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Which part of Spain is best for kids? 

Best places i Spain for children
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Spain is a diverse and beautiful country with so much to see and do, and holidays here are a great way to bring the family together and create some special memories. If you’re planning a trip to Spain with your kids, you might be wondering which places are the best to visit. Here are our top three picks for the best spots when travelling with the little ones.

Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol is the perfect destination for a family holiday. With its stunning beaches, lively towns and abundance of activities, there is something to keep everyone happy. With almost 100 miles of coastline, Costa del Sol has no shortage of beautiful beaches. Many of them offer all the amenities you’d expect from a child-friendly beach, such as lifeguards, playgrounds and restaurants, making them the perfect place to spend a day with the family.

If you can drag the little ones away from the sand and sea for an afternoon, take a ride on the ferris wheel at Tivoli World. This amusement park in Benalmádena is packed with family-friendly activities, including rides, shows and all the fun of the fair.


Marbella is a beautiful coastal city in southern Spain that has long been on the radar of international tourists. Whilst it’s popular amongst a particular demographic for its buzzing nightlife, there is also a quieter side to Marbella that’s perfect for exploring with the little ones. 

The foodies in the family will be spoiled for choice with the abundance of delicious Spanish cuisine on offer. What better way to immerse yourself in the local culture than through a 

cooking class, suited for children aged six and over? If you’re seeking some adventure, take your mini adrenaline junkies to Aventura Amazonia – Andalusia’s largest adventure park – with 20 zip lines across its six fun-filled circuits.


Whilst the older members of your travelling party may associate this famous city with stunning architecture and fascinating culture, the kids will likely be more interested in the beautiful beaches and family-friendly activities. Barceloneta is the most popular beach in the city, and is always a great option. But if you’re looking for a quieter sandy stretch to explore, then head away from the city centre to Bogatell Beach. 

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Kids of all ages are sure to fall in love with L’Aquarium de Barcelona – the biggest Mediterranean-themed aquarium in Europe. And of course, no trip to Barcelona is complete without a stop at one of the city’s famous ice cream shops!


Spain is a wonderful country to explore with your family. With so many different places to visit, it can be hard to choose where to go. Our top three picks for the best places to visit in Spain with kids are Costa del Sol, Marbella and Barcelona, but you will find plenty to do in many other parts of the country. Each region has something unique to offer families, from world-class museums and activities to traditional Spanish cuisine. No matter where you go in Spain, you’re sure to have a memorable vacation with your kids.

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