The name, L'Ampolla, is owed to the old form of the mouth of the Ebro River, which is a confluence of Mediterranean essence that alternates between flat flood lands with the precipitous coast, mud with rock, olive trees with rice fields, banks with lagoons...
In this town, everything is possible. The sun, land and river create diverse landscapes that the Mediterranean jealously concentrates in the Fangar Bay.
L'Ampolla's beaches are famous due to their variety, which is unique on the Catalan coast: they range from sandy beaches with calm, shallow waters (beaches that are ideal for children) to pebble or sandy beaches surrounded by cliffs with reddish tones.
At PortAventura, the world can be viewed from another perspective: upside down, from the side, soaked in water, fleeing from flames, discovering tropical paradises, or saving dolphins from a submarine.
The park is a true reflection of the world's most symbolic cultures. It has five themed areas that recreate very different worlds and ways of life: Mediterranean, Far West, Mexico, China and Polynesia.