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Spanish trip with 2 year old?

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Whathefisgoingon · 11/02/2022 08:49

Anyone have any recommendations on good places to go for 5/6 days with DP and our just turned 2 year old?

We haven’t been away since covid hit and we want something relaxing but fun for the toddler also.

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maddy68 · 11/02/2022 09:32

Sitges is beautiful nice town to wander around , lovely beaches not your typical Spanish "resort" so you won't find all inclusive there so if that's what you would prefer fp a little further up the coast to Blane's , calella etc

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wispalove · 11/02/2022 09:44

We went to Almeria a few years ago. Loads of the hotels have slides etc suitable for smaller kids, play parks on the beach and soft play areas. Also been to Menorca and nearly all the restaurants had play areas for kids and nice Sandy coves suitable for sandcastles and going into the sea.

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Fivemoreminutes1 · 11/02/2022 14:15

We took our toddler to Palma de Mallorca. There were lots of green spaces and parks to keep her entertained in between visiting the sights and wandering the Old Town streets. Also lots of pedestrianised areas.
She particularly enjoyed the Palma to Soller train ride and the aquarium. One of our favourite spots was Parc del Mar (complete with large playground) which is right next to the cathedral and across from the seafront, where dd could watch the horse and carriages which set off from outside the cathedral.

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Bramshott · 11/02/2022 14:16

We went to Andalucia when DD1 was a toddler (admittedly some years ago now). It was a great holiday but we found eating out quite challenging as nothing was open at the time she was hungry!

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Justkeeppedaling · 11/02/2022 14:17

^Same. The Spanish eat late.

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Gowithme · 11/02/2022 14:25

@Fivemoreminutes1

We took our toddler to Palma de Mallorca. There were lots of green spaces and parks to keep her entertained in between visiting the sights and wandering the Old Town streets. Also lots of pedestrianised areas.
She particularly enjoyed the Palma to Soller train ride and the aquarium. One of our favourite spots was Parc del Mar (complete with large playground) which is right next to the cathedral and across from the seafront, where dd could watch the horse and carriages which set off from outside the cathedral.

And from Soller you can then get the tram down to Port De Soller which is lovely beach place. I love Mallorca.
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