Dragon Khan in Port Aventura (Salou, Catalonia, Spain) is one designed by Stengel GmbH steel roller coaster from the model sitting coaster manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard, opened on 2 May 1995.
With its eight inversions, the web had to 2002, the most inversions in the world, before it was replaced by Colossus at Thorpe Park in 2002. From 1998, she shared the title with " Monte Makaya " in the Brazilian " Terra Encantada " by Intamin.
On the approximately 1269 m long track, passengers go through after the lift hill and first drop eight inversions: a loop, a dive loop, a zero-g roll, a cobra roll, which consists of two inversions, another looping and the Interlocking Corkscrews, which also consist of two inversions.
Dragon Khan has three trains, each with seven cars. In each car four people can (a series ) take place. As restraint system come shoulder strap for use.