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(pursuant to Article 4 of the Decree of 7 April 1983)
The public is admitted to the park after paying an admission fee according to the prices displayed at the entrance or upon presentation of an Aquasplash pass.
Picnics and coolers are only allowed in the dedicated picnic area. Coolers are not allowed in wet areas (once past the foot baths). Eating in the swimming area, i.e. after passing through the foot baths, is strictly prohibited.
Swimwear: swimming costumes and shorts are allowed. Bathing dresses, sarongs, jeans, jogging suits and briefs worn under swimming shorts are strictly forbidden. Lycra is permitted only to just below the elbow for the sleeves and just below the knee for the legs. Insofar as 'burkinis' are swimming costumes, they are accepted in the park on condition that they are actually made of swimwear material, that they do not extend beyond just below the elbows in the case of sleeves and just below the knees in the case of legs, and we remind you that heads and necks must be kept clear on the slides in order to avoid any risk of strangulation. Access to the areas reserved for bathers is prohibited to people with suspect skin lesions who do not have a certificate of non-contagion (circular of 13 March 1975).
Walking around the pool area wearing street or sports shoes is prohibited. Only flip-flops and slippers are allowed after passing through the foot baths.
Entrance to the park is prohibited for minors not accompanied by an adult. Minors are the responsibility of their accompanying adult who must remain on site (one accompanying adult for every 4 minors).
Admission is prohibited to people with glass bottles, alcohol or any object that may be deemed dangerous.
Any non-swimmer must be easily identifiable, i.e. wearing armbands and a red wristband upon admission to Aquasplash. Otherwise, the Park shall be deemed to be exempt from any liability. Please note that any child or adult who can swim more than 25 m without touching the side or the bottom and without a buoyancy aid is considered a swimmer.
People arriving in groups must be able to be identified, i.e. a blue wristband must be worn and a list of swimmers/non-swimmers by name provided on arrival along with the names of the supervising persons.
Children in groups are the responsibility of the chaperones who must comply with current legislation (adult/child quota, qualifications and skills) and also supervise children in the pools.
The limited number of sunbeds are subject to a fee and must be paid for at the ticket booth or with the staff member working in the area when you sit down.
The VIP area can only be used by people who have paid for this at the ticket booth or to the staff member on site. Guests are requested to respect the peace and quiet of this area. We do not accept any responsibility for theft within the park or from the car park. The management will not issue any refunds or compensation in the event of bad weather.
Any breach of the rules and any attitude that disturbs other visitors will result in your permanent removal from the park without compensation or refund.
Entering the establishment, either individually or in a group, implies unreserved acceptance of the rules of conduct.
In the event of non-compliance with any of these rules, the Management will not only deny any responsibility, but will be obliged to ask any offender to leave the park immediately without any obligation to reimburse the price paid for admission.
The staff employed by the establishment are empowered to enforce the rules of conduct and, in the event of serious breaches that put the safety of one or more people at risk, to request the immediate removal of the offender or offenders.
Access to the facilities is prohibited to people in a state of inebriation, as well as to those whose behaviour is detrimental to safety or public order.
Visitors and bathers must:
Safety armbands and red wristbands MUST be worn by all non-swimmers.
Before entering the pools, bathers must pass under the showers and through the foot baths.
Entering the beach areas wearing shoes is prohibited.
Consumption of alcohol and entry into the park with glass bottles is prohibited.
The public, spectators, visitors or chaperones shall only use the premises and areas reserved for them.
Bathers must not use the foot baths for any purpose other than that for which they are designed.
Smoking or chewing gum in wet areas is prohibited.
Spitting is prohibited. Animals must not be brought into the park.
It is not permitted to leave an animal in the car park, tied to a post or worse locked in a car in the sun.
In such circumstances, the Management reserves the right to call the Municipal Police if it considers that the life or health of the animal is in danger.
Eating or drinking outside the areas reserved for this purpose is prohibited.
Dropping food leftovers is prohibited.
Running on the beaches and diving outside the areas reserved for this purpose is prohibited.
Rules for the use of the facilities: customers are asked to scrupulously respect the instructions for use of each slide. These instructions are posted at the bottom and top of each activity. Adults are encouraged to explain these instructions to the minors they are supervising.
Thank you for your understanding and have a nice day.