"Shima Spain Village" (Parque de España) 志摩スペイン村 パルケエスパーニャ

A therme park where you can experience the country of passion, Spain.

See, play, eat and experience the cheerful Spain.
Once you step in here, this is a park holding a festival in Spain, the country of sunshine and passion.
Experience the parades by entertainers, characters' shows, travel adventure in the ocean and the frightening "screaming" machines.
There are restaurants, confectionery store and other shops where you can enjoy authentic Spanish tastes, so there are lots of fun.
This is a theme park filled with the wonderful things about Spain, a country so positive and cheerful.
〒517-0212 志摩市磯部町坂崎 
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Business hours
09:30 - 17:00 (may vary depending on the season and the day)
There are days closed in winter.
Adult: ¥5,300
Senior Citizen: ¥3,500
Access by public transportation
Approx. 13 minutes by direct bus service from Kintetsu Railway's Ugata Station.

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