We have out together some of the top activities and best things to do with the on the Costa Blanca. Find
the best family-friendly places and how to keep the children entertained on your holiday on the Costa Blanca
Aquopolis Torrevieja WaterPark is open from June to mid-September, featuring slides, swimming pools
for all ages, picnic and relaxation areas. If you are looking for a fun family day out on your
holidays, you will find it in this waterpark.
At Aquopolis Torrevieja you will find the best fun, from adrenaline moments with its amazing water
attractions to relaxing moments in the Jacuzzi and VIP area.
Aqualandia Water Park
Aqualandia is a water park, located in Benidorm in the Costa Blanca, Spain. It is twinned with the
marine animal park Mundomar, which is immediately next door to Aqualandia, and shares the same free
car park. Water is sourced directly from the sea.
Platja d'Aro Adventure Park and Pals Adventure Park
Platja d'Aro Adventure Park and Pals Adventure Park are located in Costa Brava. Two parks adapted to
all ages; you can choose the multi-adventure experience you prefer. There are over 200 adventure
activities. In our parks you will find zip lines, suspension bridges, vacuum jumps, climbing walls,
stairs, swings and many other activities to enjoy with family and friends.
Mundomar is a marine animal park located in Benidorm, in Costa Blanca, Spain. It is twinned with the
water park Aqualandia, which is directly adjacent to it, and shares the same car park. There is a
viewing area at the top of Mundomar next to the Dolphinarium, which gives a view of the majority of
Enjoy a wild and natural experience in spectacular surroundings, located at 1000 meters of altitude
and covering an area of 1.500.000 m2, the Safari Aitana is a reservation for wild animals from five
In the Safari you will be able to observe numerous animals in their day to day life!
Visit a Submarine - Delfin S-61
The Delfin S-61 was the Spanish Armada’s first submarine which is now a floating museum in Torrevieja
harbour. It’s quite claustrophobic and is amazing to think that sailors actually worked on board the
submarine as it patrolled the oceans.
Santa Bárbara Castle
Santa Bárbara Castle is a fortification in the centre of Alicante, Spain. It stands on Mount
Benacantil, 166 m. Bronze Age, Iberian, and Roman artefacts have been found on the slopes of the
mountain, but the origins of the castle date to the 9th century at the time of Muslim control of the
Iberian Peninsula, from 711 till 1296.
From the 18th century the military role of the castle has declined and it was used sometimes as a
prison. The castle remained abandoned until 1963, when it was opened to the public. Lifts have been
installed inside. There are some guided tours and refreshments plus other amenities near the summit.
Parasailing in Jávea
Fly over the Costa Blanca, imagine touching the sky from the. Activity subject to weather conditions.
There is no age limitation, children can also practice this activity.
Go Snorkelling in Costa Blanca
Experience the stunningly underwater world all by yourself or book a guided tour. Swim with the fish,
spot sea stars and enjoy the sunshine and the crystal-clear sea along the Costa Blanca coast.
Games for Thrones Tour – Girona
Visit season six filming sites in Girona. Much of the city's Old Town was transformed into the
streets and landmarks of King's Landing and Braavos, two fictional towns from the HBO hit series.
Go Scuba Diving
Cala Culip, in the coves of Cap de Creus, is one of the best beaches for marvelling at shipwrecks.
While the Medes Islands, off Estartit, are known for their caves and wealth of coral. Costa Brava has
a range of excellent PADI diving schools.
The Costa Blanca or ‘White Coast’ is famous for its white sandy beaches of white sand, with a
selection of pretty little coves and bays. We have put together a few of the top beaches on the Costa
Playa La Granadella in Jávea
The Playa La Granadella is a perfect horseshoe-shaped bay near the delightful resort of Jávea. The
intense blue water, dramatic cliffs and Mediterranean pines make it one of the most beautiful on the
Costa Blanca. There is a beach bar and a few nearby restaurants, and the bay is famous for
snorkelling, thanks to its seagrass beds.
Playa El Altet in Alicante
Playa El Altet is backed by protected dunes and is accessed by a wooden boardwalk. It is located
about 10 kilometres south of Alicante, near the small town of El Altet. There are no facilities here,
so pack up a picnic and make sure you bring plenty of water, sunscreen and a parasol, but you can
expect blissful peace and quiet, and wonderfully clear water.
Playa de Levante de Benidorm in Benidorm
Benidorm is the capital of the Costa Blanca and boasts two of the finest sandy beaches on the whole
Mediterranean coast. Younger kids will enjoy the play areas on the beach, while older kids who are
more confident swimmers can have fun on the diving boards and wet playground out in the sea.
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Alternative beaches along the coast are Playa Racó de l’Albir de Alfaz del Pi and Playa La Roda de
Altea in Altea, Playa Les Marinesin Denia, Playa de La Fossa de Calpe in Calpe, Playa La Caleta de
Villajoyosa in Villajoyosa, Playa de Tabarca and Playa San Juan in Alicante.