“10,000m² of water park”, welcome to Pirates World

“Pirates World is the very essence of another world… that of piracy!” suggests the company that owns the site based in Cap d’Agde in Hérault.

An idea for the holidays? Judge for yourself, Pirates World Cap d’Agde includes a water park, partner accommodation (Les Sables d’Or campsite, Hôtel Cap Pirate ****), an escape game, catering, snacking… A rich and varied complex that promises great adventures this summer for Hérault residents and tourists. “All aboard, sailors! Enter the first water park in Europe”, we can read on the Pirates World Cap d’Agde website. An aquatic immersion on “10,000m²”, combined with a fantasy world: piracy.

On the program: 10 slides, wave pool, river with buoys, gigantic paddling pool in the shape of a pirate ship to explore, surf wave simulator… Even the smallest pirates will find what they are looking for in the “aqualudic” paddling pools. “Pulse to the rhythm of the pirates and discover shows during the day and in the evening like you have never experienced anywhere else,” is described on the website.

With the added bonus of a journey through the time of piracy during the day. Pirate actors offer sword fights, acting, a 50m zip line… “A breathtaking show! Fun and interactive!”, lists the park owner. At nightfall, the wave pool brings out its most fearsome sound and light effects for an “out of the ordinary” dinner show (different from the daytime show). Please note: The internal regulations are very strict on clothing for the sanitary maintenance of the water (shorts, burkinis, long clothes… prohibited). All the information, click here.

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