WAVE pools, slides, chutes and more; a water park guarantees fun in the sun for kids, and sometimes the adults, too.
Children of all ages love spending the day at them, and a hotel with easy access to one means they’ll be kept occupied.
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Spain is favourite destination for Brits and is home to many great value water parks.
The country is currently on the amber list, however the Balearic islands were added to the green list, which includes Ibiza, Majorca and Menorca.
From July 19, Brits who have been fully vaccinated will be able to travel to amber list destinations without having to quarantine on their return, so it’s a great time to jet off for some sun.
We’ve rounded up the best water park hotels available this summer, with prices starting from £393 per person for seven-nights:
- Jet2 Holidays Globales Patos Park Hotel, Costa del Sol half-board from £699pp
- Jet2 Holidays Globales Binimar & Aqua Center Waterpark, Menorca all-inclusive from £699pp
- Jet2 Holidays Rosamar Hotel, Lloret del mar all-inclusive from £699pp
- Jet2 Holidays Club Mac Alcudia Resort & Waterpark, Majorca from £799pp
- Jet2 Holidays Albir Garden Resort & Waterpark from £499pp
- Jet2 Holidays Paradise Lago Taurito & waterpark, Gran Canaria all-inclusive from £699pp
- Jet2 Holidays Spring Bitacora Hotel and Siam Waterpark half-board from £799pp
- TUI Globales Bouganvilla, Majorca all-inclusive from £799pp
- TUI Paradise Island, Lanzarote all-inclusive from £799pp
- TUI Globales Playa Estepona Hotel all-inclsuive from £799pp
- Thomas Cook Robin Hood Resort, Benidorm from £799pp
- Thomas Cook H10 Mediterrean Village, Salou from £393pp
- Thomas Cook Playasol Aquapark Hotel & Spa, Almeria from £471pp
There are resorts in Lanzarote, Majorca, Gran Canaria and the Costa del Sol where you can simply step outside your room and straight into the wave pools and slides of waterparks.
It was announced this week that double-vaccinated Brits visiting amber list countries can skip quarantine from July 19.
But travellers will still have to show a negative test when coming back to the UK, and take a PCR test on the second day after their return.
Children under 18 will not have to isolate but will have to take a series of tests.
Brits who are not double-vaccinated will need to have taken a negative test pre-arrival, do a mandatory ten-day quarantine at home and take two Covid tests, taken on day two and day eight, when returning to the UK.
Spain introduced new rules last week which requires all Brits to be fully vaccinated or have a negative test to enter the country.
Spain was originally one of the few destinations which welcomed UK travellers with no restrictions, but has introduced them after Covid cases have risen in recent weeks.
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