The coast of Granada was in the Middle Ages a dangerous place where many did not dare to live. The pirates besieged the natives and abducted women and children. For that reason, the Costa Tropical is dotted with fortifications and watchtowers. The castles were partly built to give security to the population. Visit Salobreña Castle, San Miguel Castle in Almuñecar or Carchuna Castle.
Have you ever entered a rock cave with natural columns? So tell your parents to visit this place, ancient garden of a Muslim house with fountains, plant domes, waterfalls, and caves you can discover in this beautiful garden in Velez de Benaudalla.
Hundreds of exotic birds, parrots and macaws hide behind the Loro sexi ornithological park. It is an interesting visit to know its origin and admire its colorful plumage. It is located in Almunecar, 15 minutes drive from Salobreña
The Mediterranean is full of life. You have the opportunity to see it, sailing and looking for the dolphins that pass through our shores in a sailboat or catamaran. The little ones will enjoy it.
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An aquarium of Mediterranean species awaits you. You will pass by a Tunel surrounded by water and you will see sharks passing over your head, located in Almuñecar.
Put on your life jacket and let your parents accompany you in a double kayak. You can become captain of your own ship, stroll along the bay, approach the cliff and enjoy the sea for a few hours. And if you like, you can fish with a rod with the help of an expert monitor.
It is the only wetland area of the Costa de Granada. Its ecological importance lies in the effect of refuge and nesting together with the feeding of a large number of nesting and migrating birds in their transit to Africa.
Do you like horses? Visit one of the equestrian centers of the Costa Tropical. If you like you can learn to ride horses, or learn to care these beautiful animals. Guided walks for beginners or riding lessons are some of the options.