What would we do without the mascots Jack and Tippy? Because they’re the ones who organise the activities and shows that make every child’s eyes light up with joy for 12 hours each day! They sometimes participate in person (or in cat 😊); other times they leave the nannies to take care of everything. However, the result is the same: La Baia fills with the sound of laughter and happy children!
Everyone has creative workshops, but we prefer to call them LaBAIAtori, because they’re fun and cheerful, with imagination and magic… a bit like La Baia! For example, we create anti-stress balloons and coloured salt, we decorate t-shirts and we have fun with plasticine. We also plant the memory of La Baia, a souvenir thanks to which the children can think back to their holiday after returning home.
Then there’s Masterchef, a cooking workshop that gets lots of laughs and a few little mouths covered in chocolate! …but that’s the beauty of it, don’t you agree? Learning to cook in company, to the rhythm of fun. So a little greediness and hands in the dough get the green light, to make soft muffins and fragrant little biscuits.
Our mascots often come through here to play with the children! On Saturday evening, Tippy arrives for the Baby Dance, while on Monday Jack Surf stops off to be a judge at the Mini Olympics. The biggest attraction comes on Thursday evening: it’s the treasure hunt with the participation of all our sweet-toothed little rascals, who can cool off at the end with a nice ice cream!
Could it be by chance that Jack arrives on Sunday afternoon and Tippy on Tuesday afternoon, to have a snack with the children?
Tuesday, Magic Alex Show; Wednesday, night of wishes and face painting; Friday, Indian evening; Sunday, cinema and popcorn. Every evening until 10 pm the children turn into fun Superheroes! It’s not just about giving our little guests lots of laughter, but also the superpower of a lovely memory, to keep forever in their hearts!
…go on kids, run down to the beach! Our super entertainers await you to build “fantasandy”, castles, organise mini tournaments and play together until lunchtime. Hey, and don’t forget to dive into the crystal clear Ligurian Sea ðŸ˜Š.
Playing is a tiring activity, so come on, everyone to the table! Just a few steps and you’re at the Aloha Baby Restaurant, or at the big table in the garden, eating with the entertainers. The nanny takes care of the littlest children, so that mum and dad can enjoy their lunch in peace.
What happens after lunch? Well, while the littler children are taking a nap, we’ll leave the parents to their “tedious” relaxation, and we’ll have fun putting our hands in the dough with Baby Masterchef, leaving the memories of the Baia behind, and setting our creativity free at the plastic, coloured salt and decoration workshops!
Having the beach right in front of you is so nice, because you can go there every time you want to and in total freedom, as if it were a soft, sandy playroom to sink your feet into! Oh yes, kids, an afternoon of activities awaits us with a soundtrack of waves.
Who knows if Jack Surf or Tippy will be there in the afternoon? It’s always a surprise… Sometimes they join us for an afternoon snack together, while other days they’re busy surfing and they wave to us from the distance as they ride the waves!
At La Baia, mum and dad become children again, with a glamorous aperitif or a seafront dinner… What’s that? It sounds boring to you children? Impossible! That word doesn’t exist for Aunt Emanuela and Uncle David. Come on… everyone to the table to eat with the entertainers, leaving mum and dad in peace!
The evenings are filled with joy and colour here, because there are always different shows and activities: the Mini Olympics with Jack, the magic show, face painting, the treasure hunt with Jack and Tippy, the Indian evening, the baby dance with Tippy, cinema evening and popcorn.
After such a long day filled with things to do, it’s time to say goodnight. The words of the bedtime story are sweet and soft like candy floss, accompanying children into the world of dreams, made of fantasy and fairy tales. See you tomorrow, little travellers…