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Las Dunas Aquapark
There are many beautiful beaches on the Costa Brava, but you will only find one swimming pool like Camping Las Dunas’ Aquapark!
We are proud to say that currently we are the campsite with the best pool on the Costa Brava. Our Aquapark, inaugurated in 2015, extends over 5000m2 and has two pools, a sun terrace and various water slides. In the pool you can enjoy a rapid, a Jacuzzi and some wellness waterfalls. But the most outstanding feature is the five great water slides, two long ones, two medium ones and an extra wide one for the whole family.
Salt is added to clean the water, hence the slightly salty flavour of the pool water. Through a process of electrolysis the salt is converted to hypochlorite which in turn keeps the water clean. The salt concentration in the pool water is about ten times lower than in sea water. So say goodbye to skin irritations, sore eyes or damaged hair and clothes. And since no chemicals are added the cycle is 100% environmentally friendly.
Of the two pools, one is especially suitable for little children. It doesn’t cover more than 40 cm at its deepest point. Children can play on the water castle with two little waterslides and a giant bucket that drops water at regular intervals.
You can enjoy our fantastic Aquapark in a carefree manner thanks to our lifeguards who work hard to maintain the security and hygiene. Please help them do a good job by cooperating, stick to the rules and make everybody’s visit to the Aquapark enjoyable.
5000 m2 Aquapark
Got some questions?
Frequently Asked Questions
Are all the facilities open and all services offered in the low season ?
Not all of them. The most important facilities such as the supermarket, the pool bar, the restaurant, the swimming pool, the entertainment and the toilets, open and close when the campsite does, but some “secondary” facilities and services such as Club XD and some beach bars open later.
Can I Access the beach/pool with a disabled child ?
Yes. In the Campsite we have “amphibious” wheelchairs. This chair has large air wheels to facilitate movement through the sand, and an aluminum structure to reduce weight. The use of chairs is free and must be reserved at the pool. With this chair a companion can take the disabled person into the sea. The pool can also be accessed with this chair by a ramp. Keep in mind that the person sitting in the chair cannot move himself and the assistance of a companion is mandatory.
Is there a Pool on the Campsite ?
Yes. In 2015 we inaugurated Las Dunas Aquapark, the best pool on the Costa Brava! It has 5000m2 with two swimming pools, slides and a large solarium with sun loungers.
How far is the beach from the Camping ?
Camping is located directly on the seaside. Just a few “dunes” separates the beach and the campsite. This dune is the origin of the Camping’s name. We do have 6 direct accesses to the beach.
Can I receive visitors while at Las Dunas ?
Yes, every person who wants to enter to the campsite has to register at the reception, also those that are visiting. If the visit is 2 hours maximum, you will not be charged anything, but during this time you have to deposit a camping card or similar Identification card at the reception. If the visitor wants to spend more time you have to pay the current rate. Access to the campsite without registering is strictly prohibited and the surveillance staff controls the entrances.
Does the Pool access has to be paid for ?
No. Access to the pool is free for camping guests. Access is also restricted to camping guests. Access is not allowed to visitors that are not hosted at the campsite.
How deep are the Aquapark pools?
The childen’s pool has a maximum depth of 40 cm
The depth of the main pool is between 0 cm at the entrance ramp and 130 cm at the water slide exits.
Can anyone go down the water slides?
There are three slides in the children’s pool, exclusively for little children. Access is prohibited for adults.
The access to the main water slides is from a tower with two platforms. On the first platform you can access the broad family slide, where anyone can go down, including little children if accompanied by an adult. From the same platform two more slides can be accessed, restricted to people taller than 110 cm. The two big slides are accessed from the high platform and restricted to people taller than 120 cm. All users need to be able to swim. Accessing the water slides with floating aids is strictly prohibited.
Always follow the instructions of the lifeguards; they work for the safety of all users.