7 must-see tourist spot in Spain

1 COSTA DEL SOL, Málaga

Warm climate throughout the year, beaches, beautiful white villages and delicious cuisine are some of the many attractions offered by the Costa del Sol in Malaga. If you add to that a good deal of leisure for kids the combination is perfect. The best best attractions for kids in the Costa del Sol are the butterfly of Benalmadena, Aquarium Sealife in Benalmádena, the Bioparc de Fuengirola and Selwo Estepona. Although we have not hosted us there other two good recommendations are Hotel Ipv Palace Fuengirola and Malaga of Holiday World.

2 IBIZA

In the spring of 2014, we went with 2 years Daila and Batiste 2 months to explore Ibiza with another family friend and Sewa Bus Pariwisata. Together we discover (see here) that the island offersmuch more than its famous clubs, in fact we were surprised by his family side. The time that we went (April) was ideal weather allowed us to enjoy its beautiful beacheswhich were still calm as preseason. In addition, it was easy to find accommodationand still reasonably priced. Their villages with charm, beaches of fine sand, clear waters and Mediterranean character make Ibiza an island to explore with children.

We visited the area around Santa Eulària des Riu, a quiet area with a lot of charm. In the area there are enough activities to do with children. You can not miss a visit tothe beautiful Cala Llenya. Accessed to the beach by a wooden footbridge, which rather facilitates operation “exit to the beach with baby carriage”. On the beach you can rent deck chairs and sunshades for a reasonable price. There is a small bar where they sell fish, omelette, snacks, drinks the Beach also has restrooms and shower… come on, all the ingredients for a day dream. We spent a very pleasant morningplaying in the water and resting in a hammock. If you acercáis you a Sunday, you can also visit rake with hippy character which takes place here every week.

If you want to discover a small village with great charm, we recommend a visit to Santa Gertrudis de la Fruitera Ibiza inside. In the pedestrian plaza looks like your pretty white church with a yellow bell. It is an ideal place for children play safely while parents take a coffee. The town has many restaurants, ice cream parlours and storesof children‘s clothing where you surely find a nice souvenir. If you are looking for aneconomical choice to eat, does not fail the Bar coast, famous throughout the islandfor its rich snacks

To savor the hippie side of Ibiza, we recommend a visit to the famous market Las Dalias (Ibiza-Sant Carles of Crimson road). It is open every Saturday of the year from10.00. Here you will find typical Ibizan clothing, but also jewellery, decoration, shoes or antiques. You can have a drink in one of the bars or dine in the restaurant all while listening to the DJ playing music. Access with baby carriage is possible, but it ismore easy to carry backpack baby carrier.

We wanted to enjoy the island at our pace, stay in a quiet place where children could play and have the luxury of a swimming pool. So we rented a house style Ibizan in the North of the island, near Santa Eulària des Riu. There are all the services you may need, from supermarkets to restaurants in Santa Eulària. There is a promenade very nice next to the sea, ideal for a stroll in the evening. If want to bathe you in an urban beach: the beach is accessible.

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3 VALENCIA

About Valencia we could talk for hours, since it is the city where we live for 10years. This Mediterranean city offers many activities and interesting places for traveling families. We recommend especially the spring and autumn for a visit.

Explore Valencia is easy: on foot, by bicycle or with public transport is easily reachable to all sites. Valencia has a historic small but full of history. It is fun to walk the streets on foot and discover gems such as Central market, Lonja, the Cathedral or theSerrano towers with access to one of the best views of the city.

One of the very trendiest neighborhoods and suitable for families is Ruzafa. With fun shops and numerous venues that have a space for children such as Kangaroo green or brown Ubik, a stroll through this district is very nice.

