|Theme Park:||Terra Mítica (since 2000)|
|Address:||Partida de Moralet|
|Operated by:||Aqualandia Mundomar|
|Special feature:||Splitting into the two leisure parks
"Terra Mítica" and "Iberia Park"
between 2013 - 2017
Terra Mítica is one of the largest theme parks in Spain. Like the amusement parks Parque Warner near Madrid and Port Aventura near Barcelona, the park was built during the theme park boom of the 1990s. Already after the first season, the majority of the shares were sold to the US-American Paramount Group. Terra Mitica has since then operated as a Paramount Park with the addition “a Paramount Park”. In 2004 Paramount sold its shares to the Valencia region. This was followed in 2012 by the sale to the Benidorm-based Aqualandia-Mundomar Group.
The amusement park overlooking the city of Benidorm offers a successful mix of breathtaking rides and shows worth seeing. The park also impresses with its successful design.
Fun Fact #1: The park has an artificial watercourse that creates several pools for visitors. On several levels, visitors can refresh themselves and let off steam in these pools. In addition, there is a larger spa area in the Iberian themed area.
Fun Fact #2: Under the name Tizona, the Titanide roller coaster used to be located in the Iberian themed area on the other side of the park before it was downsized.