PortAventura Theme Park

Situated between the towns of Vila-Seca and Salou, not far from Barcelona, PortAventura is a theme park that has an international reputation. Since its opening in 1995, many new attractions and rides have been added, with the aim of ensuring that Port Aventura continues to be known as one of the most spectacular theme parks in the world.

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The park is popular with people of all ages and interests, as within it there’s a wide variety of rides. You’ll find everything from the most scary and high roller coasters such as the Dragon Khan, the Shambhala and the Hurakan Cóndor to the rides for the youngest visitors in the Sésamo Aventura area, and the most entertaining or relaxing, examples of which are the Tutuki Splash and Angkor.

Some of the best areas and rides

The most well-known ride of this area is the Furius Baco roller coaster, which is the fastest in Europe.
The Tutuki Splash is the highlight of the Polynesia, and it’s ideal for getting a bit wet and having fun in a relaxed manner.
Until recently the real highlight of this area of the theme park was the Dragon Khan roller coaster, a reputation it now shares with another roller coaster, Shambhala.

Little shows take place in all the areas of the theme park, and these are ideal places in which to rest in between the rides. As there’s a fixed schedule of shows, it’s best to sign up to the shows that interest you when you arrive at the theme park, and then arrive a few minutes before the start of each show.

El Diablo, the mine train roller coaster, winds its way around the various rides that you’ll find in the México area.
You’ll be able to enjoy the hair-raising races between the two wooden carts of the Stampida ride.
Ideal for the youngest of visitors, this is the area in which you’ll find rides and shows relating to Sesame Street (Barrio Sésamo in Spanish).

Port Aventura tickets, opening hours and prices

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Tickets for the trip to Port Aventura


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From mid-June to the end of August the theme park is open from 10:00 to midnight. During the rest of the year the closing time varies according to the time at which it gets dark, so be prepared for earlier closing times during the winter months.

Entry prices

Adults (from 11 to 59 years old): €48.
Senior citizens (from 60 years old): €40.
Children (from 4 to 10 years old): €40.
Free of charge: children under the age of 4.

Ferrari Land Park

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Prices PortAventura Park + Ferrari Land

Adults (from 11 to 59 years old): €60.
Senior citizens (from 60 years old): €60.
Children (from 4 to 10 years old): €52.
Free of charge: children under the age of 4.

Caribbean Aquatic Park

Completely separate from PortAventura, you’ll find the Caribbean Aquatic Park (Costa Caribe Aquatic Park), which also has a huge amount of rides and is open from the end of May until the beginning of September.

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Tickets Caribbean Aquatic Park


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Entry prices Caribbean Aquatic Park

Adults (from 11 to 59 years old): €25.
Senior citizens (from 60 years old): €20.
Children (from 4 to 11 years old): €20.
Free of charge: children under the age of 4.
Coach (round trip): 46,00€ (reduced ticket: 36,00€).

* You will need to buy your tickets for the Aquatic Park separately from those for Port Aventura

PortAventura World Hotels

Given the large number of rides at PortAventura World, a good option is to stay in one of its themed hotels: Hotel Gold River, Hotel PortAventura, Hotel Caribe or Hotel El Paso. These are ideal if you’d like to enjoy a second day at the theme park, or if you’d like to really make the most of your only day there.

Entry to the PortAventura World is included

If you’re staying in one of the themed hotels in Port Aventura, your ticket for the theme park will be included in the price. To find out more about this offer, we recommend checking the information that’s available when you book the hotel.

How to get to PortAventura from Barcelona?

By car

If you’re going by car you will need to take the AP-7, also known as the Autopista del Mediterráneo (E-15), and leave at Exit 35, which is exclusively for the theme park.

By train

The local train network of Renfe de Catalunya that serves the stations of Barcelona, Tortosa, Salou, Cambrils and Lleida has trains that stop at PortAventura train station. Once you arrive at the station you can either walk to the park, or you can wait for one of the little trains that provide a free shuttle service to the visitors.

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