It’s fun to rent a bike and take a stroll through the Jardines del Turia: the old bed of the river become Park, crossing the city from West to East. It is the green lung of Valencia. During the tour you will see that there are many areas where you can have apicnic or simply play. Especially recommended is incredible Parque Gulliver: a playground representing Gulliver who has just arrived at the country of Lilliput and has been tied down by the Lilliputians. (Open from 10.00 to 20.00 Monday to)
Explore Valencia is easy: on foot, by bicycle or with public transport is easily reachable to all sites. Valencia has a historic small but full of history. It is fun to walk the streets on foot and discover gems such as Central market, Lonja, the Cathedral or theSerrano towers with access to one of the best views of the city.
One of the very trendiest neighborhoods and suitable for families is Ruzafa. With fun shops and numerous venues that have a space for children such as Kangaroo green or brown Ubik, a stroll through this district is very nice.
It’s fun to rent a bike and take a stroll through the Jardines del Turia: the old bed of the river become Park, crossing the city from West to East. It is the green lung of Valencia. During the tour you will see that there are many areas where you can have apicnic or simply play. Especially recommended is incredible Parque Gulliver: a playground representing Gulliver who has just arrived at the country of Lilliput and has been tied down by the Lilliputians. (Open from 10.00 to 20.00 from Monday to Sunday. Free entrance).
On the other (West) side of the Turia is the Bioparc: a small zoo that recreates thenatural habitats of the animals. If you like aquatic animals more, we recommend a visit to the Oceanogràfic at the East side of the Park. It is the largest aquarium in Europe with different aquatic environments representing the most important of the seasand oceans of the planet ecosystems. To the side is the city of Arts and Sciences with an IMAX Theater and a very interesting Science Museum for children. A highly recommended bike tour is the city going to the beach, passing through the jardinesdel Turia
If you want to spend a day in the nature, you can get close to the L’Albufera NaturalPark. L’Albufera Lake is one of the largest lakes in Europe, and a site where manyspecies of birds Hibernate. The Park is located only 10 kilometres from Valencia and can be reached by public transport. Long boats leave from the El Palmar people for a ride by the Lake: is one of the favorite activities of many Valencian children. Don’t forget the binoculars. Without leaving the city, the Botanical Garden is a good place to spend a morning among trees.
You can certainly not go away without taste authentic paella and give you a dip in the sea. Valencia eats a good paella (for example asked rice to band) in the restaurant of the hotel Neptuno in the Malvarrosa beach. Another site with much charm, forbreakfast, it is in la Patacona Beach, is called “The most beautiful”. Besides beautiful, has lovely, delicious cakes, area to play, high chairs and a very relaxed atmosphere. If you visit the city in March, then get ready for the Fallas of Valencia with children. This event deserves an article to part.
Renting an apartment may be a good option. If you fancy a hotel, Petit Palace chainhotels have family rooms. In the historic centre is the Dovecote building, just steps from the botanical, the Cathedral, the central market and the silk market. You can find all of our entries on Valencia grouped here.
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4. LA GARROTXA (Girona)
Recommended for which you are looking for the real thing and you want to enjoy with your children. La Garrotxa is one of the Territories most beautiful, green to rage and with most personality in Catalonia. Dotted with beautiful farmhouses of postal and bucolic landscapes this region has a mysterious aura that has remained safe fromthe last constructive maelstrom. A perfect destination in spring and its splendid autumn. In summer here can be chilly, away from the crowds without giving up a break in the Costa Brava that is little more than one hour equal distance to the city of Barcelona.
La Garrotxa is a volcanic territory (super recommended excursions by the Fagedad’ in Jorda or the volcano of Santa Margarida, authentic classics of catalan mountaineering) on which sits beautiful beech forests that make up a Natural Park. Among the most beautiful villages of Catalunya in this region you can charm the very medieval Santa Pau, Besalú (essential here a visit to a store designed for the Gnomes, Contes Savis) Castellfollit of the rock or in the bucolic village of Beget where some real jewels of Romanesque art. It is worth also explore old town dotted with shops with solera of Olot their vibrant capital.
To bathe in rivers, this region is a treasure. Highlights Monteagut ponds located under a bridge of Roman origin as well as those of Sant Aniol and el Brull’s Salt the perfect reward for another classic excursion. In this link you will find plenty of places tobanerte in the region. Its gastronomy (volcanic cooking) makes the of the
If you look for charming and genuinely medieval villages where leave to the imagination you can not miss L’ainsa and Torla and Boltaña. For hiking have tours classic and well–signposted all difficulty levels such as those of the Valle de Añisclo, Pineta Vale,the route of the hermitages (and its Museum of witches in Tella) and of course themegaclasica excursion into the Valley of Ordesa horsetail waterfall.
But there is so much more than what can fit here: If you look for rivers in the summer you will find a lot of points for a great day (we recommend the pozas de San Martín (see photo) in Boltaña.) Janovas is a village in recovery that is worth a visit. In summer you will find you plenty of cultural proposals, concerts and performances. Very close to the Sobrarbe awaits the famous House of the puppets of the puppeteersof Binefar. Practitioners of canoeing and mountain BIKING bicycles have their paradise in this region. Do you think little.? If you still doubt its tasty cuisine of mountainyou will eventually convince.
If you seek a secret magical spot halfway between the Valley of Pineta and Torla isCasa Cuadrau (but please to not exit here). As recommendations of accommodation to go with kids we bring you four treasures: PiedraFita Lodge, Morillo de Tou, apartments Bubal residential city and the Refugio de Bujaruelo with acapada area andcamper. Oh Yeah!
Bordering in the Sobrarbe Tena Valley is to be other region 100% Pyrenean wherethe first and second weeks of August awaits the enchanted forest, can not missyou!
If you look for charming and genuinely medieval villages where leave to the imagination you can not miss L’ Aínsa and Torla and Boltaña. For hiking have tours classicand well-signposted all difficulty levels such as those of the Valle de Añisclo, PinetaVale, the route of the hermitages (and its Museum of witches in Tella) and of course the megaclasica excursion into the Valley of Ordesa horsetail waterfall.
But there is so much more than what can fit here: If you look for rivers in the summer you will find a lot of points for a great day (we recommend the pozas de San Martín (see photo) in Boltaña.) Janovas is a village in recovery that is worth a visit. In summer you will find you plenty of cultural proposals, concerts and performances. Very close to the Sobrarbe awaits the famous House of the puppets of the puppeteersof Binefar. Practitioners of canoeing and mountain BIKING bicycles have their paradise in this region. Do you think little.? If you still doubt its tasty cuisine of mountainyou will eventually convince.
If you seek a secret magical spot halfway between the Valley of Pineta and Torla isCasa Cuadrau (but please to not exit here). As recommendations of accommodation to go with kids we bring you four treasures: PiedraFita Lodge, Morillo de Tou, Bubal apartments residential city and the Refugio de Bujaruelo with acapada area andcamper. Oh Yeah!
Bordering in the Sobrarbe Tena Valley is to be other region 100% Pyrenean wherethe first and second weeks of August awaits the enchanted forest, can not missyou!

Via Sewa Bus Pariwisata

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