Terra Mitica's five areas have rides for one and all. Top of the bill are the adrenaline pumping, gravity defying white-knuckle rides like Magnus Colossus and SynKope. Next come more family oriented experiences such as The Rapids of Argos, and finally there are more gentle rides especially designed for kids which include mini-versions of the thrill-a-minute adult rides.
Rome is dominated by Magnus Colossus, the longest wooden roller coaster in Europe which reaches speeds of 100 kph and has hairpin bends and hair-raising drops. Equally gut-wrenching, The Flight of the Phoenix has a 100kph burst of acceleration during a spectacular 54 m free fall.
Finally the aptly named Inferno – Europe's first ball coaster – will spin you up, down and around at thrill-a-minute velocity.
Ayquesustus is the kiddies version of the Phoenix, which along with Vertigum, Torbellinus,Tentaculus, Serpentinum and Rotundus give the youngsters the opportunity to sample all the fun of the fair at a gentle pace.
The looping roller coaster Tizona is Iberia's main breath-taking attraction with bends, twists, turns and vertical drops guaranteed to turn your knuckles snow white.
The birthplace of the Olympic Games is also home to SynKope, a giant discus spinning at 90 kph at an angle of 120º which produces sensations so incredible that nothing can prepare you for them!
All the family can enjoy splashtastic fun on Triton's Fury a rip roaring river ride with spectacular drops and a sure soaking for its riders. And there's also fun for all ages in The Labyrinth of the Minotaur and
The kids are not forgotten in Greece, which also has Alucinakis, the Magnus Colossus in miniature, Arriarrix and The Icaruses, two rides which provide plenty of amusement at a slower pace.