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With summer truly upon us now, all we want is to cool down and relax - but with the children on school holidays, days of calm and tranquillity are a world away. To keep kids entertained over the coming months there are plenty of fun activities and events on up and down the Costa del Sol, from concerts and festivals to zoos and water parks. In this blog we take a look at some of the best water options where the kids can tear around and go wild whilst you bask in the water and keep cool - which seems like the best possible compromise for all the family.
After successive years of setting new records for tourism, the Costa del Sol had a new high to celebrate this Easter. January 2014 had already produced a new all-time peak of visitors for what is normally quite a slow month, but the year continued as it had started, with hotels, property rentals, restaurants, cafés, shops, entertainment parks and other venues recording the kind of business they haven’t seen for a while.
Marbella has been named as one of the tourist favourites amongst other Spanish destinations including Malaga, Barcelona and Madrid.