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Terra Mitica is a theme park located in Benidormmarker, Spainmarker. The park is divided into 5 themed zones: Egypt, Greece, Rome, Iberia, and the Islands (of the Mediterranean). The park was opened in 2000.

In 2004-2006 the park went through a bankruptcy process. In 2001, a year after park opening, Paramount Parks entered into an agreement to manage Terra Mitica, and the park was branded as a Paramount Park for the following season. In 2004 Paramount Parks filed for the Spanish equivalent of bankruptcy protection from its creditors. Since then the park has been operating independently. Terra Mítica emerged from temporary receivership in 2006, after restructuring its expenses, reducing labor costs, and canceling debt through the sale of excess park land. After generating, on average, a negative operating profit of 8 million € per year from its inception, Terra Mítica produced positive EBITDA in 2006.

For the 2008 season, Terra Mítica added a new free access area including major branded food chains and shops as well as an outdoor adventure park. Plans for the 2009 season include the addition to shopping outlets adjacent to the Iberia section of the park. A hotel is also planned to be built by Ortiz Hijos in the area just behind the Egypt section of the park.

Park structure

The park in organized into five thematic areas:

In 2008, the following areas were added to the park:

  • Ocionía - A free access area with themed shops, branded restaurants, and pay-as-you-go attractions. Ocionia is located just before the park entrance area.

  • Atalaya - An outdoor adventure and obstacle course with challenges for adults and children alike. Atalaya is adjacent to the park entrance.


In total, there are 25 rides at the park. The list of rides by complexity is given below (strong - red color, medium - orange color, easy - green color, children - blue color).

Park Ride Description
Greece La Furia de Tritón (Triton's Fury) A themed big boat drop ride with two drops built by Intamin
SynKope A flat ride, 35 metres in height, reaching a velocity of 90 km/h. Built by Mondial in 2004
Titánide A Vekoma SLC roller coaster
El Laberinto del Minotauro (The Labyrinth of the Minotaur) A dark ride built by Sally Corporation
Los Ícaros (The Icarus) Flying chairs
Templo de Kinetos (Kinetos' Temple) A Motion Simulator
Alucinakis A children's Magnus Colossus
Arriarrix Ride on the backs of unicorns and pasting into a meadow of Ancient Greece
Iberia Arietes Children's carousel rides
Jabato Children's carousel rides
Egypt Cataratas del Nilo (The Falls of Nile) A log flume ride. It has two drops, one in reverse, with its biggest drop being 20 metres height. It was built by MACK Rides
Akuatiti Children version of "Cataratas del Nilo"
Rome Magnus Colossus A wooden roller coaster built by Roller Coaster Corporation of America with a double drop. It's 36 metres high and reaches a speed of 92 km/h. The roller coaster is 1,252 meters long
El Vuelo del Fénix (The Flight of the Phoenix) A drop tower built by Intamin, with 60 metres and themed about the legend of the phoenix
Inferno A ZacSpin Coster designed by Intamin. It is 25 metres height and flies at 60 km/h producing 3 g forces for a brief but exciting moment. It possesses one inversion.
Ayquesustus Replica Child Flight of the Phoenix
Rontundus Ferris wheel for smaller baskets in which the shape of doves
Serpentinum Attraction child carts pulled by geese and in which users, through a lever up or down can do
Tentáculus Attraction where children can upload, download and turn transported in vehicles in the form of torches chaired by the Imperial Roman Eagle
Torbellinus Chairs flying in infant version
Vertigum Children's attraction in the form of a gondola mouse which rises and rotates in a circular motion
The Islands La Cólera de Akiles (The Anger of Akiles) The new addition in 2006. A Supernova built by Mondial. It's 16 metres high.
Los Rápidos de Argos (Argos' Rapids) A water rapids ride
Mithos Typical carrousel with mythological beings, such as mermaids, centaurs, sacred oxen...
El Rescate de Ulises (Ulysses' Rescue) A dark water ride, with animatronics and so nice theming (removed?)
Ocionía La Batalla de la Pirámide (The Battle of the Pyramid) An indoor paintball game
La Pirámide del Terror (Horror Pyramid) A haunted maze
Puerto de Alejandría (Alexandría's Port) A boat ride from Egypt to Iberia
Infinnito A 100 metres tower that offers you an amazing view of the Benidorm skyline as well as impressive views of the coastline and the park. It was added in the middle of the 2007 and is also from Intamin.
Mitikarts More than 13 Kiddie Rides and a lot of games and water zones


Show Description
Acuarela Passage around Roma
Anfitriones dem Mediterráneo (Hosts Mediterranean) Meet at the park with ancient gods that you will welcome it
Animaciones Terroríficas (Terrifying Animasi) with humor
Arqueólogos (Archaeologists) Two archaeologists travel through Egypt crazy in your car full of surprises in search of new mysteries
¡Baila con...las mascotas! (Dancing with ... pets!) Baba, mític and Cuca is a choreography of the most fun to get a big welcome
Barbarroja (Red Beard) Enter into a typical Mediterranean town and live the Captain Red Beard's attack with a real ship with 7 pirates, a town, a 20-metre cliff and a lot of special effects and surprises!
Danzas de Karnak (Dances Karnak) Sinuous dance of the priestesses of Isis
El Corazón de Samos (Samos' heart) Dances from the center of the Mediterranean Sea
El Encantador de Serpientes (The snake charmers) A funny little man with his dancer and a snake, which tells his travels through India.
Lucha de Gladiadores (Gladiator's Fight) In the Roman square, in front of the Circus Màximus, enjoy a battle between the most important Gladiator Schools of Rome.
Mític y Baba (Mític and Baba) Interaction with pets in the park
QueenWater Multimedia evening with fountains, fireworks, laser. This show is only in high season.
Rock'n'Roma Mobile Disco on the square of the Roman empire.
Tarantela Inside the Circus Màximus, you'll see a fantastic history about a stupid clown who finds the Circus Maximus' God and who takes part in a special party inside the Roman theatre. Don't miss this show!
Teatro de Títeres (Puppet theater) Currently is represented by 'La Pócima Mágica (The Magic potion)'. A story for the youngest of the family.

Calendar and admission

Terra Mitica is open from March to December. The park has irregular opening days listed on park's website. Generally, it opens from 10 am to 8 pm in March, April, May, and in some days of June and September, October and November. The parks opens from 10 am to 1 am in some days of June and September, full July and full August.

In 2009, a single adult ticket costs 34€. A two-day adult ticket is 48€. An afternoon adult ticket is 21€. There are discounted tickets for juniors (5-10 years old), seniors (60 years and older), and disabled people. Children 0–5 years enter free.

Season passes are also available: adult season pass - 62€ (family: 56€); season pass renewal: 45€ (family: 41€); Club Babá Season pass (children 5-10): 32€. For family season passes a proof of family relationship is required.

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