4 Ways to Enjoy the Waters in Fuengirola

If you are in the province of Malaga, you have to visit the leading tourist center –
Fuengirola. It is nestled in Andalusia, south of Spain. Many tourists consider the town
because it boasts of beaches and Moorish fortress. The town has this subtropical
Mediterranean climate, which is perfect for those who love the beach and want water park Fuengirola.

If you do not know, Fuengirola has three Blue Flag resorts. Blue Flag is a certification given
by the FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education). It certifies that a beach operator
meets strict standards for quality, safety, and general environmental management. It is
certainly a prestigious award. If you want to relax, you can simply consider swimming,
eating or cycling. Aside from relaxing, you can consider different ways to enjoy the waters
in Fuengirola. Here are some activities that you will find pleasurable with the family:

Waterslides

If you want to experience the tallest waterslide in Europe, you have to head to Aqualand
Torremolinos Water Park. The water park is the oldest and largest water park in Malaga
province. It is actually thirty minutes away from Fuengirola. The water park boasts ten
slides for adults and fifteen slides for children. The best part is there are garden areas in
between the water areas and pools. The tallest waterslide is called Kamikaze. It is 22-
meters high and it is perfect for daredevils. There are many restaurants that you can
choose from but you can bring your own food if you plan on having a picnic.
If you want a less crowded water park, you can head to Parque Acuatico Mijas Water Park.
This park is ideal for families with small children. It boasts of five waterslides, mini golf,
climbing wall and jacuzzi. Apart from these, the park also features a restaurant, kiosk, and
café. You can also bring your own food if you plan on having a picnic. If you book online,
you can get discounts. The best part is you get a 30% discount if you arrive after 15:30.

Parasailing

If you are looking for a different kind of rush, you have to try parasailing. Parasailing is
completely safe, as you will be securely tethered to a boat. Parasailing involves flying off
but supported by a parachute. The flight will last about ten minutes and up to six people
can share the ride together. Seeing the Mediterranean Sea below, what more can you ask
for? In addition to parasailing, you can also consider water skiing.

Floating obstacle course

If you want to experience a floating obstacle course, you should head to Costa Water Park.
The park is about 70 meters from the shore and floats above deep water. Kids need to be
strong swimmers to get to the floating obstacle course. To date, there are three obstacle
courses. Expect to jump, climb, crawl, slide and slip around the obstacle courses.

Dolphin watching

There are different marine-based activities like dolphin watching and boat tour. If you want
to witness the views of the sea and the coast, you need to take the ferry to Puerto Marina.
The trip takes an hour. If you are lucky, you can see dolphins along the way. You can take
dogs along with you.