Choosing somewhere to go on holiday with children in Spain can often be quite tricky because you want to find a destination that has everything. This is why we’ve made a list of the four top destinations to ensure that your getaway with the smallest members of the family is an unforgettable adventure and you don’t have to wait for the summer to relax. Plan your getaway this Easter!
If you still haven’t made plans and you want to escape from the routine, Barcelona is a good choice. Taking advantage of the good weather with the advent of spring, you’ll be able to enjoy this wonderful city, which as well as being cosmopolitan is also packed with history.
You’ll have an unforgettable experience with your group of friends, family or partner, trying out activities like flying in a hot air balloon. And if you’re going with kids, be sure to visit the aquarium, which is one of the largest in the world.
Madrid is a city with an unbeatable personality and you’ll be able to get more out if it at Easter when there’s less congestion on the roads. Here you have a unique cultural experience in store, with museums, art, monuments, impressive views and the best shows in the capital such as the Casa Encendida, which extends its programme of events at Easter to give a showcase to new artists.
And for the youngest members of the family a visit to Madrid Zoo Aquarium is a must: you’ll get to know the spectacular diversity of species from all five continents, so it’s likely to be as educational as it is entertaining.
Benidorm is one of Spain’s most-visited cities, due to the fact it has an agreeable climate almost all year round. From its beaches it’s easy to spot people waterskiing, paragliding and jet skiing offshore. There are also plenty of entertainments and shows for the youngest members of the family.
The beaches are Benidorm’s greatest attraction. These include Malpa, Finestral and Callosa den Sarria, where you should be sure to visit Fuentes de Algar for the beauty of the landscape and the culinary variety on offer.
The island of Mallorca is the most complete destination for your holidays with kids at Easter. You can’t imagine everything it holds in store for you! You can start with an irresistible gastronomic tour and finish with a cruise. We recommend that you begin with a ride on the tour bus, which has a boat trip and entry to Bellver castle included all on one ticket!
The views are utterly relaxing and you can also get to know the city’s historic old town. If you’re an art lover, you’ll need days to visit all the museums on Mallorca; these include the Museu Modernist, the Museu Sa Bassa Blanca and others. You’ll be able to do a host of open-air activities such as walking in groups, excursions, cliff-jumping in the Sierra Tramontana, etc.
You’ll be able to savour nature and its idyllic Majorca beaches such as Cala Mesquida, Playa de Muro and Puerto Alcudia, but above all you’ll be able to spend a peaceful time on the shore with your children.
And whether or not you’re a Catholic it’s worth going to see one of theb Sierra Tramontana rocessions; although the majority are held in Palma there are also various events in which you can take part.
And as if that were not enough you’ll find lookout points with stunning views, where you’ll be able to take photos in iconic and emblematic locations. If you still don’t know where to stay, Hotels VIVA is a safe and comfortable option, with all-inclusive offers for families. You’ll find everything you need here, including things you never dreamed of.
We hope our tips have proved useful and you have a stupendous Easter holiday.
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