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Enjoy family fun on ancient-ruin inspired rides at Terra Mitica. The park appreciate 25 attractions spread over five ancient-themed zones: Egypt, Greece, Rome, Iberia, and the Islands. Head to Rome to ride the double drop wooden roller coaster at 92 km/hour (58 mi/hour) or wander through the haunted pyramid in Egypt. Climb the 100-m (328-ft) Inferno tower for impressive views of the Benidorm skyline and coast. Book tickets online in advance to receive a discount. To visit Terra Mitica on your holiday in Benidorm, and find out what else Benidorm has to offer, use our Benidorm journey planner .
Terra Mitica Reviews
Ya lo conocía de hace unos 7 años que fui la última vez, y ha cambiado bastante: Una de las cuatro partes del parque (Iberia) estaba cerrada, sólo abre determinados períodos del año. Es cierto que se ... more »I knew him from about 7 years ago that I was the last time, and he has changed quite a bit: One of the four parts of the park (Iberia) was closed, only opens certain periods of the year. It is true that it may have been slightly left behind in relation to other parks, but nevertheless, for us it has improved, and much, in other things: - Because it is not a "pointer" park, the influx has decreased a lot and we find virtually no queue in any attraction, which is greatly appreciated, you can ride again and again.... - As in other parks, they have incorporated small pools for children and a lake area for older, which while not impressive, come of scandal to cool off in the month of July. - They let you bring food, you even have many shaded areas to eat quietly.
Siento contradecir las muchas opiniones de usuarios que critican Terra Mítica. Seré objetivo, y no miento. 1. Es falso que no haya sombras. Cada poco tiempo hay espacios donde poder sentarte mientras ... more »I am sorry to contradict the many user reviews who criticize Terra Mítica. I'll be objective, and I'm not lying. 1. It is false that there are no shadows. Every little while there are spaces where you can sit while "throwing" very refreshing vaporized water. While they exist in virtually all the queues of the attractions, there is a missing area like these in the tail of the attraction "Tornado". 2. It is false that it is a park "neglected and abandoned" as many users put here. Every detail is taken care of, from the scenery of the park, to the cleaning of the park. You won't find a single area with a lack of cleanliness, nor unafraid. Incredible the work they have done and done in this regard. 3. The staff is lovely. At all times you can ask them, from attraction operators to waiters, stalls selling items... All have timetables, maps of the park, and guide you in everything you ask. 4. The food, maybe a little expensive, but like in all theme parks. We, who were 3 adults, found a small café up the slope of Greece towards Synkope in which we ate 3 sandwiches and drink for 18 euros, price not very exorbitant. The rest of the restaurants, such as Via Apia, have somewhat exorbitant prices. 5. It is false that the park does not have an influx. We went on July 10th, and although there was also no influx as there could be in Warner Park (insufferable the heat) and PortAventura (more of the same), there were quite a lot of people. 6. The attractions are very good. The attraction "Port of Alexandria" is a very well-kept attraction, very entertaining and the on-board staff could not be better. I happen to describe a little each of them and their attention. - Nile Falls: From my point of view one of the best in the park. The organization is great, the attraction exciting and does not get too wet, even if it is water. - Minotaur Maze: Simply awesome. Spectacular work done, animations and the walk itself. Highly recommended. - Kinetos Temple: This is a 5D cinema in which we were immersed in a car race. While the age is differentiated (a room for under 12s, and one for adults), it does not specify what exactly the attraction is (and it is quite well, but there is quite a lot of action inside, I do not want to gut it). - Synkope: Nothing to say, we know it's one of the "strong", but it doesn't become unbearable, it's perfect. - Titan: I was going with good expectations, but I didn't expect what it was. It's a strong attraction, not suitable for all audiences. In a matter of 30 seconds you have flipped your body 4 times, you have made a good fall... Etc. Highlight ingessing its staff, it is lovely. - Triton's Fury: You don't expect what really gets wet. It doesn't splash, it wets you completely and deeply. Very good attraction with unbeatable decoration. - Alucinakis: Although it's a children's roller coaster, we ride 2 times. Very good and recommended to all audiences. - Tornado: Although scary, it is not that bad and does not give any kind of extreme vertigo. Very good attraction, although its staff leaves a little to be desired compared to the other attractions. - Inferno: Notice to readers: not an attraction to use. It's a very strong 30-second roller coaster that doesn't leave anyone indifferent. The staff were very friendly and helpful. You can't explain the feeling in words, you have to live it. - Phoenix Flight: Very good, with a free fall that, although it feels, you don't have a bad time. As for the shows, Icarus is amazing. It should be noted that there is a children's area (Parque de Cuca), with which it is a park designed for all audiences. Regarding the entrance to Iberia Park, I would not know since we did not enter, although I recommend it as "annex" to the main park, since it is quite small. It is more oriented to children's audiences. In short, a great park, they don't lie to you. (PD: Attached photos of the boat ride of the attraction "Port of Alexandria").
It used to be better. It's not bad, but the place feels a bit tired. It's a nice place to go on a free day. Half a day should be enough. If it's not the high season.
We had a great day. Can't comment on value for money as our tickets were included in our hotel package, which was excellent. Short queues, good selection of rides. All the family loved it
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