When you read this blog, there’s still time to visit the Costa del Sol town of Fuengirola to enjoy this new offer of Bioparc zoo: All children from 3 to 12 years get an annual pass for free with the purchase of an adult annual pass called “Pase Berde!”. Also this pass for adults is priced exceptionally attractive and for only 30 Euros you can visit the Bioparc as many times as you want. Isn´t that an interesting offer?
But what is Bioparc Fuengirola? In the middle of the city you can find a small urban jungle where live animals and tropical rainforest species, mainly from Asia and Africa. One of the main attractions of the zoo in Fuengirola is enabling visitors to see animals without visual barriers in a recreation of their natural environment, which is called zoo-immersion.
The offer of a child pass by purchasing an adult Berde! Pass is valid until March 3 and saves families directly 29 €. You can enjoy a full year of unforgettable moments among some 130 different species of animals and some emblematic animals such like the Sumatran tiger.
Bioparc Fuengirola is already a reference in the international arena and is a popular leisure spot in the city; a place where people of all ages and especially families go to enjoy nature in a unique setting.
Find out more about this offer in Fuengirola Bioparc box office or the website www.bioparcfuengirola.es.
Opening Hours: Open every day of the year from 10 am. The closing time varies depending on the time of year.
Prices: General admission, 17.50 €. Children (3 to 9 years) and over 65 years, 12.10 €. Children under 3 years free. Special rates for groups.
In summer, Bioparc Fuengirola is the only European Zoo to fully open its facilities during July and August until 12 pm; a unique opportunity to stroll through tropical forests with special lighting.
How to get to Bioparc Fuengirola
Bioparc Fuengirola is located on Avenida Camilo Jose Cela, 6-8. 29640 Fuengirola, Malaga, a few minutes’ walk to the nearby suburban train station and bus station of Fuengirola. On the Mediterranean motorway A-7, take exit 208.
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