The Tivoli World theme park is a small paradise of gardens and illuminated fountains with rides for the whole family, from kids to adults. As mentioned, it’s a recommended place to spend the day with the whole family and enjoy rides like the rollercoaster, the twister, the passage of terror and many others that you’ll have to discover.
In Tivoli World we’ll also find gondolas and big wheels for the kids. One of the greatest advantages is not actually in the park, it’s the mild temperatures of this part of Andalusia (unique on the whole coast) which make the evenings the ideal moment to stroll around and enjoy this wonderful amusement park.
Apart from everything previously mentioned, there are flamenco shows, magic shows, children’s shows, juggling and great western shows in the wild, wild west. Occasionally, special events are organised like the motorbike day for example, or the Mediterranean food day.
The park also has a service of theme restaurants for all tastes (pizzas, Chinese, ice creams, burgers, kids menus, etc.), as well as shops with souvenirs.
Entrance fees and hours:
Tivoli World occasionally introduces season tickets and special offers, here below is the current pricelist of the last time we checked their site (2012):
Normal ticket: 7.95€ (kids under 1 metre enter free).
Tivolinos (the park’s own ‘money’): 2 € equals to 1 tivolino.
Supertivolino: 14.95€ - This bracelet allows you to get on any of the 27 rides included in the offer.
Special Combi-ticket: 9.95€, includes 1 time per ride on this list: Passage of Terror, Go-Karts and bumper boats (you save 30% if you use the combo-ticket instead of the tivolinos if you’re planning to go on all of the rides).
Here below is the Tivoli World opening hours timetable:
There are special prices for groups, celebrations and parties. We recommend to call before for further information.
To get there, take the Benalmadena turnoff from the motorway, the theme park is situated in Arroyo de la Miel. It has a large parking area where you can easily park your car. If you’re going by train, you must get off at the station in Arroyo de la Miel.