Malaga is often overlooked when it comes to great cities to visit in Spain. Thousands flock to Barcelona, Valencia and Seville for weekend breaks but Malaga doesn’t attract the huge crowds of tourists that these other cities do. On a recent trip to the popular seaside resort of Fuengirola I decided to check out Malaga for myself and see what it has to offer as a city.
If you are enjoying a relaxing stay in your private holiday home on the Costa del Sol but feel like you want a change from soaking up the sun by your private pool then a trip to the famous and impressive Fuengirola Zoo is a must.
If like our family you have saved for the past year for that all important summer holiday and if your looking for culture, relaxation, touring or simply a good time you will find it in Turkey in abundance. The Bodrum Peninsula is well placed for so many activities that you don’t have time to get bored and kids will be kept entertained.
Los Boliches is wonderful part of the Fuengirola coastline on the Costa Del Sol. Whilst it may not have the glamour and glitz of its neighbouring towns of Marbella and Puerto Banus where designer shops, fashion boutiques and silver service dining are the expected norm, it does have a charm and vibrancy that will see you coming back time and time again.
Holidays are often one of the rare spells of quality time that families get to spend together. Memories of trips to the beach, ice creams after dinner and bombing into the pool are what family holidays are all about (and that’s just dad.) However, if you don’t make steps to plan holidays with young kids carefully things may not turn out so rosy so here are a few simple ways of making sure your holiday and travelling with children is a success.