Waterparks

Fassouri Watermania 
(Limassol)

Fasouri Watermania Waterpark has an impressive range of attractions, facilities and services and is presently the biggest Waterpark in Cyprus both in size (over 100,000 square metres – 25 acres) and number of attractions and facilities (with 30 different slides for all ages, football pitch, two restaurants and three snack bars). The Wet Wall Climb, among the newest additions, challenges you to try and climb it. The breathtaking Black Holes and Kamikaze Slide are not for the faint of heart, but Lazy River is perfect to relax. With a myriad of slides to choose from, as well as a kiddie pool for the little ones to paddle around in, it’s guaranteed fun for all ages! And after all that running around, stomachs are bound to start rumbling. Fasouri Watermania has a wide variety of food outlets, including the Canal Restaurant which offers lunch for big groups, Pirates’ Cove Restaurant and the Wiki Wiki Café for coffee and snacks.
Extra Tip: Visit the Makai Pool Bar (Squeeze Juice Bar) by the swimming pool and indulge with a freshly squeezed fruit smoothie ideal for a cool break!
Opening times: May and October daily 10:00–17:00. June to September 10:00–18:00.
Fasouri is located 10 minutes outside Limassol town, and is accessible from the highway from the Port exit.

Telephone: 25 714235

 Aphrodite Waterpark 
(Paphos)

The Paphos Aphrodite Waterpark offers an abundance of slippery fun for the whole family. For those thrill seekers out there, there’s the Five Lane Racer, where you can race your friends down a three dip slide, while the calmer of the lot can enjoy floating down the Lazy River. The Wave Pool simulates the feel of a choppy sea, so you can splash around in the waves without worrying about pesky sea weed and the kiddies can choose from one of the many themed pools which will keep them occupied all day long! In addition to the many water rides and attractions at the park, there is also a large-screen TV, table games and a children’s playground situated next to the International Fast Food restaurant. There is also the Kyrenia which is located next to the splash pool as well as three kiosks dotted around the park for drinks and ice creams. There are plenty of sun beds to relax on and soak up the sun. The Park also offers free transfer to Paphos residents if they take the number 11 bus from the Old Town and Kato Paphos, or the number 15 bus from Coral Bay and Kato Paphos. The ticket will be refunded at the park.
Opening times: May -June: Daily 10:00 – 17:30, July- August: Daily 10:00 – 18:00, September – October: Daily 10:00 – 17:00. Poseidonos Avenue, Kato Paphos
Telephone: 26 913638.

 Waterworld  Waterpark 
(Famagusta)

Ayia Napa’s award-winning Waterworld Waterpark has an Ancient Greece motif, with rides named after famous mythological characters, such as Zephyr’s Breeze, and the legendary fall to Atlantis, a one-of-a-kind slide with light, sound and visual effects which will send a three-man bullet speeding through twists and turns before splashing into the pool below. You can channel your inner superhero and fight snake tubes in the Quest of Heracles, or simply relax away from the children in Aphrodite’s Baths. With over 15 attractions including Drop to Atlantis and the death defying Kamikaze slides there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. The numerous food outlets continue the Ancient Greek theme, giving you the choice of Homer’s Burger Palace or Minotaur’s pizza, amongst many others.
Extra Tip: Try the mini doughnuts from the stalls found around the park. They’re delicious!
Opening hours: Open daily 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
18 Ayia Thekla road, 5345 Ayia Napa

Telephone: 80001444 or 23724444