Attractions on the Costa Del Sol

Costa del Sol is a must visit place in Spain. It is a popular destination for tourists and holiday makers. The city has so many major attractions, so we’ve taken a look at some of the best of what the area has to offer.

The Aqualand, built on 70,000 square metres of land, is the most famous and largest theme park in the region. It contains a variety of water rides which include the Kamikazi, Niagara, Black hole and Twister. You can see water everywhere and hence a beautiful blue tinge always exists in the water theme park. There are areas called: Jacuzzi, Infant’s Park, Tropical Lagoon and Fast River. Throughout the whole park there are self-service restaurants, Pizzerias and hamburgerias. There is a mini golf course and gift shops to take back home memories. With such modest prices 21 euros for adults and 15 euros for children (at the time of writing), the whole theme park is one hell of a ride.

For nature and safari lovers there is the Selwo Adventure Park. The park covers over 100 hectares of land and houses all the natural free roaming animals in their natural habitats, which has been specially recreated for the park. There are safari rides for a comfortable view of free roaming animals. You can see all kinds of birds of prey and most type of animals. There are a lot of shows with lots of prizes to be won. Camping is also available in the parks grounds. There is a modest entrance price for the Selwo Adventure Park where you will enjoy these activities. This area is particularly ‘a must see’ for all nature lovers.

Crocodiles may not be a favourite for most people, but for those interested, the Crocodile Park in the Costa del Sol is a famous destination. One of the main reasons for this is that the Crocodile Park is home to prehistoric creatures that have survived 200 million years of evolution, which is a wonder in itself. Walking quietly through this area you will observe these creatures of prey, which have been evolving for a millions of years. The Crocodile Park houses 300 different species of crocodiles with one called the Big Daddy, which weighs 600 kilograms, 4.6 metres long and this is the largest crocodile in Europe. A