I don't think COVID has hit PortAventura hard to be honest. Don't get me wrong, it's affected nearly every company in the world unless they make sanitiser, but definitely from a Theme Park perspective they've done pretty well. Their handling of COVID regulations has received a lot of praise and they've opened more hotels as the year has progressed where as other resorts have closed theirs and halloween season is returning as many other parks have cancelled their events. On the subject of new attractions, as many parks have cancelled some future attractions or postponed them, PortAventura have announced many new projects with the expansion of Hotel Colorado Creek, a new thill ride, the new additions above and now a planned fourth park for the future. I think out of all the parks I've read about it's one of the only one's ploughing though with a few minor set backs. PortAventura is lucky to be a park which not only attracts visitors from many countries, but also many visitors from Spain, which has meant it hasn't seen a massive loss in guest numbers such as Disneyland. Yes, Caribe Aquatic Park hasn't opened this year although I think that was mostly due to the fact it couldn't open until late July and it would close again in September anyway and opening hours have been reduced but it's still open longer than any other park in Europe so I think they've done pretty well on the whole. @Matt N that wasn't a direct ramble at you, I wanted to say most of it anyway.