What to do in Agua Mágica and how much is the entrance fee?

Many Sevillians They are looking for the beach during these summer monthsthis being one of the favourite destinations for spending the holidays. The closest are Matalascañas, in Huelva, and Sanlúcar de Barrameda, in Cádiz, although there are also other coastal areas that are located less than two hours from Seville and are also very popular options. Now, although the capital of Seville does not have a traditional beach, it does have a place where you can enjoy a beach atmosphere without having to leave it. We are talking about Magic Water, the water park of Isla Mágicawhich on its own website is defined as “Seville Beach, an aquatic area for the whole family with a wave pool, slides, a real sandy beach… and lots of water!”

So, throughout the summer, in addition to traveling to the nearest beaches, Sevillians – and also visitors from other places – They come to Agua Mágica in search of a little freshness and funIt is therefore established as an ideal place for cool off from the heat and spend an entertaining day without having to leave the city.

What to do in Agua Mágica

The first thing you should know about Agua Mágica is that it does not have the same calendar as Isla Mágica, since The park’s aquatic area is open exclusively for the summer. This new season, 2024, Agua Mágica opened its doors for the first time on June 1 and will remain operational until September 29, with opening hours always from 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m..

The Reef, one of the attractions of Agua Mágica


Therefore, people who want to enjoy this aquatic space in Isla Mágica this summer have almost four months to do so, with this area of ​​the theme park having a wide range of leisure activities, with attractions, shops and restaurants.

  • Quetzal Beach: This is a wave pool with a sandy area next to it, simulating a beach.

  • Slide Island: fun and exciting water slides spread across two tall towers with different heights and types of tunnels (multisurf, straight drop, tunnel without a float, rafting, tunnel, whirlpool and tsunami).

  • Slow River: a ride on a float down a calm river, with a small current, that runs through the surroundings of Toboganes Island and crosses a lush, green landscape.

  • The Reef: covers 800 square metres of water divided into three parts: a pool where you can swim and jump off a zip line, a relaxation area and another pool with children’s games.

  • Mini Paradise: a large swimming pool, over 600 square metres, with water games and large slides for children.

  • Maya Shop: where they sell a good assortment of Agua Mágica products and souvenirs.

  • Kiosks and bars: in the Magic Water area there are two, Aguateca and Tamarindo, where they serve snacks, drinks and varied menus.

In addition to all this, Agua Mágica also has a series of services to make the visit as complete and comfortable as possibleincluding toilets, changing rooms, showers, sun lounger rental, lockers and cloakrooms, and healthcare.

Ticket price for Magic Water

In the ‘Prices and offers’ section of the website appears the cost of the entrance to Isla Mágica plus that of Agua Mágica for a full daydistinguishing between advance online sales and in-person sales at the box office on the same day.

  • General: from €29.90 online advance purchase / €49.80 at the box office on the day.

  • Children/Senior: from 24.90 euros online advance purchase / 38.80 euros at the box office on the day.

  • Disabled person: from 23 euros online advance purchase / 26.90 euros at the box office on the day.

On the other hand, being located within Isla Mágica and not having its own access from the outside, It is necessary to present the theme park ticket or the ‘Season Pass’ to buy the ticket to Agua Mágica, both being valid for the same day. Therefore, if you only have the ticket for Isla Mágica and you also want to pay for access to Agua Mágica at the ticket office, The cost of admission is 9.90 euros for all ages. In this regard, it is worth mentioning that holders of the ‘Season Pass’ have a 50% discount, except on Saturdays in July and August, when the offer is 30%. Also, among other indications, children under one metre in height and children between 0 and 3 years old have free access to Agua Mágica, whose space has a limited capacity.

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