Local Days Out

Science in the Open Air

The Parque de las Ciencias (Science Museum) in Granada has over 270 interactive activities spread out among two exhibition buildings and other areas such as the Planetarium, the Tropical Butterfly House, the Observation Tower or the Astronomy Garden. They all help you to discover and understand certain scientific principles and phenomena. It is an ideal place to take the children for fun and learning day out.  Image

Tivoli World

Image You'll find a lot of good reasons to visit Tivoli World, having the experience to enjoy a fantastic day in a unique spot on the Costa del Sol. A world of magic and a visit the whole family will enjoy. You'll enjoy the new exciting rides and a lot of shows at the different squares, tasting all the gastronomic options in our thematic bars and restaurants, while you enjoy the parks magnify atmosphere.

Crocodile Park

Image Situated in Torremolinos, the heart of the Costal del Sol. In Crocodile Park you will find yourself in front of prehistoric monsters which have miraculously survived 200 million years of evolution - carnivores which knew the dinosaurs and use the distance of less than 2 metres, you can wonder at the gigantic crocodiles by silently walking beside them, observing the secrets of one of the most fascinating creatures of our world.

Sea Life

Image Benalmadena's Sea Life Centre is the first interactive underwater park in Costa del Sol, which takes you on an amazing walk along bottom of the sea. Enjoy an unforgettable experience for the whole family as you explore the wonderful sea creatures of the marine world at Sea Life,  Benalmadena.  Discover the kingdom of the seahorses and enjoy our colourful tropical fish. Enjoy the biggest collection of sharks in Europe and come face to face with more than 20 species of sharks from around the world.

Nerja Caves

Image One of the most famous attractions in Spain must be the Nerja Caves. The Cueva De Nerja is regarded as one of the most historic monuments of the world, with archeological remains dating back to the Paleolithic Age (about 20,000 years ago). One of the enormous natural caverns has been transformed into a concert hall where many performances are staged. The cave centre is very well organised and able to cope with the huge amount of visitors it receives each year, including the regular coach trips. You will find an informative visitors centre, a restaurant and bar, gift shop and well organised parking. There is also a play area for children.

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