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‘Little Fishes’ courses are different from traditional swimming lessons, and are highly structured and carefully designed for babies (from the age of 3 months) and toddlers (to age 3 years). The course runs for a term (10/12 classes) and the lessons for half an hour with very small class sizes, and...

Bouncers Mother, Baby & Toddler Group is a relaxed and friendly group that everyone is welcome to join. For kids aged 0-3 its a chance for your child to start socialising, interacting and playing with other children and for mums to have a coffee & a chat with other mums....

The Nerja caves are one of Spain’s top tourist attractions, and well worth the visit especially if you have kids who are wilting in the summer heat. The caves were re-discovered in modern times in 1959 by five friends, who entered through a narrow sinkhole known as "La Mina". This forms one...

The NMAC Foundation is a unique non-profit institution in Southern Spain: contemporary art in perfect harmony with nature. The Foundation invites artists from all corners of the world to undertake site-specific projects in the form of installations, sculptures, photography, video, performances and architectural projects within nature. They offer environmental workshops...

The Selwo Marina site is compact but well laid out, making it very child-friendly. On show are dolphins, sea lions, penguins, and exotic birds, and there are well presented shows featuring these animals. Visit the web site for opening and show times, as well as prices at the restaurants....

The Benalmádena Cable Car, which holds four people, takes 15 minutes to rise about 800 metres from the coast to the top of Mount Calamorro, where, on a clear day, unique views of Gibraltar, the African Coast and the Sierra Nevada mountain Range can be enjoyed. The cost of the...

Get up close and personal with these prehistoric creatures. You can gaze at the gigantic crocodiles from a distance of less than 2 metres by silently walking beside them, observing the secrets of one of the most fascinating creatures in the world. They also offer organised birthday parties for children. Timetables...