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Faliraki Water Park

Faliraki Water Park is the largest water park in Europe and the only one on the island of Rhodes. Faliraki Water Park is a place full of fun and water attractions for young and old visitors alike and is located about 12 km from the capital of Rhodes.

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The Faliraki Water Park covers a huge area of 100,000 square metres and can easily cater for a full day's programme. It offers a large number of slides, water slides and many other water attractions, such as an artificial wave pool, kamikaze and twister slides, a lazy river, whirlpools, mattress and inflatable tyre rides and more. The park also has a special section for the youngest visitors, where children can enjoy a pirate ship, slides, a fun bridge or a paddling pool for toddlers. For the ultimate in comfort, the park also offers visitors umbrellas and sun loungers (these are free, but you'll need to find some free ones), lockers, refreshment stands and a team of professional lifeguards.

Faliraki Water Park is located off the north-east coast of Rhodes, on the edge of the eponymous and very popular tourist resort of Faliraki. The water park is easily accessible as it is located on the main road connecting Faliraki and the capital of Rhodes. You cannot miss it. The water park also runs buses to and from the capital at its own expense.

In the 2019 tourist season, children under 3 years old got in for free, children under 12 paid 16 Euros and the adult entrance fee was 24 Euros. In the high season (June, July, August), the park is usually open to the public from 9:30 am to 7:00 pm, and outside the high season (May, September, October) from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm. For up-to-date information (e.g. timetable of the water park buses) and photos, please visit the water park website.

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More touristic destinations of Rhodes

Tips for trips on Crete: Lindos White Town, Rhodes Capital, Kalithea Spa, Symi Island and Panormitis Monastery, Seven Springs (Eptá Pigés), Valley of the Butterflies (Petaloudes), Faliraki Water Park

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