which means "the World of Sea" is one of the best things to do in
Holidaymakers may spend great time and see dolphins, seals, sea-lions and exotic birds in Mundomar.
Mundomar is a fantastic leisure and theme park, environmental protection organisation committed to promote the respect
for animals and nature as well as conservation and reproduction of species.
Mundomar is situated just nearby the
Aqualandia Water Park in central Benidorm and has an area of 60,000 square meters and a topography that contributes
to a unique park, endowed with lush vegetation and tropical landscaping, rustic looking buildings, rocky outcrop,
large waterfalls, and surprising caves.
Mundomar is a lively theme park of exotic marine animals contributing to promote the respect for nature and environment,
deploying a symbiosis of entertainment and culture.
Mundomar has variety of shows with parrots, sea lions and dolphins as well as various activities such as feeding lions,
lemurs and penguins. The underwater vision of sea lions and dolphins make visitors enjoy the interesting exhibits and
learn interesting facts about our animals.
Wide range of animals can be seen in Mundomar that include flamingos, turtles and swans, storks, sea lions, seals,
otters, several species of lemurs, capuchins, squirrel monkeys, tropical birds like toucans, ibises, Aratinga macaws, etc...
Mundomar also offers various hotel services and amenities for the visitors that include snack bar, self service, a la
carte restaurant, kiosks, shops, photos, baby cart rental, etc...
How to get to MundoMar?
Getting to Mundomar is very easy thanks to the bus network that allows visitors to come and visit Mundomar from
wherever they are in Benidorm. There is a bus stop just in front of Mundomar and buses driving to the Park are
easily recognizable. Visitors may take line 1 and line 11. Buses pass every 30 minutes during the week and every
hour during the weekend.
Contact details for more information and opening times are:
Sierra Helada s/n
Rincon de Loix
Telephone: 96 586 01 00
Fax 96 586 16 51