In conformity with the establishment by Royal Decree 1316/2001 modified by the Royal
Decree 1340/2007 on the 11th October, to prove the status of residency they will
need to provide:
National Identity Document and for Spaniards under 14 years´ old who do not have
this document, a certificate from the Town Hall where they reside.
For the citizens of the Member States of the European Union or other states agreed
by the European Economic Area or Switzerland, the accredited document should be
the Registration Certificate issued by the Central Registry for Foreigners, which
in all cases must be accompanied by their National Identity Document or valid Passport.
If the National Identity Document does not show the current address which gives
the right to the discount, a certificate issued by the Town Hall where the interested
parties have their residence must also be presented. In all cases the document authorized
by the Town Hall must be valid for 6 months from the date of issue.
These documents will only be accepted as Residency documents if the information
is current, especially the home address is correct, thereby giving them the right
to the discount.
Presentation of these documents is understood to be the responsibility of the beneficiary
and that everything is correct and up to date.
In the case where the client is not able to present a valid document proving their
residency, they will not be allowed to enter the Park and will have to pay the normal
price, without the Residents’ discount.