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Go on an Incredibles 2 Holiday in Spain

If your family’s a fan of new movie, Incredibles 2, you’ll love this Spanish escape that’s fit for superheroes big and small… 

Puente Romano, Marbella

Just in time for the summer holiday, Incredibles 2 has zoomed into cinemas to save the (very) occasional rainy day. But at this Incredibles-inpired holiday at top Spanish family resort, Puente Romano, there should be sunshine all the way.

Puente Romano’s Incredibles 2 Family Package offers action-packed adventures that encourages parents and children to work as a team and live life to the full during their summer holiday, including a tennis class for each family member at the resort’s world-class tennis club, as well as a day’s cycling through the Andalusian countryside.

Families will also have the chance to battle it out in a specially created mini-golf competition, complete with Pixar props and exciting tasks to complete. Finally, there will be a photo-shoot for the whole family and a printed family portrait, so you’ll never forget your super-hero escape. 

This package includes:

  • Three nights’ stay in a Double Deluxe Suite
  • The Incredibles 2-inspired whole-family mini-golf competition
  • One tennis class for each family member during the stay
  • Bicycles available for all the family for a one-day adventure
  • A family photo session
  • A printed family portrait 

The package starts at €4,358 (£3,840) for two adults and two children for three nights, with breakfast and taxes included.

Puente Romano is offering an Incredibles 2 break for all the family.

Puente Romano offers a wide range of creative activities for children and teens, plus a seasonal kids club, play areas for little ones and babysitting services. For older children, the resort offers multisports camps (for ages 8-14) including a variety of aquatic sports ranging from kayaking to water skiing, schooner rides and jet-ski excursions. There are also sports academies specialising in tennis, golf, football and water sports run by world-class, professional coaches, allowing children the opportunity to go home with new skills.

Other non-sporty activities for children include photography, fashion design, cookery and language classes, as well as kids’ spa manicures, massages and make-up lessons. There are even DJ sessions and themed disco nights, perfect for socialising with new found friends.

Meanwhile, parents can get some R&R in mainland Spain’s only Six Senses Spa, which includes a hydrotherapy pool, cold plunge pool, herbal steam room, sauna and Hamman. There’s a wide selection of Six Senses signature treatments and wellness therapies on offer, plus locally inspired options that combine herbs and sea salt, olive oil and rich minerals in a truly Mediterranean stylee. World-class fitness and wellness facilities are located on and around the property, with activities including tennis, golf, horse-riding, paddle boarding, swimming, yoga and Pilates.

Everyone's a superhero on this holiday

Superheroes need their strength of course, and there are plenty of great dining options, including the new Nobu Restaurant & Lounge Bar and the al fresco restaurant, Sea Grill, which offers tapas and a new wellness-inspired menu, including a range of vegan dishes. There’s also the gluten-free café, Celicioso, healthy, pool-side eatery Rachel’s and the newly-opened Lagom Café situated in the resort’s tennis club. Sounds Incredible to us. 

Puente Romano, Marbella is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, and is situated on the beach overlooking the Golden Mile, between Marbella and Puerto Bonus, just 45 minutes from Malaga airport. Find out more at

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