They are magic, aquatic, themed or populated by superheroes: amusement parks in Spain welcome you for a weekend of thrills with family or friends. No matter how old you are, you will not miss having fun! So let’s discover the Top 7 amusement parks in Spain for all ages! You think the journey may be too long or tiring ? Not if you choose to travel comfortably by train or bus. With these means of transport, the adventure begins before arriving at its destination. Take advantage of this trip through Spain to relax while enjoying the beauty of Iberian landscapes. In the meantime, it is time to make your choice in our selection of the best Spanish amusement parks to visit during your next vacation. Which will make you want the most ? 1. PortAventura World Memorable experiences await you in one of the largest amusement parks in Catalonia. From Barcelona, it only takes about an hour and a half to reach the park by train. During the journey, you will be able to admire the region of Costa Dorada and its superb beaches, south of Barcelona. Once arrived in PortAventura, take advantage of the attractions and shows offered by this theme park, in addition to the many hotels, shops and restaurants located in each area of the park. What to do at PortAventura World: At PortAventura World, you embark on a journey through six different universes: Mexico, the Wild West, the Mediterranean, Polynesia, China and the Sésamo Aventura area. The decorations of these thematic areas play an important role in the magic of the place. For a refreshing stopover, direction the PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park: swimming pools, slides and other aquatic activities. Finally, the Ferrari Park will please enthusiasts with its 70,000 m² in the image of the famous Italian car brand. 2. Isla Magica A few steps from downtown Seville, Isla Magica Park offered immersion at the time of the great discoveries of the 16th and 17th centuries. To get there, take the train to the Sevillian capital, in the heart of Andalusia. From there, take the urban buses C2 which provide direct connections to the park. If you travel by bus to Seville, line C3 takes you directly from the Plaza de Armas or to the Prado de San Sebastiana la Isla Magica in less than half an hour. What to do with Isla Magica: Pirates, corsairs, merchants and large navigators, the unique universe of this park and these 34 great attractions should not leave you indifferent. From the Amazon to the Puerta de los Indios, via the Lost City, it has six areas to explore with decorations that are worth the detour: slides, rides, boats, 4D movies, shows and roller coasters. And why not take the opportunity to combine your trip with a visit to Andalusia and the 20 most beautiful places to see ? 3. Aquabrava The Costa Brava in the north-east of Spain, on the shores of the Mediterranean, is the ideal setting for an entertainment day at the Aquabrava amusement park. Starting from Perpignan by train, join Figueres-Vilafant station in less than half an hour. Then, take line 12 of public transport to cover the 20 km that separate you from your destination, before diving into the swimming pools of the park. What to do at Aquabrava park: Aquabrava Park is a real oasis of fun. In the heart of 10 hectares of shaded nature, nearly twenty attractions will cause the adrenaline even of the most courageous to rise. An area dedicated to the youngest allows you to have fun safely: slides, climbing, pirate ship and water jets are there. Enough to have a great time with the family. 4. Tibidabo Considered the oldest amusement park in the world, Tibidabo opened in 1901 in Barcelona and has continued to renew its attractions. To access it, it’s easy: from Paris to Barcelona for example, count a little less than 9 hours of travel. Then, to get to the scene, take the T2B urban line from the Paseo Vall station in Hebron, or the T2A from Catalunya square. What to do in Tibidabo: The Tibidado is located on the highest point of the Serra de Collserola mountain range, 512 meters high. Add to that attractions that raise you 550 meters above the sea, and you get a breathtaking view of Barcelona. On site, find all the best attractions: roller coasters, rides, big wheels, shows and water games. How to start your weekend in the Catalan capital. 5. Terra Mitica Terra Mitica is 10 km from downtown Benidorm on the Mediterranean coast, between Valence and Murcia. You can easily reach Benidorm by bus from many Spanish cities. From Denia station, for example, has a 45-minute journey. What to do in Terra Mitica: Prepare to live strong sensations in decorations borrowed from the great Mediterranean civilizations, such as Greece, Egypt and Rome. Whatever your style, the attractions should please you: there are areas for the most reckless, rides for families and other spaces suitable for the youngest. 6. Warner Madrid Park It is one of the most important theme parks in Spain (and incidentally the refuge of many superheroes). The Warner Park in Madrid is located some 30 kilometers south of Madrid. For a Toulouse link in Madrid, count approximately 7 hours of train to arrive at the Madrid-Atocha station, in the heart of the Spanish capital. From there, the urban buses 412, from Villaverde Bajo-Cruce, and 413 from Pinto, take you directly to the gates of the park in 30 minutes. If you come from Barcelona, you will soon be able to climb an Avlo, the new TGV low cost from Renfe which will serve the Barcelona-Zaragoza-Madrid line. What to do at Warner Madrid Park: The three universes of the park plunge you in turn to Hollywood Boulevard, in the heart of Gotham City and Metropolis, and in the days of the Wild West. Take a detour to the area inspired by Hollywood production studios and for the youngest, do not miss the Cartoon Village: you should meet Scooby-Doo, Bip-Bip and the Coyote or Bugs Bunny. 7. Water World In Lloret-de-Mar, south of Girona, Water World Park is the ideal destination for a family weekend. From Paris to Girona, the fastest journey takes place in less than 6 hours. If you are on vacation on the Costa Brava, the visit is essential. Free shuttles take you from Lloret-de-Mar, Tossa, Blanes, Malgrat de Mar, Santa Susanna, Pineda de Mar and Calella de la Costa. What to do at Water World: Lunchy lover ? storm its flagship attractions: The Hurricane, the Speed Furious, X-Trem Mountain or Kamikaces. Otherwise, you can also be tempted by other essentials: dive into the wave pools, go to the craziest slides and or stretch out the steepest slopes. For the youngest, you will also find specially adapted attractions. For a weekend of family twists and turns under the Mediterranean sun, let yourself be tempted by one of these 7 best amusement parks in Spain. The good news: all of these parks are easily accessible by bus or train. Book your ticket to one of these destinations to explore now. Ready to go ?