Bulevar San Pedro Alcantara, San Pedro de Alcantara

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TripAdvisor
  • Nice place to relax. Beautiful views. The cradle of bullfighting. Make a trip if you are in Marbella.  more »
  • The boulevard is an excellent space which provides young ones, and older ones too, with lots of things to occupy them. Stroll along experiencing the joy, and the fun to be had. It's a really excellent...  more »
  • Great parks for children. Endless swings and slides. Little coffee shops nearby too. The one at the top had a bouncy castle and large outdoor toys for the children. Free parking along the boulevard. A...  more »
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  • Great for kids and parents too The Bulevar in San Pedro has been a long time coming. First we had to wait for them to build the tunnel, then this landscaping on top. But it's worth it. It's now had a bit of time to bed in. Parking is still tricky, well of course it is! If you can get a bus from near your apartment or hotel, that might be a better bet. Now - end of May - the (much) warmer weather is with us, and the adults are sitting out on the grass (Real grass! That you can walk on!) and the children are enjoying the water features. Not the formal ponds, I hasten to add! But near several of the children's playgrounds there are water features that you are definitely meant to play with. Little spurts of water coming out of a wall, tiny fountains coming out at ground level, a paddling pool three inches deep . . . And the actual play areas are very good indeed - there's even one of those sort of rides, dunno what it's called, where you whoosh down a wire strung between two pillars. There are different sized play features in different areas, so choose the one that suits. Children with scooters or roller skates will also enjoy the wavy bridge. Adults can sit around and laze nearby, or go to one of the bar/restaurants for a drink, a snack or a meal. And there are Aseos - public lavatories - by the side of one of the bars. Not five stars, however, as no shade near the seating. And already in May it is too hot . . . The one thing missing therefore are awnings to give shade. .
  • It is a pleasant place for a walk but is dull, lacks shadows for the Sun, sand playgrounds there and feels that the maintenance is low
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  • An ideal place to stroll and meet with friends or family. It has facilities for children and several restaurants and cafes. If I had to do some constructive criticism, it would be the vayar around so children and pedestrians are not so exposed to road traffic.
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  • Because I live here a great place for walks and sport
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  • A great place to visit with the children.
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