amount of rides and attractions will even impress adults. The flip-side of the coin is that there are few places to sit in the sun at Sirenis Aquagames and the amenities are mainly those which are part of the hotel. Free access is given to guests of both Sirenis Ibiza hotels, but general public admission is available to any and all.

Tourist Map

You can find both water parks along with the top attractions and things to do in Ibiza on the map below.


Ibiza Water Parks

There are two water parks on the island of Ibiza. Aguamar is the largest and found in Sant Josep de sa Talaia. Aguagames is a Sirenis hotel water park that is free for guests and good option if you’re staying near Port d’es Torrent with kids.

There are no age restrictions for entrance, just the standard height restrictions on rides.

There’s tons of parking available at the water park just by the famous Hï Disco in Playa d’en Bossa.

Driving with a car is quite easy, but if you don’t have a vehicle, then the #14 bus from Ibiza town passes by every 20 minutes throughout the summer.

The park is open from 10:000 with low season closing at 17:30 and high season closing at 18:00.

The entrance gates for the water park are open from the May 17th until September 26th.

You can purchase a day pass to the water park at the Sirenis Seaview Country Club reception.

Guest of both the Sirenis Hotels Club Aura and the Sirenis Seaview Country Club have free access to the water park.

Yes, while guests of the hotel get free access, the park is open to anyone and everyone.

Water Parks That Closed

Some things may come and go, but the memories we are left with from these now-defunct places are never forgotten.

Ocean Mania

This was a water park playground that was open for five years in the sheltered bay of San Antonio before permanently shutting down on June 16, 2019, with an announcement on Facebook.

Below you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions of both Aguamar and Sirenis Aguagames.