Celebrate Halloween in Blue Sea
Ready for the most terrifying night of the year?
Halloween is celebrated all over the world and children and young people enjoy it the most. We join the fun every year and have prepared in the hotels a program of activities for children and adults.
This is what we celebrate at Blue Sea:
Come to Cala D’Or (Mallorca) and enjoy 3 days of activities. From October 30th to November 1st (both included) our animation team will be responsible for activities throughout the day as workshops, games and evening shows.
You can see the full Blue Sea Club Martha’s program here.
We have prepared a program for children and another for adults in our Costa Teguise hotel. Children can enjoy crafts, games, movies and Halloween makeup. Adults can join in the different activities organized by our animation team as games, tastings or pumpkin shooting.
You can see the complete Blue Sea Costa Bastián program here.
Our hotel in Puerto del Carmen offers daytime and evening activities: rifle shooting, Dutch shuffleboard, face painting, dancing and more.
You can see the full Blue Sea Los Fiscos program here.
If you come to our hotel in the north of the island, we have a complete program for children and adults. Children can join pool games, crafts to create masks and accessories, including gymkhanas. Adults can exercise with the Zombie Zumba, themed aquagym or pumpkin shooting. At night you shouldn’t miss the special shows for the Halloween night.
You can see the full Blue Sea Costa Jardín & Spa program here.
Also in the south of Tenerife you can enjoy Halloween activities. Blue Sea Lagos de César offers a complete program with makeup for children, night games and more.
You can see the full program here.
Enjoy games like the classic Trick or Treat or Ghost Hunting, children’s make up or Pumpkin Archery for the adults.
You can see the full Blue Sea Callao Garden program here.
Some Halloween curiosities:
-The word ‘Halloween’ began to be used in the sixteenth century and its origin is Scotish: All Hallow’s Eve.
-The Irish immigrants took the tradition to the United States.
-The pumpkin is the best known symbol. It represents the face of Jack O’Lantern, the legend says that this character managed to deceive the devil.
-The sweets that people give to children on the night of the 31st symbolizes when in the past Death threatened the living if they did not give them what they asked for.
We are waiting for you this year at Blue Sea!