The first aqua park with mineral water was opened in Devin. There you can simultaneously tan, have fun with various attractions and get rid of a bunch of illnesses. The water in the aqua park comes from the springs in Beden and heals a number of diseases. It is recommended for treatment of the nervous and locomotor system. Drinking treats the gastrointestinal tract, the excretory system and diseases of the gall-liver pathways.
Naturally, the options for relaxation and fun in such a complex are not one and two. In the aqua park, guests can immerse themselves in the healing Rhodope water in 6 different pools. One of them is a small Olympic with a length of 25 meters. The rest are recreational, aquatic, children’s, baby and VIP pool areas. The children’s area is designed by a 6-year-old lady who wins a contest of the aqua park with her drawing.
It is the children’s imagination that has created the slides in the children’s playground. The young lady received for her work a free aquapark card by the end of the year by the owner of the complex Nikolay Ivanov. There are also several restaurants in the complex. The Garden-Restaurant Modder will offer Rhodope specialties made with organic products from regional farms. You can refresh your stay with a cocktail at the Persena bar.
For those who do not want to waste much time and distract from the amusements offered by the Aqua Park, there is a snack area such as sandwiches, salads, and soups. Coffee and beer can be picked up quickly from bar J. In order to relax in the aqua park, spa treatments are also available at an additional cost.
And if you think that enjoying the mineral water in the Rhodopes is expensive, we will immediately convince you otherwise. The ticket for adults costs 10 leva /approximately 5 euros/. Children who are between 110 and 140 centimeters height pay 5 leva /approximately 2,5 euros/ and the entrance for the youngest children is free of charge. Club cards are also available to make visits even cheaper. The 5-day card costs 45 leva for adults /approximately 22,5 euros/ and 23 leva for children /approximately 11,5 euros/. The weekly card costs 56 leva for adults /approximately 28 euros/ and 28 leva for children /approximately 14 euros/. The 10-day card costs 70 leva for adults /approximately 35 euros/ and 35 leva for kids /approximately 17,5 euros/. If you buy a 30-day pass, it will cost 180 leva for adults /approximately 90 euros/ and 90 leva for children /approximately 45 euros/.