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Price & Hours

Prices vary by day
Hours vary by season


Amusement Parks, Swimming/Pools Type
2 hours to Half Day Time to Spend


  • 3.0Value
  • 4.0Facilities
  • 3.0Atmosphere

If you tire of visiting the beaches and ruins on the island, check out Aqualand. This waterpark boasts over 800,000 square feet of pools, slides, games and facilities. The park is split into areas for children (ages 4 to 8), families (ages 8 and older) and extreme slides for visitors ages 12 and older. Children's areas include splash pools and water games, while families can enjoy a lazy river, kayaking and a wave pool. Adrenaline seekers have their choice of slides that twist and turn, as well as a free fall slide that drops visitors 78 feet.

Other facilties include complimentary daybeds and umbrellas, a selection of quick service restaurants, an arcade, a souvenir shop, two bars for adult beverages and plenty of parking and locker rooms. Recent guests to the park said the huge selection of slides were perfect for kids and adults of all ages, and lines were rarely long. 

The waterpark is located in the center of the island about 8 miles west of Corfu Town. Aqualand is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. from mid-May to early October. Admission passes range from a discounted afternoon pass (good from 3 to 6 p.m.) for 14 euros (about $17.50) for children ages 12 and younger and 19 euros (about $23) for adults to weeklong passes for 50 euros (about $62) for children and 70 euros (about $87) for adults. One day passes cost 19 euros (about $23) for children and 27 euros (about $33) for adults. Children ages four and youngers are always free. For more information, check out Aqualand's website

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