Water World Ayia Napa

Water World

Water World, as it is commonly called, is an outdoor water park covering 80,000 square metres situated in the Makronissos area of the town of Ayia Napa. Water World has a wide assortment of fun and exhilarating rides for all age groups in a relaxing environment.

There are also restaurants, shops, and other outdoor activities. Water World is one of the twelve best water parks worldwide according to the American Television Network CNN. It is located on Ayia Theklis Street, on the west side of Ayia Napa.

Waterworld is not a multi award winning water park by chance. We try hard to provide the best quality services and entertainment to all our guests. And we know that after countless hours of fun you will need to have a break and a snack or a drink. We also work very hard to provide our guests a variety of tastes and choices during their break.

WaterWorld Themed WaterPark is an Ancient Greek Themed Waterpark located in Ayia Napa, Cyprus. It is one of the biggest themed water parks in Europe and it has more than 25 rides and attractions. The park operates a large selection of rides and attractions, food outlets, souvenir shops and other facilities. It has a long-standing reputation as Cyprus’s Number one Tourist Attraction and is frequently featured in the national media and international media. Operational since 1996, WaterWorld has been pronounced as one of the 12 best water parks in the world by CNN. The park is a member of the (World Waterpark Association) WWA and the (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) IAAPA. . WaterWorld Ayia Napa has received over 25 international awards from the World Waterpark Association, the European Waterpark Association and the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions.

Telephone: (00357) 23 724444
Fax: (00357) 23 724160
Email: admin@waterworldwaterpark.com

Visited this place while on holiday as was only a short walk away from our hotel on the outskirts of Ayia Napa. There is also a local bus service which has its final stop at the waterpark.

If you have a child/children then this is a really good place to visit though bear in mind it does come at a price. We checked the prices before we left for Cyprus and noticed that it was cheaper to purchase tickets online and there was also a special end of season offer where you got an extra day’s free entry. This made the cost far more reasonable. I did call before we booked and they confirmed the offer and were very helpful and polite.

Once there we met the member of staff in person at reception. Kostas was very helpful and generally the staff were all very polite. The grounds are very well kept though I did notice that this place looks a bit tired and could do with a lick of paint. But after the pandemic I guess this is to be expected.

The rides are what you would expect and are loosely based on Ancient Greek history which is a nice touch and are great for children. The lifeguards are very helpful and regularly check to see if children meet the right height restrictions and I felt that children were safe here. There are also plenty of sunbeds particularly if parents want to relax and there are also several eateries where you can purchase a variety of food and drink.

Overall was very pleased and will visit again when in Ayia Napa in the future though you should check for offers online first rather than pay at the door.




Loving the many times I have spent in Cyprus, so I started a blog for everyone who feels the same to contribute to. First came here in the military back in 1984.