Given our location and climate the area has a great variety of activities to enjoy. After sending groups and teams to many of them we now have a good understanding of what works best.
The Spanish version of “Go Ape” is based in Marbella and is a hugely popular option for groups. The park features different levels of difficulty and activities and is suitable for all ages. The Amazonia team are multilingual, and each session begins with a comprehensive safety briefing. If you are up for it the park will not disappoint and the combination of climbing, zip line, Tarzan slide and the famous monkey jump get the adrenaline pumping.
The park is open year-round, and the circuit takes three hours and cost is 22 euros per person.
On the way to or from Amazonia we are sure you will enjoy a stop at the world-famous Puerto Banus to check out the yachts, supercars and the millionaire lifestyle.
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Cable Car Gibraltar
The best way to see Gibraltar and North Africa is by taking the cable car to the top of the Rock. The nature reserve is also home to the famous Barbary apes. The views are truly spectacular, and the cable car ride is worth the visit. You can then stroll back through Main Street and soak up the unique atmosphere and history of Gibraltar.
The trip is by bus from the border to the cable car station and then walking back though town. The cost is 24 euros per person.
We can also recommend ten pin bowling at the nearby commercial centre and from May to September there are several aqua parks that offer a great day out.
Paddle Boarding in Gibraltar
Gibraltar is a great place to paddle board. The base at the beautiful Sandy Bay has great views out to the Mediterranean Sea and the strait and back to the amazing Rock. Activities are supervised by instructors and you can enjoy single boards or, for the more adventurous, 8-person giant paddle boards. The bay is sheltered with calm waters and has the Kokonut beach bar to chill out in after paddling.
Centro Náutico de Sotogrande Watersports
Centro Náutico de Sotogrande Watersports, located close to the mouth of the River Guadiaro near the port of Sotogrande, provides sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and paddle boarding equipment and instruction.
Bahía Aqua Park
Located 20 minutes from our accommodation options, Bahía Park is a great summer day out. The park has and area of 45,000 square metres with 3,000 meters of water. Attractions include Gran Niagara, Snake Hole, Water Race, Kamikaze, Wild River, Zig-Zag and many more. In addition, you cab navigate the white waters of the Jurassic River surrounded by dinosaurs!
The park is fully supervised by lifeguards and has plenty of food and drink outlets. Bahía Park is also home to Andalucía’s biggest jacuzzi. It is definitely worth a visit.
The park is open from June to October and cost per person is 24 euros.
SotoPaintball, located near the port of Sotogrande, is a paintball field offering three arenas for games of capture the flag, fortress, jungle and speedball. Markers, paintballs, paint grenades and all protective gear are supplied to all participants and referees oversee each match ensuring everyone has a safe fun filled day.
Based in a small commercial centre the team at Bowling Bahia have 10 lanes for bowling, a laser quest arena, and a climbing wall. The centre has plenty of food and bar options from pizza to Burger King and our favourite, 100 Monteditos! Bowling costs 6€ per person.