Easter Egg Hunt at Arboretum Marbella 4th April

Easter Egg Hunt at Arboretum Marbella 4th April

Easter Egg Hunt at Arboretum Marbella 4th April

Charity Arboretum Marbella will be holding an Easter Egg Hunt at their beautiful public park on Wednesday 4th April.


From 3pm families are invited to Arboretum and will be given a tour around this stunning green space filled with plants, trees and vegetables native to the Malaga region. Then teams will be given clues on where the eggs are hidden and the race is on to find all the eggs. The first team to get back to the start having found all the eggs will be the winner!

Following the Easter Egg Hunt kids will learn the planting technique Nendo Dango, which is a simple effective and fun reforestation method. This is a great way to help Arboretum create their people’s forest, spend time together in the great outdoors and explore this beautiful plot of land just outside central Marbella. The event ends at 18.00 and is free to attend.

Places are limited, please email info@arboretummarbella.org to reserve your place. To find out more about Arboretum and to get involved visit www.arboretummarbella.org

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