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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- April 15, 2011
April 15, 2011
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday April 15, 2011
We are still looking to increase our fan base on Facebook, so if you haven´t signed up yet, please go and click LIKE now. It´s another great way to get up-to-date information about events and activities in Marbella. We also have lots of fun interaction there as well, so you´ll at least have a good laugh. Invite your friends to join as well! Every invite and every like is important to us and makes a huge difference. Thank you for all your support! Click here to see our Facebook page.
* English movie listings
These are the listing for movies that are playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Friday April 15th until Thursday April 21st.
Cinema Gran Marbella:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* Nature walks in Andalusia
Marbella Town Hall organizes walks through nature reserves, parks, mountains and other outdoor areas in Andalusia at very reasonable prices called Salidas Abiertas.
This is a great way to discover the nature that exists along the Costa del Sol and Andalusia as well as a wonderful opportunity to meet locals and practice your Spanish. Today´s walk is through La Concha Marbella - intermediate/advanced - 14km - 6 € Click here to read more...
* Easter egg hunt in Coin
Please come along to our Easter Egg Hunt 2011 in Coin on Sunday 17th April at Polideportivo El Naciemiento (near Ciudad Del Cine) Coín from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. Click here to read more...
* Mijas waterpark to open April 18
We recently found out that Mijas waterpark will open their doors for the season on April 18th. Looks like they´re getting ready for the Easter holidays and the weather forecast is probably good. It seems a bit early in the year for the water parks to open, so I would still check again before you head out. Click here to read more...
* Looking for Spanish classes
One of our readers asks: “Does anyone know of any good reasonable priced Spanish classes in the Marbella or East of Marbella areas?”
We would really appreciate it if you could give us any recommendations if you have any. Click here to read more...
* Spanish Au Pair
Another one of our readers asks: “Can anyone recommend where I might find a good Spanish Au Pair for the summer this year and also how much I should expect to pay for one.”
If you have someone to recommend or are looking for an au pair as well, please comment on the page. Our readers will be happy to hear your comments and opinions. Click here to read more...
* Festivals on the Costa del Sol
If you´re in Marbella during a festival or holiday, there is plenty to see and take part in. Take a look at our page on Festivals to see what´s going on while you are here. If there is a feria (fair) nearby, then you can´t afford to miss this opportunity to visit it and immerse yourself in the Spanish culture. Click here to read more...
* Top sights to see in Marbella
If you only have a day to see the sights in Marbella, then follow our Marbella Tour Guide - a list of the top things for you to see and do. Since Marbella is a small town with little traffic, having a vehicle should enable you to see all of Marbella´s main sights in a single day. Although the Costa del Sol has lots of attraction parks for children, we do not recommend you visit them if you have only one day in Marbella as just one amusement park would take a whole day and you would miss out on a more cultural view of Marbella. Click here to read more...
* Easter sport camp
The Multisports Club is holding a kids Easter sport camp everyday from Monday 11th April to Monday 2nd May from 10:00 – 13:00. Get the kids out and about when the weather is great. This camp has the option to “pay and play” so you aren´t stuck in committing to a week of camp. Click here to read more...
* Summer football camps
One of our readers asks: “Visiting San Pedro from 14th to 30th July and my 8 year old son would love to take part in a football summer camp even for a day or two or a week. Any ideas or recommendations for me ?” Take a look to see what we have recommended as well as others. Please add to the list if you have a camp to recommend! Click here to read more...
* Need Sotogrande school uniforms
One of our readers asks: “I have 3 girls about to start Sotogrande school and would love to know if anyone has the following please: Girl's full set Age 6-7 Girl's full set Age 10-11 (for a very tall slim 8 year old!) Girl's full set Age 11-12
Also I would love to introduce my eldest who is going into Year 6 to others in Year 6 as she's very nervous about making friends and so if you are able to and would like to meet up in the holidays that would be fab, thanks! We have just moved to Sotogrande Costa.” Click here to read more...
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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