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In March 2010 the zoo in Fuengirola adopted its new name “Bioparc”. It is conveniently located close to the bullring and next to the cinema complex and has a parking garage next to it.

Prices 2016

Adults: 19.50€
Children 3-9 years: 13.50€
Senior Citizen over 65: 14.50€
Disabled: 11.50€
Children under 3 years: free of charge


Opening Times 2016

The park opens every day, but the closing times

January: Monday - Sunday 10h - 18h
February: Monday - Friday 10h - 18h Sat & Sun 10h - 18.30h
March: Monday - Friday 10h - 18h Sat & Sun 10h - 19h
April: Monday - Friday 10h - 19h Sat & Sun 10h - 19.30h
May: Monday - Friday 10h - 19h Sat & Sun 10h - 20h
1 - 14 June: Monday - Friday 10h - 19h Sat & Sun 10h - 20h
15 - 21 June: Monday - Friday 10h - 20h Sat & Sun 10h - 21h
22 - 30 June: Monday - Friday 10h - 20.30h Sat & Sun 10h - 21.30h
July & August: Monday - Sunday 10h - 23h
1 - 13 September: Monday - Friday 10h - 20h Sat & Sun 10h - 21h
14 - 30 September: Monday - Friday 10h - 19h Sat & Sun 10h - 20h
1 - 24 October: Monday - Friday 10h - 18.30h Sat & Sun 10h - 19h
25 - 31 October: Monday - Sunday 10h - 18h
1 - 9 December: Monday - Friday 10h - 18h Sat & Sun 10h - 18.30h
10 - 31 December: Monday - Sunday 10h - 18h (except 24 & 31 til 16h)
The ticket booth closes 1 hour before.


Guided Tours

Week-ends
12h: Africa
12.30 h. Southeast Asia
July & August (every day)
12h: Africa
12.30h: Southeast Asia
20h: Africa
20.30h: Southeast Asia


In the months of July and August only, discover the secrets of the mysterious world of night-time in a tropical woodland. Bioparc Fuengirola closes at midnight in July and August. Times are subject to change, please confirm at the ticket booth.


Explanation from the park itself:

On 25 March 2010, Fuengirola Zoo adopted the new name of Bioparc Fuengirola.

The reason for the change is the merger with its sister establishment, Bioparc Valencia, and the creation by the two centres of the Tropical Institute Foundation, the purpose of which is to promote the preservation of tropical woodlands and their animal and plant species, along with the cultures and peoples which inhabit them. The word “biodiversity” is short for “biological diversity’. It refers to the multitude of life that Shares the planet with us. We are as much part of biodiversity as a tortoise, tiger, toad, taiga, toadstool or tree. These are based on studying and learning about the flora and fauna of the tropical forest, the cultures which live there and the environmental problems which exist.

Bioparc Fuengirola aim is to awaken among schoolchildren a love for animals and a respect for the environment, and so the message put across by our biologists is particularly important when children step inside any of the three ecosystems represented at the park. 

Bioparc Fuengirola has recreated a jungle clearing to give a closer look at some of its inhabitants. In the Clear of the Forest you can see birds and small mammals of the tropical forests and observe how they behave in an environment, similar to its natural habitat and learn a little more about some strange animals.

This is a pioneering exhibition within Spain, being the first to bring together terrestrial mammals and birds in the same place and at the same time. The visit to Madagascar Island in Bioparc Fuengirola starts inside of a thousand-year-old baobab more than 25 meters tall.

 In the interior of the baobab, you will have the opportunity to take a close-up look at the lifestyle of the inhabitants of these lands, four species of lemur in danger of extinction. The zoo has two restaurant areas, located at the entrance to the centre and in the Southeast Asian zone, next to the Orangutan enclosure.

The facilities have been designed in accordance with the traditions of the tropical forest, and offer a wide range of services: restaurant, cafeteria, burger bar, pizzeria, ice cream parlour, buffet menus and fast food.

