Parque De La Paloma

  • Address: Av. Federico García Lorca, 13, 29631 Arroyo de La Miel, Málaga, Spain, Benalmádena
  • Phone: +34-952569100
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest

Parque de la Paloma, also called the Paloma park is situated in the heart of Benalmadena Costa. One of the very few parks in Spain, this park was inaugurated in 1995. Paloma park is quite famous among the children with its zoo area that houses rabbits, peacocks, goats, emus, donkeys and many other animals. There are several lakes within the park with many swans, ducks and turtles.

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  • Parque De La Paloma Address: Av. Federico García Lorca, 13, 29631 Arroyo de La Miel, Málaga, Spain, Benalmádena
  • Parque De La Paloma Contact Number: +34-952569100
  • Parque De La Paloma Price: Free
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  • Pretty park, good amenities. Birds are enthusiastic and most peck the food off your hand if you offer them. Even some bunnies are brave enough to be fed. Kiosk in the middle sells animal feed. Free toilets in every corner. Well worth a visit.

  • Loved this public park, like no other. Very tropical and clean and neat. Lots of chickens and cockerals roaming freely and my 2 year old grandson love it. Several play areas and 3 or 4 cafes. The cafe we chose to stop at was shaded with tropical trees, so welcome in the heat. Only negative, the service was the slowest we have ever come across anywhere! A lovely big lake with ducks and coots swimming. Clear water with fish and turtles. We didn't see it all as it was too hot to keep walking but apparently there are peacocks there too. Would go back but it would have to be a bit cooler (We went in August).

  • Very good park. Nice facilities. Great for kids and adults. A pleasant place to spend a few hours. Make sure you check out the cactus garden.

  • Great park for walks or admiring the scenery. There are lots of animals to see which are just wandering around. Beautiful lake where you can watch fish and turtles swimming. For kids there is a play park and there are various places to have food. Great place for a relaxing day out in the sun

  • love this park! a lovely way to walk from Arroyo town to the beach (and helps on the way up too). there is a bar to the edge near the concert hall, its okay but very poorly organised, plenty of staff but one doesn't know what the other is doing! hence one star down.... the park is full of wildlife (including for some reason a fiberglass zebra of all things lol xx), beautiful lake, just a pleasant piece of green in a sun-drenched place.

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