- Admission to PortAventura Park in Salou
- Enjoy a day of fun rides and roller coasters -- including the famous Dragon Khan -- entertaining shows and various shops and restaurants
- Journey through the underwater world at ‘Sea Odyssey,’ a dynamic 4D theater attraction
- Great fun for families and kids of all ages!
- Complimentary round-trip transport by air-conditioned coach from Costa Brava
What You Can Expect
Six different areas of the theme park let you discover a wide variety of attractions and entertainment including magnificent shows and breathtaking magical rides for all ages, from some of Europe’s tallest and fastest roller coasters like the Dragon Khan, to smaller, calmer rides that parents and children can enjoy together.
Embark on an underwater journey during ‘Sea Odyssey,’ a 4D theater attraction equipped with surround sound and motion platforms. Or, head to the exciting Shambhala or the terrifying Temple of Fire. Witness a real-life Wild West shoot-out or a watch traditional Polynesian dance.
If you prefer something calmer, choose a place for lunch (own expense) from a broad selection of restaurants and browse several retail shops, such as Quicksilver, that offer souvenirs, toys and clothes.
After your day of fun, enjoy a comfortable journey back to Costa Brava in the evening or late night ( depending on the option selected).
Tossa de Mar, Lloret de Mar, Blanes, Malgrat de Mar, Santa Susanna, Pineda de Mar and Calella
Great offer compared to other tour operators, because now you can stay in the park till 0:30 instead of 18:30.
Great looking park and I´m sure great rides as well. We did spend a whole day there but only got to know about terrible lines and waiting between 1,5 and 2 hours in the blazing sun for a ride.
We did pay full price for the day and expected to be able to access the rides like everyone else, but no, when we arrived you could pay a large extra sum to be able to cut the lines.
It is not like you are getting extra service for these passes, only make everyone else wait longer than you.
I´m really rather proud that my teenagers (14 and 16) did not want to get a pass like that and make other people wait longer because of them. Instead we walked around and looked at the park, which is by the way poorly understaffed. I do not recommend a trip to this park :(