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6 Croatian Water Parks

6 Croatian water parks (photo: Istralandia)

Over the last five years, Croatia has increased its tourist offerings, especially for families, with the opening of a number of water parks. Here is a guide to some of the top water parks in the country.

Aquapark Aquacolors – Poreč

Aquacolors Poreč

Aquapark Aquacolors Poreč is the largest Croatian water park situated near the tourist resort Zelena Laguna in Poreč in Istria.

Aquacolors Poreč extends on over 100,000 m2 of land and welcomes between 3,000 and 5,000 daily visitors during the summer. Aquacolors officially opened in May of 2015 and it is considered one of the most modern water parks in Europe, offering plenty of amusement and adrenaline for all ages.


This water kingdom offers a vacation of your dreams with a number of attractions, including:

12 giant water slides over 1 km in length
A pool with artificial waves
The longest Lazy river in Southern Europe, over 500 m long
Children’s pool with small slides
Rodeo bull and bouncing boxing ring
Beach volleyball
5 fast food restaurants and 3 bars
Daily animation team for kids and adults


Aquacolors Poreč is open every day from JUNE to SEPTEMBER. You can buy tickets at the gate or on the web shop. They offer reduced prices for family and student tickets. Sunbeds and umbrellas are included in the price.

For more info about prices and the water park visit the website here.

Aquapark Istralandia – Brtonigla

(photo: Istralandia)

Aquapark Istralandia’, which is located in Brtonigla, in the north-western part of Istria, is a recipient of the 2016 European Star Award for Europe’s Best Water Parks. The Croatian water park was named the 5th best in Europe out of 300 water parks at the prestigious award.

At the height of the summer season the water park, which has over 20 attractions, sees an average of 4,500 visitors visit the park on a daily basis.


Water sliding of various heights, with many light and sound effects, are delighting for all family members, offering dynamics, adrenalin, sensation and thrill in safe conditions with more than 1.6 km of tracks.

For more info about prices and the water park visit the website here.

Aquapark Čikat – Lošinj

Aquapark Čikat – Lošinj

Aquapark Čikat, located on the northern Adriatic island of Lošinj, is first ever water park on a Croatian island.

Aquapark Čikat, which spans over 6,312m2, has 3 pools with 5 different depths, two children’s pools, a large swimming pool, three thematic recreational pools, and a variety of facilities for those who want to either relax or seek some thrills.


All pools are filled exclusively with sea water.

More details about the water park here.

Aquae Vivae Krapinske Toplice – Krapinske Toplice


Aquae Vivae Krapinske Toplice is located 50 km from Zagreb in Krapinske Toplice.

There is a total of 37 different water attractions (slopes, geyser, underwater massages, etc.) which are turned on interchangeably in the indoor pools, and an additional 25 of these water attractions in the outdoor pool.
The largest pool is a combination of an indoor and outdoor pool. It covers an area of over 500 m², of which 120 m² is the outdoor pool. The water temperature is 33ºC – 35º C.

Part of the indoor pool is designed as a wild river. Another special attraction is the 5m high water slide, with a total slide length of 50m.

More info about opening times and prices on their website here.

Solaris Aquapark Dalmatia – Šibenik

Solaris Aquapark Dalmatia – Šibenik

The first water park in the heart of Dalmatia is settled between Solaris Kids Hotel Andrija and Solaris Beach Hotel Jakov. Solaris Aquapark has a number of attractions, including up to 6 different slides, of which some reach high up to 13,5 meters, jets, and waterfalls with numerous water effects.

There is a Kids play zone at the Aquapark with shallow pools, sprinklers, and slides adapted to small children.


More details and info on the website here.

Adamovec Aquapark – Zagreb

The Adamovec Aquapark is situated 20 kilometres outside of Zagreb. Besides having outdoor and indoor swimming pools, the 15,000 square metre complex has a range of thermal pools, a massage pool, a wellness and fitness centre with saunas and jacuzzis, and a restaurant and bar.

For more details visit the website here.

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