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Estepona Marbella Spain
  • There is a big car park that is shared with Mercadona and as such we never had any problem parking
  • Inside the play area is very large and adults are only permitted to go in the area with the children the first time that they go to the centre although I don't think that this is a strict policy
  • Overall we would defiantly recommend this centre as a good place to take your kids

    • by Stevelynds
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      When we’re in Spain we like to take Kurt to the soft indoor play area’s like we do when we are in the UK one such place that we take him in Spain is called Kids Kingdom which is based in Estepona. We found out about kids kingdom while reading an education magazine in while we were over in Spain and decide to pay the place a visit while we were in that area.

      Kids Kingdom is located in the same building as Mercadona in Estepona. It opens after four in the afternoon everyday this is because of the heat over in Spain. There is a big car park


      that is shared with Mercadona and as such we never had any problem parking. We arrived just before four o’clock and waited in the plaza in between Mercadona and Kids Kingdom for it to open.

      There were a few other people there waiting as and there was a good mix of both Spanish and English children waiting to go in. Inside the play area is very large and adults are only permitted to go in the area with the children the first time that they go to the centre although I don’t think that this is a strict policy.

      The centre was very clean as was the play area itself.


      • There is a large seating area for everyone to sit in and a café to get drinks and food from. We just had some drinks and the guy bought them over to us. The staff at the centre are all very friendly and there is a mix of English and Spanish staff. All the staff can speak good English and good Spanish.

        The play area seems to be split into two zones one which is a ball zone with plays flying all over the place and the other being the area with the slides and climbing apparatus. There is also always a member of staff walking around in

        both zones making sure the kids are ok and safe. This was very reassuring when we let Kurt loose in there.

        Kurt did enjoying playing in both zones and he did have plenty of fun in there and didn’t want to come away when it was time for us to make a move. The prices too are very reasonable compared to UK prices and they do offer deals that allow you to buy a ticket for the whole year and things like that. We may take up those deals when we move to Spain more permanently. Overall we would defiantly recommend this centre as a good place to take your kids.




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