Activities are brilliant for breaking the ice, keeping the girls entertained and ensuring your hen party is a memorable one. Go on a treasure hunt in Barcelona or get off the beaten track with a Jeep safari in Benidorm. There are all sorts of options to explore, from the luxurious to the adventurous.

Here are five of our top sellers for 2013.

COCKTAIL MAKING

The ultimate no-brainer! A cocktail making hen party is pretty much guaranteed to go down well with everyone in the group. Even pregnant hens can get involved; they just make virgin versions of the classic long drinks. Everyone gets to make, shake and drink 2-4 cocktails, making this a great value for money activity.

Pole Dancing

Still going strong, pole dancing is one of the most popular activities on the hen party circuit. It's the perfect way to get everyone in the mood for hen night naughtiness! During the course of a 90-minute lesson, you'll learn basic spins and moves, and then put everything together in one fab final performance.

LIFE DRAWING

Creative and cheeky, life drawing is fast becoming a hot favourite with hen parties looking to do something a bit different. Have a giggle and brush up your artistic skills by drawing a live nude male model in a series of poses. All materials are supplied and a glass of Cava is included in the price.

SPA DAY

Spain is home to some fabulous spas, which rival the very best in Britain. The girls will go mad for the Turkish baths in Benalmadena and the Arabian baths in Madrid. Hen weekends in both destinations are perfect for those who love being pampered. Think marble massage platforms, cool stone floors, fabulous decor and pure hot, tepid and cool pools of water.

YACHT CHARTER

The activity of choice for the bride who wants to a stylish sort of hen party. Split the cost of yacht charter in Barcelona and it becomes surprisingly affordable. Spend a chilled day out at sea with your BFFs on a luxury motor yacht, sipping ice cold drinks and cruising the coastline. Bliss! 

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Date Posted: Tuesday 30th July 2013

Author: Cathy Alexander