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Child animation programmes

The family holiday

is really fun if the adults and children both find the ideal and amusing activities for themselves.

In our child-friendly hotel between 20 June and 23 August every day and at long weekends our qualified animators make sure that the little ones and the grown-ups all spend their time meaningfully whether it rains or shines.

The creative, amusing programmes

include handcrafting sessions that develop dexterity such as making puppets, loop rubber bracelets, jewellery, sewing, modelling clay, beading, drawing, painting, board games, which are only a teaser from the plethora of options awaiting the adults as well.

At long holiday weekends the programmes are made more colourful with thematic sessions: Easter egg painting, carving funny pumpkins for Halloween, Making magical ornaments for Christmas.

Participation in the animation programmes

of Hotel Marina-Port**** is free for hotel guests. Families can find out about current programmes from the information leaflets provided at the reception.

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