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[PHOTOS] Tour of the First Water Park for Croatia’s Islands – Aquapark Čikat

ac2Recently we wrote about Aquapark Čikat on the island of Lošinj, which when it opened on 10 July become the 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.

Here is a detailed tour of the new water park:

Large swimming pool:


This semi-Olympic sized pool has a depth of 2 meters and is only suitable for swimmers. With a length of 33 metres and a width of 25 metres, you have to play the best conditions for swimming, water polo, etc…

Recreation pool with hydromassage:


The maximum depth is 1.35 metres and the sloping edge hydro massage will contribute to relaxation and recreation. The pool area is located in the middle of the aqua park and is connected by a channel with a large swimming pool.

Pool with water attractions:


This area is suitable for children aged 4 to 15 years old and adults. There are, among others, 2 ramps, a moated castle in the form of a sailing ship, a water glass with the 1,800 liters on the surge tank runs with the aid of nozzles and a fountain. The water depth is only from 0.30 to 0.50 metres.

The Adrenaline Pool:


There is a closed and an open slide with a total length of 110 meters. The adrenaline rush begins in a 8 metre high tower and wraps around a typical Adriatic Lanterne. This area is intended for adults who are looking for a real adrenaline rush.

Two children’s pools:

The 2 children’s pools are next to each other and are connected with a small children’s slide. Both are only 0.30 metres deep and in each of the pools there is a real-sized dolphin and turtle in natural in the water.

After party facilities:


Restaurants and bars:



10 July – 15 September
Children aged 0-3 years = FREE
Children aged 3-7 years = HRK 70.00
Persons age 7 and over = HRK 100.00

16 September to closing:
Children aged 0-3 years = FREE
Children aged 3-7 years = HRK 40.00
Persons age 7 and over = HRK 70.00





Aquapark Cikat
Cikat 6a
51550 Mali Losinj
GPS: 44°32’9” N | 14°26’59” E
Tel: +385 51 232125
Mail: [email protected]

Courtesy of Kroati.de,


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