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- Former tropical garden centre transformed into a charming campsite
- Covered swimming pool and on-site bar restaurant
- Barbecues encouraged
Would you like to know why Camping Parque Tropical on the Andalusian coast is called this way ? Well, it's because it's set on a very particular site, a former tropical garden centre blazing with exotic plants and flowers, that's why.
And would you like to know another extremely positive feature about this welcoming Málaga park? Barbecues are positively encouraged. Another...? Its location at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja only five minutes from the nearest beach.
On site, you'll be thrilled with all amenities on offer as the covered swimming pool open all year round (it's now the perfect moment for us to urge you to take a look to the site pics), free wifi and a bar and restaurant. The modern facilities include a mini market and shower/loo blocks powered by solar energy.
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Go and stay there!
What a gem of a site, really lovely and nice clean pool too!
From the manager...
We feel has also found health facilities, every day of the week early disinfected with bleach all comforts and facilities.
Also explain that cleaning not only has to do with the campsite if not with other clients as they have to respect the Intalaciones to good use to all, hubeise been of help to say in reception if something was really dirty to have been solved at the time.
The bins have its cover but by misuse this week tubimos to remove them. This year we improvements around the block services
For us it is very important your opinion.
Thanks for visiting us.
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Motorhome service point
Tourer storage facilities
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Outdoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Follow the A7/E15 towards Cadiz. When you reach 162km (junction) take the exit signposted Selwo and you'll see the campsite.
Bus 27 (Marbella - Estepona) stops 300m away.
The closest train station is Fuengirola (40km).
How much would you like to go and see some jolly and bouncing dolphins? The marine mammals, penguinarium, birds, snakes and guided tours of the Selwo Aventura Dolphinarium are only a kilometre from Camping Parque Tropical.
Paintball, golf, diving and tennis are all within an hour as well as Gibraltar and its Barbary Macaques colony on Gilbraltar Rock, the only wild apes in all of Europe.
Marbella and Málaga are also within an hour's drive: do to the former to spot celebrities, party, walk the ancient city walls and wander around the Old Town and Orange Square; at the ancient and latter town, go visit the Museo Picasso Málaga, Roman Theatre and have a walk along the Paseo del Parque.
Within the same distance, we'd also recommend day trips to the mountaintop city of Ronda (it reminds us of Gondor) and to Puerto Banús, the very swish (and enviable) marina on the southwest of Marbella, highly regarded among posh individuals.