The Oceanográfico of the City of Arts and Sciences is the largest aquarium in Europe and contains representatives of the worlds main marine ecosystems. Each building is identified with the following aquatic environments: the Mediterranean, Wetlands, Temperate and Tropical Seas, Oceans, the Antarctic, the Arctic, Islands, and the Red Sea, as well as the Dolphinarium with 24 million litres of water and a depth of 10.5 metres. The Underwater Restaurant and the Access Building which welcomes visitors stand out because of their spectacular roofs designed by Félix Candela.
During their route through the various installations, visitors can get to know at first hand the behaviour and way of life of over 45,000 individuals of 500 different species: dolphins, belugas, walruses, sea lions, seals, penguins, turtles, sharks, rays, sawfish, jellyfish, starfish, sea urchins, and crustaceans of all kin..., as well as wetland bird species such as those inhabiting the Albufera de Valencia and tropical mangrove swamps.
A unique and magical marine experience on the Costa del Sol. With over 500,000 litres of water you can meet more than 5,000 different creatures. These include species from the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans and even creatures normally found in the Red Sea. Don't forget the diverse and amazing species from the Amazon.
Enjoy an unforgettable experience for the whole family as you explore the wonderful sea creatures of the marine world of SEA LIFE Benalmadena.
Welcome to LAquàrium de Barcelona, a marine leisure and educational centre on the moll dEspanya del Port vell, by the sea.
An ideal place to see the sea bed, and particularly the Mediterranean, and a fantastic option for enjoying your free time.
In LAquàrium de Barcelona, as well as the tanks and the displays, you can enjoy the different services we offer you for your visit to be as pleasant as possible (cafeteria / self-service, LAquàrium shop, souvenir photo, the auditorium, etc.).
The Aquarium-Palacio del Mar de Donostia-San Sebastian, was launched in 1928 by initiative of the Oceanography Society of Gipuzkoa (SOG). In fact it was the first museum dedicated to the natural sciences was established in the Spanish State. -