In my opinion this is a must visit attraction if you are in the area, assuming of course you like falling over, slipping and generally looking like bambi on ice before ending up head first in the water...beautifully clear and warm water admittedly ! In high season the park opens at 11am and costs 8 euros pp for an hour, if you are particularly energetic than you can pay for longer...best of luck !! I feel ok as I write this but I expect I'll be sore in places I never knew existed tomorrow! Excellent value in my opinion. There is a great little sandy beach and cafe adjacent to the park where you can watch if you don't participate. The park seemed to be well run with lifeguards stationed throughout and they seemed to keep control without being overly zealous like some we have encountered over the years. Despite it being busy it never felt so with so many 'obstacles' to conquer, the popular ones only saw us queue for seconds. We went on the 10th July at 11.30 so it may well get much busier, it is slightly more expensive after 13.00, 10 euros I think. There seemed to be ample parking around the site but again this may fill up quickly given the fantastic beach all around the lake.
To be honest I couldn't rate it highly enough, my only regret is we didn't visit sooner on our holiday...my opinion my change tomorrow if I find myself too stiff to climb out of bed !!
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