- Mundo Manía
- Torremolinos Aqualand
- Marbella Segway Tours
- Climbing La Concha
- Food Room
- Aventura Amazonia
- Bioparc Fuengirola Zoo
Top 7 Things To Do with Kids in MarbellaMarbella · 7 Items · Fay Wallis · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Marbella Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Top 7 Things To Do with Kids in Marbella'.
Keeping the children happy on holiday is often the deciding factor between what makes for a successful week away or one that finishes needing you to take another holiday to recover! Marbella offers many an adventure for youngsters to complement those days on the beach with bucket and spade in hand which whilst it may occupy them for most of the holiday does often need to be broken up with some other activities and fun times. Here we highlight a few of our family favourites however if you head over to the Kids Stuff section in Discover Marbella section you will see even more inspiration.
Mundo Manía is the Costa del Sol’s leading play and party centre for toddlers, youngsters, teens, mums, dads and even grandparents! They have a fantastic assortment of leisure and play facilities, indoors and outdoors, offering hours of fun for all the family in a safe, and friendly environment. Mundo Manía was created to fill the need for a place on the western Costa de More info
Aqualand is the largest water park on the Costa del Sol and is located just ten minutes from the centre of Torremolinos. This aquapark has all the usual death slides - including park favourites including Boomerang, Kamikaze (the highest in Europe at 22m high) and The Black Hole - rapids, a mini park for the kids, a surf beach with a wave machine, a tropical lagoon with calm water and a Jacuzzi. T More info
The Marbella Segway Tours can be described in four words; Simple, Addictive, Intuitive and Fun! They are a great alternative to your more standard sightseeing tours and a fun way to see the Golden Mile between Marbella and Puerto Banus. The cost of the tour including training is from 25€ per person. Read what everyone else says about these tours on Trip Advisor, you'll see that the More info
La Concha, the large mountain that overlooks Marbella and the surrounding area, has been climbed by many over the years so we've put together some information to let you know how you can do it too. Firstly, you need to make your way to what we call base camp, the Refugio de Juanar Hotel just 10 minutes from Marbella up the road to Ójen. There are great picnic spot areas all around here More info
Food Room is a Cooking School suited to adults and kids that are looking to develop their knowledge and understanding of gastronomy. Whilst Spanish Gastronomy leads the show they also offer courses, classes and workshops in flavours from around the world. Food Room offers both private cooking classes and courses which are designed for food lovers. Their training sessions can be delivered More info
Adventura Amazonia is a new concept in entertainment and adventure in Marbella offering a great amount of fun in the safest environment. Ideal for large groups to have fun either as a corporate event or perhaps as a stag and hen party activity or for a family to have a great day out altogether. To make a booking just email from this page. The made to measure, open air park has five course More info
Bioparc Fuengirola has been around for a while. Originally built as a Zoo in the 1970's, it was not a pleasant place for the animals. In 1998, Rain Forest took over the zoo and set out to completely redesign and expand the zoo aiming to create the latest “full-immersion zoo” concept recreating the tropical forests of Madagascar, Equatorial Africa and Southeast Asia. The new Fuengirola Zoo was More info
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