Tuesday 17th July 2017 – We took a chance with the weather and were rewarded with a mostly sunny visit, with occassional relief from the heat as a cloud passed by. The rain held off until a few minutes before seven, just as the park was shutting.
The photos presented below are just a small selection, but give a good overall impression of what is on offer for the moderate price of 18 euros.
The Entrance from the car park.
The view from just inside the gates.
Above are two views of the Superspin ride, new this year, which will excite those who like being turned upside-down and left hanging in mid-air. Judging by the screams and queues it is very popular.
The Octopus ride – this one keeps you the right way up.
This view shows the Log Ride in the background.
The Boating Pool, which is situated close to a big slide (and a cafe).
The Arcades, with the arched entrance to the rides for smaller kids.
The Swing Carousel.
The Swing Carousel close up.
Rides for the smaller kids.
Close-up of the same.
The Reindeer Train ride.
Part of the adventure climbingpirate area.
Another adventure climbing area.
The biggest of the rides, and the one which somehow is the trademark of the park.
Entrance to the Ghost House (not for little ones, but well-worth a visit).
This is one of two bouncing “bubbles”, and there are also two trampolines close-by