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A brief guide to the Crocodile Park in Torremolinos, home to the largest croc in Europe!

A brief guide to the Crocodile Park in Torremolinos, home to the largest croc in Europe!

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    • b-m e t .co m http://www.b-met.co m/blo g/cro co dile-park-to rremo lino s-snappy-ho lidays-o n-the-co sta-del-so l/#.USer4B2eNcwCrocodile Park Torremolinos – Snappy Holidays On TheCosta del SoladminT he Costa del Sol is f ull of great things to do whilst on yourholiday here, but if you are looking f or a change f rom topping upthat tan, then why not pay a visit to one of the coasts mostpopular tourist attractions; T he Crocodile Park in Torremolinos.Situated right in the very centre of Torremolinos the Crocodile Parkis home to around 250 Crocodiles one of which just so happens tobe “Paco”, the largest Crocodile in Europe!Visiting the park is a real treat and quite an eye opening experience. Every day at 11:30am, 1:30pm and3.30pm you are of f ered the opportunity of taking a guided tour with either Enrique Sanchez Prieto orRoman Reina Aranda.Both men have a wealth of experience when it comes to understanding these prehistoric creatures andprovide you with a wealth of inf ormation on the Crocs. It’s hard to believe that these amazing creatureshave evolved over the past 200 million years!T he guides also do something that at f irst glance may appear to be somewhat crazy. T hey get in thepens with the Crocodiles and stand just a f ew f eet away! But don’t worry, these guys know theCrocodiles inside out and know exactly what they can and can’t do. It really is a spectacle f or sure!
    • It takes around 2 hours to cover the whole of the park and see everything on of f er. T here is also a gif tshop and restaurant f or ref reshments and snacks.Opening T imesT he Crocodile Park is open every day of the year f rom 10am to 5pm (November – February), 10am – 6pm(March, April, May, October) and 10am to 7pm (June to September)How Much Does It Cost?T he cost of entry is just €14.00 f or Adults, €11.50 f or children 4-12, €12.00 f or over 65’s and f ree f orunder 4’s.T he park also of f ers easy access for disabled visitors. Please also note that under 12 year old’s mustbe accompanied by an adult.Contact InformationC/ Cuba, 14. 29620 Torremolinos(Málaga- España)
    • Telf : (0034) 952 051 782Email: inf o@cocodrilospark.comYou can also visit the Crocodile Park Torremolinos website at http://www.crocodile-park.com althoughmost of the site is in Spanish.If you are travelling in a larger group to the Torremolinos Crocodile Park, consider using our transf erservices on the Costa del Sol. Our minibuses are f ully licensed, air conditioned and all of our driversspeak English.Please also consider joining us on Facebook and Twitter.1