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The first section focuses on the Mediterranean; here you will find communities of eels and octopuses. visitalliureinfantil1500

The next section, devoted to the Red Sea and other tropical waters, is more vibrant. Here, reef sharks and bright yellow butterfly fish are on display among native vegetation. The biggest crowd-pleaser is the close encounter with the grey sharks, guitarfish, and eagle and marble rays in the Oceanarium. An 80m long glass tunnel lets you see these sleek creatures from all angles as you are moved along by a conveyor belt. 

Upstairs, the Explora! Section has 50 interactive games and activities to entertain the children.

Located at Barcelona's Port at the foot of Las Ramblas, the aquarium is easy to access, with the nearest tube stop being Barceloneta. The aquarium is just 45 minutes from Vilanova Park, our premier campsite in Spain.

For more information including latest prices and opening times, please see http://www.aquariumbcn.com/AQUARIUM/index.php


By EuroParcs G+ 05/07/2013

Barcelona things to do - Aquarium