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Water activities at Hafan y Môr

Hafan y Môr


As well as being a great place to go for a swim, with our mix of pools, flumes and slides all free to use, our indoor pool complex is also a place where we’ve dreamed up all sorts of fun ways of getting wet. We’ve got various machines and contraptions to help you glide on or power your way under the water; kayaks and paddlers where you’ll hopefully keep afloat; and lessons for the little ones to give them more confidence in the water.

Make a splash!

Water facilities

Come rain or shine, there's always fantastic poolside action at Hafan y Môr with:

  • Large indoor pool complex with flumes, slides and a wave machine▲┴
  • Indoor children's paddling pool▲

Free water sessions

We think it is very important for children to love and be confident in the water from a young age, which is why we offer free water sessions for different age groups to encourage this:

  • For the younger ones - free water confidence sessions

Water based activities

For just a little extra, why not glide, jet or walk your way across the pool with our amazing water based activities:

  • Pool party*
  • Learn2Swim*
  • Aqua Gliders*
  • AquaJets*
  • Pool kayaking*
  • Turbo Paddlers*
  • Water Walkerz*

Prepaid sport & splash Activity Pass packs

Prepaid Sport & Splash Activity passes can be used to participate in some of our chargeable activities.

Prepaid Sport & Splash Activity passes can be purchased in packs of 6 or 12 and are available to buy up to midnight the day before your arrival date. Booking activities online can now be booked up to midnight the day before your arrival, subject to availability.

If you have not managed to buy your passes prior to arrival, don't worry as activities will be available to book when you arrive on park, subject to availability on a first come, first served basis.

Please note

* Subject to a moderate extra charge
┴ Height and/or age restrictions may apply
▲ During very busy periods for reasons of safety, we may need to restrict access to the pool and operate a 'one in, one out' system.