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cala blanca

We are two families travelling together with 5 kids in total ages from 14 - 5yrs. I stayed in cala n blanes 2years ago and afew of the restaurants there had huge bouncy castles in and games rooms etc. Is there anything like that in cala blanca? We have are looking at apartments which have a playground, games room etc but just wondering if there was anything to keep the kids entertainment, especially the 5yr old when we go out for our evening meal. Or if you think staying in cala n blanes would be better have you got any suggestions? We are wanting to go self-catering.

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If you really want that then you will have to go back to Cala Blanes/Los Delfines as that is the only place which has restaurants like that on that scale.

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On a different note though Cala Blanca has a few bars and restaurants that have swimming pools and kids water slides right next to the beach. Plus a restaurant literally on the beach...the kids could step down from the table and play on the beach while we enjoyed a more leisurely meal/cocktails and still have them within sight and shouting distance. Ours were so happy fishing from a little ledge on the beach while we relaxed and watched them from the restaurant (all safe, very shallow etc)

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It is a shame to have to decide location on this alone especially as you have found accommodation that seems to suit you. Is keeping the children entertained really that hard now that they all have electronic gadgets and gizmos to keep them entertained in restaurants whilst waiting for dinner to arrive? I know that some children find it difficult to sit around waiting for too long, but SallAnn's solution sounds as though it might be ideal especially because you have a ready made group of youngsters to be together.

Also, as you may have noticed from other threads, the Forcat/Delfinnes etc. area is less busy than it was as bars etc. are suffering due to the amount of All Incl affecting their trade so you cannot assume that everything there will be the same next year as when you visited last

Edited: 13 October 2013, 19:27
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As SallyAnn says you dont need these play areas to get the 'best of both worlds'

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