We have compiled a fairly comprehensive list of summer clubs and camps around the Costa del Sol area for the 2014 holidays. Visit the link for the pdf list HERE

Welcome to Round About Spain Directory for families and children on the Costa del Sol

RoundaboutSpain.com is the only online resource directory on the Costa del Sol, Spain designed specifically for families with babies, toddlers, young or teenage children living on, or visiting the Costa del Sol. Our online directory includes a comprehensive listing of 'things to do' and 'places to go' across the Costa del Sol and Andalucía in Southern Spain, including Malaga, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella, Estepona, Gibraltar, Seville, Granada and many other places. Read more

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simply shuttles new SIMPLY – SHUTTLES

Listed in: Airport Transfers/Taxis, Travel

Simply-Shuttles is a specialist airport transfer company on the Costa del Sol. Their luxury modern air conditioned vehicles and professional, licenced English speaking drivers will ensure that your arrival and holiday is as smooth and hassle free as possible. With a new fleet of cars, minibuses and coaches they can offer a wide range of transfer services for families and groups of all sizes at competitive prices with no hidden charges, 24 hours a day, 7 days …… More information


Listed in: Family Services, Parties & Entertainment, Photography/Modelling, Services/Supplies

Imagen-Estilo is a simple idea combining the skills of both the photographer and make-up artist into one friendly package and providing wedding and portrait photography. Based in Malaga, Dave and Sonia are a photographer/make-up artist duo that want to take stress out of your big event by providing your all-in-one ‘image’ package. Weddings, christenings, communion or confirmation, a birthday or family party, they do it all.  There is even the chance to have a complete …… More information


Listed in: Outdoor Fun, Parks/Gardens

The spectacular Alameda Botanic Gardens were first opened to the public in 1816. There is an extensive and beautiful collection of plants and trees. Most of the plants on display are of native origin whilst others have been imported. There is a small wildlife park located within the actual gardens. Admission is free and they are open from 8am to 9pm or sunset. There is also a play area for the kids. LOCATION: The Alameda, Red …… More information