Super Aphrodite WaterparkCurrently Closed
- Address: Poseidonos Ave., Paphos 8133, Cyprus
- Timings: 10:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 357-26913638
- Ticket Price: 30 EUR
- Time Required: 06:00 Hrs
- Tags: Amusement Park, Theme Park, Water Park, Family And Kids, Water Sport
Super Aphrodite Waterpark - Review
Think of Paphos and you won’t immediately think of a waterpark, but the place isn’t half bad. Pricey though. It’s got all your standard waterpark attractions and then some. There’s the kamikaze, the freefall, the family rafting river, the super volcano, the Jacuzzi, a leisure pool, kids area etc. If you’re looking for something non historical to do with the family, have time to kill and money to spare, then check the park out. It’s not really a place for adults.
Upon entering, you’ll be given a band to wear, an electronic device that tracks your expenses. You pay for the accumulated expense before you leave. Don’t leave your kids alone unless you want to end up with a grossly high bill filled with activities and food you didn’t sanction! The best part is, there is barely ever a heavy crowd here meaning no long queues that you’d normally expect!
Super Aphrodite Waterpark Information
- For a fee the place provides locker facilities.
- Visitors mention that the park isn’t really worth your while unless you’re planning on spending a large part of your day here.
- The food and drink at the park is pricey and you’re not allowed to bring your own.
Super Aphrodite Waterpark Ticket Prices
- Adult- One day ticket for adults aged 12 years and over: €30.00
- Two day ticket for adults aged 12 years and over: €47.00
- Season ticket for adults aged 12 years and over: €150.00
- Child- One day ticket for adults aged 12 years and over: €17.00
- Two day ticket for adults aged 12 years and over: €28.00
- Season ticket for adults aged 12 years and over: €90.00
How To reach Super Aphrodite Waterpark by Public Transport
- Buses on Poseidonos
- Take bus number 11 or 611 from the Old Town and Kato Paphos or the number 15 or 615 bus from Coral Bay and Kato Paphos.
Restaurants Near Super Aphrodite Waterpark
- Rikkos Beach
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Things to Know Before Visiting Super Aphrodite Waterpark
44.22% of people who visit Paphos include Super Aphrodite Waterpark in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
90.45% of people start their Super Aphrodite Waterpark visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 6 Hrs to see Super Aphrodite Waterpark
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Super Aphrodite Waterpark
Super Aphrodite Waterpark Trips
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Super Aphrodite Waterpark, Paphos Reviews
wonderful place. we spent here 2 full days. the kids has a lot to do and enjoy.... you can get a very nice discount for order tickets on website
This place is amazing, a must go for adults and children alike. The price is reasonable for a full day which we easily managed to stay for. We went at the end of September which was end of season so it was relatively quiet. The staff we talked to did say that high season (August) it gets extremely busy amd the wait for rides can be ten minutes or so whereas we hardly even waited one minute.
This is one of the best water park to be with kids (ages 5-15). We spent all day at the park and enjoyed every minute of it. The lines are short and acceptable, we didn't waited more than 5 min to none of the slides except one.
Had an amazing day with great slides and attractions there. The cannon slides were particularly fun, with a 1.5m drop between the end of the slide and the splash pool! There is also a large lazy river which is a great way to spend some time as well as plenty of sunloungers. We had no problems finding a place to seat in the shade half way through the day. However, food and drinks are very expensive (€2.80 for a can of coke or similar) and the sign outside the water park says there is a €10 'corkage fee' for people bringing in their own food and drink!
Some great slides which are a lot of fun unless (like me) you suddenly panic mid-slide and bang your head against the slide instead of holding it up. I didn't try and food so can't comment on that. It was great fun particularly the float slides. Would go again. Also nice that you don't have to carry cash as you pay with your wristband and then can pay by card on your way out.