Make your way to the Bioparc Fuengirola, located directly across from City Hall in in the town of Fuengirola.
Exchange your voucher for your admission ticket, then enter the park to explore at your own pace. Learn about the zoo's philosophies, which include respect for nature, the preservation of endangered species and the commitment to housing animals in their natural habitats.
See the over 200 species that live here, specially selected for their threatened status. Bioparc Fuengirola has made a commitment to the survival of threatened and endangered species and has had success with breeding animals in captivity.
Walk through the recreation of multiple natural habitats, including arid desert, mangrove swamps and humid tropical forest. Admire rare animals such as the Sumatran tiger, one of only 300 in the world, and the Roloway monkeys, a few of the only specimens in captivity.
Spend as long as you like exploring this unique park at your own pace. Bioparc Fuengirola is open until midnight during the months of July and August, which give visitors the rare opportunity to see nocturnal animals who are most active after nightfall.