Attractions - Orlando Parks

Theme Parks

Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World is undoubtedly one of Florida's biggest tourist attractions, and it's easy to see why: the four theme parks offer different types of entertainment to all the family, and the additional two water parks add a whole new element to the choices on offer. With all of our villas within minutes of the parks, you could buy a ticket to the parks for up to 21 days, with their 21 Day Ultimate Ticket, and pop from park to park whenever you want without having to spend half the day traveling there!

The Magic Kingdom

Disney's Magic Kingdom is perhaps the most famous of all Disney parks, where children and adults alike can interact with their favourite characters, watch the brilliant shows of dances, comedy shows and 3D extravaganzas, ending the day out under the spectacular evening fireworks.


Interactive technological park Epcot will blow your mind as you discover and explore the world of science and culture, including two levels of astronaut training with "Mission: SPACE", and racing track thrill-seeking to get your pulse going with "Test-track"! At night, fireworks fill the skies.

Hollywood Studios

Take a trip with a twist as you plummet 13-storeys at the Hollywood Hotel in the Hollywood Studios Park, living life as a star on the edge. A stretch-limo rollercoaster is just one of the bizarre and innovative attractions of this park.

The Animal Kingdom

When your nerves can't take another rip-roaring ride, why not cross into the Animal Kingdom and relax on safari " beware of the animals! " or catch a show with a musical rendition of the popular Finding Nemo.

With Grand Villas Formosa

Your villa is never too far away, so taking a break from the action is easy, and multi-day tickets to attractions mean that you can go back as many times as you like - often for a reduced rate. Each theme park introduced here offers its own unique experience, so no matter what your definition of a perfect theme park is, you can be sure to find a choice for you in Florida.

Water Parks

Water parks Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach are also part of the Disney family, but if you'd rather edge out of Cinderella's world, why not try out Wet 'n Wild, part of Universal Studio's parks, who are also nearby. Children will enjoy an incredible aquatic experience in the Kids Park, whilst thrill seekers can work their way up to the almost vertical Bomb Bay slide.

SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove

Kissimmee is also home to SeaWorld Orlando, with the live dolphin and killer whale events boasting particular popularity with children - alternatively, why not go to Discovery Cove and join them! SeaWorld is the home to the mysterious Journey to Atlantis ride, where unsuspecting travelers explore the lost city of Atlantis on a nerve-fraying water-coaster as you race through the lush paradise and plunge into the watery depths on a combination of rollercoaster and water ride. In another groundbreaking ride, passengers in a jet helicopter simulator blast into an Arctic storm, complete with icy jets whipping by, to emerge in a frozen wonderland of ice and Arctic animals.

Universal Studios and the Islands of Adventure

Now dry yourself off and explore the Islands of Adventure, Universal Studios™ theme park, featuring heart-stopping rollercoasters, river rapids and futuristic 3D attractions. The main Universal Studios is also open for play, where you can be your very own TV or film personality, going behind the scenes of your favourite shows. An incredible 4-D cinema right in the Production Central area of the studios allows you to actually feel the movie action from the comfort of your seat, showing family favourite Shrek.