Siam Park is one of the best water parks in the world, and definitely the best in Spain. This giant water-slide-heaven is located on the Island of Tenerife, which is part of the Canary Island archipelago, located off the coast of Morocco. The park is located in the city of Adeje, which is located on the southern portion of the island and is considered to be one of the most naturally beautiful spots of Tenerife. The Canary Islands enjoy tropical weather patterns which make it the perfect location for a water park. Few activities are more enjoyable than hitting up
10 Top things to do in Spain with children
Travelling to Spain with your family? In this section we share the best things to do in Spain with children. We have included ideas specially adapted for those travelling to Spain as a “Family traveler”. We aim at including things the children will love, but also the rest of the family!
There is no doubt that most regions of Spain offer a family-friendly destination. There are clear and objective reasons for this: both accommodation and transport facilities are excellent and very convenient, local Spanish gastronomy offers good bites for even the most difficult eaters. Add reasonable prices and an enormous amount of activities and things to do with children, and you will for sure agree that Spain is a top family vacation destination.
Travelling with children in Spain. Important things to bear in mind
Spaniards love children and in Spanish culture, children play a very special role. Grandmothers are known for stopping in the street to ruffle children´s hair more often than the “average grandmother” in Europe. Fair hair is a favorite!
Tapas (in small portions) offer a great opportunity for children´s lunches and dinners and Spain is actually a great destination to get children to try small portions of fish or food in general parents would otherwise not dare to ask for at restaurants.
Bear in mind that smoking is not permitted at bars and restaurants (unless you are on a terrace) so your children will always be able to enjoy a clean atmosphere at restaurants in Spain.
Spaniards eat late. Make sure you brief your children about the need to be flexible with their daily routine.
Spanish restaurants are very flexible and will normally be ready to serve half portions
Despite an increasing number of restaurants provide paper and crayons, bringing yours is not a bad idea
Most restaurants have special chairs for babies
If you travel with teenagers you may want to learn about the drinking age in Spain and details about alcohol consumption at restaurants with parents.