Bioparc Fuengirola offers guide tours for free. A guide will go with a group of visitors explaining everything about the three ecosystems which are represented at the park.

The reason for the change is the merger with its sister establishment, Bioparc Valencia, and the creation by the two centres of the Tropical Institute Foundation, the purpose of which is to promote the preservation of tropical woodlands and their animal and plant species, along with the cultures and peoples which inhabit them. The word “biodiversity” is short for “biological diversity’. It refers to the multitude of life that Shares the planet with us. We are as much part of biodiversity as a tortoise, tiger, toad, taiga, toadstool or tree. These are based on studying and learning about the flora and fauna of the tropical forest, the cultures which live there and the environmental problems which exist.


Bioparc Fuengirola aim is to awaken among schoolchildren a love for animals and a respect for the environment, and so the message put across by our biologists is particularly important when children step inside any of the three ecosystems represented at the park. 


Bioparc Fuengirola has recreated a jungle clearing to give a closer look at some of its inhabitants. In the Clear of the Forest you can see birds and small mammals of the tropical forests and observe how they behave in an environment, similar to its natural habitat and learn a little more about some strange animals.


This is a pioneering exhibition within Spain, being the first to bring together terrestrial mammals and birds in the same place and at the same time. The visit to Madagascar Island in Bioparc Fuengirola starts inside of a thousand-year-old baobab more than 25 meters tall.

 In the interior of the baobab, you will have the opportunity to take a close-up look at the lifestyle of the inhabitants of these lands, four species of lemur in danger of extinction. The zoo has two restaurant areas, located at the entrance to the centre and in the Southeast Asian zone, next to the Orangutan enclosure.


 The facilities have been designed in accordance with the traditions of the tropical forest, and offer a wide range of services: restaurant, cafeteria, burger bar, pizzeria, ice cream parlour, buffet menus and fast food.


Bioparc Fuengirola offers guide tours for free. A guide will go with a group of visitors explaining everything about the three ecosystems which are represented at the park.



The reason for the change is the merger with its sister establishment, Bioparc Valencia, and the creation by the two centres of the Tropical Institute Foundation, the purpose of which is to promote the preservation of tropical woodlands and their animal and plant species, along with the cultures and peoples which inhabit them. The word “biodiversity” is short for “biological diversity’. It refers to the multitude of life that Shares the planet with us. We are as much part of biodiversity as a tortoise, tiger, toad, taiga, toadstool or tree. These are based on studying and learning about the flora and fauna of the tropical forest, the cultures which live there and the environmental problems which exist.


Bioparc Fuengirola aim is to awaken among schoolchildren a love for animals and a respect for the environment, and so the message put across by our biologists is particularly important when children step inside any of the three ecosystems represented at the park. 


Bioparc Fuengirola has recreated a jungle clearing to give a closer look at some of its inhabitants. In the Clear of the Forest you can see birds and small mammals of the tropical forests and observe how they behave in an environment, similar to its natural habitat and learn a little more about some strange animals.


This is a pioneering exhibition within Spain, being the first to bring together terrestrial mammals and birds in the same place and at the same time. The visit to Madagascar Island in Bioparc Fuengirola starts inside of a thousand-year-old baobab more than 25 meters tall.

 In the interior of the baobab, you will have the opportunity to take a close-up look at the lifestyle of the inhabitants of these lands, four species of lemur in danger of extinction. The zoo has two restaurant areas, located at the entrance to the centre and in the Southeast Asian zone, next to the Orangutan enclosure.


 The facilities have been designed in accordance with the traditions of the tropical forest, and offer a wide range of services: restaurant, cafeteria, burger bar, pizzeria, ice cream parlour, buffet menus and fast food.


Bioparc Fuengirola offers guide tours for free. A guide will go with a group of visitors explaining everything about the three ecosystems which are represented at the park.



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