If you’re coming for a holiday to Fuengirola with kids, Sould Park is probably on your radar already. If you’re wondering if it’s worth a visit, how expensive is it and if it gets very busy, this article will answer all the questions you might have.
In this article, I will try to cover everything you need to know to plan your visit.
Where is Sould Park in Fuengirola?
In the evening it’s very hard to miss thanks to loud music and lots of lights, with screaming kids as the background noise =)
Tickets and Prices at Sould Park
Sould Park is very popular, especially in the summer months, and attracts kids small and big.
As you enter the premises, you will see a ticket booth on the left side. From there you will get a plastic card where you can charge credit, which is then used for the rides and activities in the park.
If you’re planning to stay at least 30 minutes or more, I would recommend topping up at least 10 euros on the card, as most of the rides and games are around 1 euro each. You can use the rest of your card balance for your next visit, it doesnt expire.
If you need more money charged on the card, you can do it online on their website, or in the machine next to the ticket booth which is self service.
For each win in a game, you get paper tokens that can be then exchanged for small prizes.
Activities and Games in Sould Park
- American track
- Free fall tower
- Bouncy castle
- Old fashioned video games
- Duck Fishing
- Shooting Room
- Small Kids Playroom
- Baloon Carousel
My Experience at Sould Park
I’ve been coming to the park for a number of years now and I personally prefer to visit just when they open, and off season. In the summer, the park gets super busy and pretty crowded, and I was always surprised to see kids screaming there as late as 10pm.
Locals tend to eat dinner quite late and after that venture there with kids, so the evening times are popular especially in the summer months.
If you’re coming with a smaller child, you might want to keep an eye on them as not all the kids that go to these places are considerate or careful around smaller ones. At the door, they have a sign that no photography is allowed, but nobody seems to pay attention to that.
In general, the condition of most of the rides is not great, they look a little tired and worn off.
If you want to entertain your kids while on holiday and get a moment to yourself, it’s definitely a good option to kill an hour or so. There is a small booth with some basic refreshments, but you can’t bring your own food or drinks (we always have a bottle of water with us and that’s never been an issue).
Sould Park Opening Hours
The park operates fairly regular opening hours listed here (subject to change, check their website to be sure):
- Monday to Thursday: 5 pm to 9 pm
- Fridays: 5 pm to 10 pm
- Saturdays: 11.30 am to 10.30 pm
- Sunday: 11.30 am to 9.00 pm
- School Holidays: 11.30 am to 9.00 pm
Explore More in Fuengirola
Fuengirola: Recommended Day Trips & Experiences
- Caminito del Rey Day Trip with Guide – explore the world-famous pathway of the king, and admire the stunning views from the gorge El Chorro. Includes pick up in Fuengirola, entrance to Caminito del Rey and helmets.
- Day Trip to Gibraltar – with pick up from Fuengirola with a minibus, with free time in Gibraltar for shopping and an optional tour of the nature reserve.
- Gibraltar Sightseeing Day Tour – a more structured day trip with a full tour of the nature reserve, showing you all the highlights, with free time for shopping. Pick up from Fuengirola.
- Ronda and Setenil de las Bodegas Day Trip – see the famous Puente Nuevo bridge in Ronda, with one of the oldest bullrings in the country, and admire the homes and restaurants built into caves in Setenil. Pick-up in Fuengirola – includes a walking tour of Ronda and a complimentary glass of wine in Ronda.
- Day Trip to Granada with Alhambra Tour – see one of the architectural wonders of Spain, the Moorish Palace complex of Alhambra, with free time to explore Granada. Includes pick-up from Fuengirola, tickets to Alhambra and a guide.