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Valentine’s Day with Kids in Spain

Valentine's Day Mundo Mania

Valentine’s Day with Kids in Spain

Valentine’s Day with kids can be depressing! Let’s face it, as a parent it’s very hard to find time alone with your partner at all, let alone for a date night on the most romantic night of the year. Of course you could get a babysitter, but that can be expensive and stressful, so what are your options?

We are delighted to see that Mundo Mania in Cancelada have identified this problem and created a family friendly event for Valentine’s Day this year. This play centre in between Estepona and Marbella has a huge playframe for the kids, as well as pool tables, air hockey and Footpool for the older ones. It also has an excellent restaurant, with nice comfortable sofas and a great menu, so the parents can enjoy a good meal or a few drinks while the kids have fun.

As they know that having five minutes to yourself can be hard, they have organised a bunch of great activities to keep the kids busy, including face painting, craft activities and games, in addition to the play frame.

They have two great set menus that night, including prawn cocktail, sole meuniere, mushroom risotto with truffle oil and entrecote tagliata with asparagus – yum! By spending Valentine’s at Mundo Mania, you can eat a delicious meal and actually speak to each other for a change, without the kids hanging off you – I love the idea!

Other ideas for Valentine’s Day with kids is to have a picnic on the beach after school (if the weather is kind), go for a lovely walk together, or go to a family friendly restaurant. There are also some great playgrounds, especially in Marbella which have bars, so at the very least you can share a drink and hang out while the kids play. If you’d rather stay in, why not cook a special meal all together and get the kids involved. You can decorate the table, make cards and do some cooking and hope they are on their best behaviour 🙂 Let us know if you have any other great ideas!

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