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Best Toddler Friendly Holidays in Europe

“Looking for the best European destinations to take your toddler? At TUI, we offer plenty of great family-friendly holidays”

Europe is a popular choice for families, not just because of its low prices, but because it only requires a short flight…

  • Best Toddler Friendly Holidays in Europe

    Looking for the best European destinations to take your toddler? At TUI, we offer plenty of great family-friendly holidays. Europe is a popular choice for families, not just because of its low prices, but because it only requires a short flight.

    To give you a little inspiration on where to head to on your next family getaway, below we’ve rounded up some of our best toddler-friendly European holidays.

    Protur Aparthotel Bonaire, Majorca

    The Protur Aparthotel Bonaire is situated in the beautiful Cala Bona region in Majorca. Ideal for families searching for an all-inclusive break, it’s just a couple of minutes’ walk to a small, beautiful sand and shingle beach. It has an on-site splash park, ideal for those travelling with slightly older children too. There’s also a great river-style pool, two different dining options and it’s just a 10-minute walk to the centre of Cala Bona.

    If you’re looking for a quieter European resort away from the crowds, this is definitely one to consider.

    Leonardo Laura Beach & Splash Resort, Paphos

    In the beautiful city of Paphos, the Leonardo Laura Beach & Splash Resort is perfect for tots and older children alike. Refurbished in 2018, the swanky hotel benefits from plenty of mod cons, and a lot of great family-friendly entertainment. Situated right by a small shingle beach, the hotel even boasts an outdoor amphitheatre, and the on-site waterpark is great for kids of all ages.

    The resort is located just 5km from the centre of Paphos, with plenty of shops and restaurants nearby.

    Holiday Village Atlantica, Rhodes

    Head to Rhodes and stay in our great Holiday Village Atlantica resort. The five-star hotel features its own waterpark, a staggering 5 pools and 5 different restaurants. It also hosts a huge choice of activities, suitable for all the family. Just a 5-minute walk to the beach, you’ll find a local bus service which can take you into Rhodes Town.

    The resort offers all-inclusive packages too, making it ideal for those seeking great value for money.

    Aqua Nevis Clubhotel, Bulgaria

    If it is value for money you’re looking for, Bulgaria is a great destination to head to. The Aqua Nevis Clubhotel is set over 24,000 square metres and like some of the others on the list, it features its own on-site waterpark. The park has a range of both adrenaline pumping slides, along with more chilled-out rides.

    Situated just a short walk from the beach and town, the hotel also provides a free shuttle bus to make getting around the town even easier. What makes this resort so family friendly, is the fact it offers a fantastic kids club by TUI Family Life.

    TUI Family Life Avenida Suites, Costa Dorada

    The second Spanish destination to make the list is Costa Dorada. The TUI Family Life Avenida Suites is specifically designed with families in mind. It’s just a 10-minute drive from the popular PortAdventura theme park, as well as a 10-minute walk from the stunning Llevant Beach. All of the suites here are modern and comfortable, and with family-friendly features such as sinks, mini-fridges and microwaves.

    Blue Lagoon Village, Greece

    In the beautiful Kos region of Greece, the Blue Lagoon Village is located in a beautiful secluded bay. It caters to everyone, including families, and benefits from a great Adventure Land activity area. There are also 7 unique restaurants on-site, and its situated right on the beach. This all-inclusive premium resort also has a kid’s club for ages 3-11 which runs from May through to October.

    There are lots of great European destinations that are perfect for toddlers. The above are just some of our favourites. Browse our entire range of family holidays today.

Author: Charlotte Brenner

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