Youth Nights

by Olivia
(Malaga)

Hello,

My daughter has heard that Dreamers Club does a night for children aged from 13-16. Know as 'youth night'. I've tried everywhere to get information about this, but i have found nothing. Is there still nights like this for younger children? And if not is there any other club like this that is safe and fun for her and her friends?
Many thanks!

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Jul 04, 2012
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Kids nightclubs in Marbella
by: Shane

As a mother of teenagers and young adults I would not recommend any teens' clubs in or around Puerto Banus, and certainly not anything connected with Dreamers!

Jul 04, 2012
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Marbella night clubs
by: Tamarin

Ok I'm not a mother but at 26 I can honestly say I would not let even a little sister get involved in that scene. Get her to the stables instead :)

Apr 18, 2012
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Teenage fun on the Costa del Sol
by: Marbella Family

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Apr 18, 2012
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teen nights in Marbella
by: Zora

I have heard of teen nights in Dreamers, but I think it's for older teens. A more popular club for younger teens is Cuve at the port (Puerto Banus). My kids don't go to teen clubs yet, but my 14 year old is on the verge, so I have heard about some of these clubs from other parents.

Set some rules for your kids and explain a little about safety and how to be aware and vigilant. Even though these clubs have designated teen nights and do not serve alcohol I have heard that drugs and alcohol somehow get into the hands of teenagers, so just make your kids aware and understand what rules and boundaries they have.

What a lot of teens do these days is just "hang out" at the port. Many parents drop them of at the Puerto Banus cinema and they hang around McDonalds, shop at Marina Banus, catch a movie and walk around the port. Many teens from all the local international schools hang around here. Puerto Banus isn't that big of an area, so kids shouldn't get lost, however, this is still a public place and there are some deep corners where kids can get into all kinds of trouble. If you don't trust your kids too much, I wouldn't recommend just dropping them off...too much temptation and peer pressure. However, if you believe your kids are sensible, they have a mobile phone so that you can contact them at any time, and you make rules clear (I would recommend they stay in the cinema area and particularly not enter the second line of the port, as well as pick up time before dark) you should be able to let them go out and have some fun. I have let my son hang out for a few hours between 2:00 and 6:00 and so far so good.

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