The overlooked European water park that boasts £3 Aperol Spritzes & 7,000 sunbeds – so no battles for loungers there | The Sun

THERE'S a lesser-known water park in Europe that has 36 water slides, 7,000 sunloungers, and cocktails are only £3.

The summer has people planning days out, with water parks being a great choice for the entire family.

And one water park most Brit holidaymakers probably haven't even heard of before sits inside Energylandia – a Polish theme park in Zator in Southern Poland.

As one of the biggest theme parks in Europe, it's no surprise that Energylandia is also home to the largest outdoor water park in the country.

The water park covers a whopping 4.5 hectares and has four distinct zones including Big Milk Water Park, Tropical Fun, Exotic Island, and Bamboo Bay.

Across the entire water park, there are 36 water slides and 7,000 sunloungers, which means no more scrapping over sun beds.

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Inside the Big Milk Water Park, there are three outdoor swimming pools, numerous slides for younger guests, and a large playground.

Meanwhile, over at Exotic Islands, there's a huge water playground called Funky Monkey, which has five water slides, water cannons, and buckets that spout water too.

This zone also has two swimming pools too.

For those thrill-seekers who are after more adrenaline-inducing rides, then there's the Tropical Fun Zone, which has 14 water slides.

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One of those is Itaka Tropical Splash, a six-track slide where parkgoers climb onto mats before heading down the slide.

There's also the Aloha Slide where guests can go hop onto a choice of either double or single rafts before experiencing the 111m worth of track.

Other water coasters include Exotic Fun, Tiki Fun, Adventure River, and Twister.

And in Bamboo Bay, there are a further 16 water slides including Twisted Ruba, Tiriki, Plum, and Oasis.

Other facilities in the water park include changing rooms and lockers where parkgoers can store their dry clothes.

There are also several restaurants and bars inside the water park too.

The park gets good ratings from the public with an overall score of 4.5/5 from more than 2,700 reviews on TripAdvisor with many visitors praising the water park in their reviews.

One person wrote: "The water park is divided into lots of areas. There's a very good system with lots of lockers to easily store valuables and many sun beds."

While a second added: "We went to the Water Park, which is included in the admission price. There were loads of sun beds and a very good Aperol Spritz for £3."

Entry tickets for adults cost PLN 199 (£38.61) while children up to 140cm (4ft 7in) pay PLN 149 (£28.91).

While the price may seem steep, the rest of the theme park is also included in the cost of the ticket.

This means parkgoers can discover the whole of Energylandia, which includes 123 rides and five other zones.

Energylandia is an hour's drive from Krakow.

Both Ryanair and Wizzair operate direct flights from UK airports like London, Birmingham, Leeds, and Newcastle.

Sun Online Travel has found one-way tickets from the UK to Krakow for £12 during the school summer holidays.

And later this year, the theme park will be opening a new sweet-themed zone complete with two brand-new rollercoasters.

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If you don't want to jet off abroad for a water park, then there are plenty in the UK including Sandcastle Water Park in Blackpool.

And here are some other water parks in the UK you should visit, including a huge new £250million attraction opening in 2025.

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