Our Collection

Western

Classic theme, one of the most important and most developed of PLAYMOBIL®.

Pirates

Along with the West, it is another of the mythical themes, such as the classic Pirate Ship.

Circus

Everything is ready for the greatest show in the world!

Hospital

We are concerned about the health of our clicks. Enter the most equipped hospital.

Space

Travel through the Cosmos with our Space collection.

Medieval

Castles, dragons, queens and kings. Knights and swords are the protagonists in this theme.

Water Park

Fun is guaranteed in the PLAYMOBIL® water park. For a refreshing summer!

Zoo Aquarium

Meet all the animals that inhabit our Zoo and enjoy the exhibitions at the Aquarium.

Camping

An environment in nature for our clicks to enjoy in tents, motorhomes, etc.

Funfair

This theme includes the best fair attractions to recreate a day of great emotions.

Emergencies

Police and Firefighters are willing to ensure the safety of all our PLAYMOBIL®.

Safari

Tour the great natural reserves and see numerous animals, free in their habitat.

City

This theme includes everything you can imagine in a city, from gas stations to big mansions.

Snow

Learn about Eskimo life, expeditions in the arctic, sledding, snowmen.

Heidi

With this theme the adventures of Heidi, Pedro, Clara, the grandfather, etc., are relived.

Others

Rest of themes, such as Christmas, Farm, etc.

PIRATES

INFAMOUS CAPTAINS IN SEARCH OF TREASURES

If I remember correctly, one of my first pirate references was the Famobil 3570. The pirate in his yellow boat carrying a chest.
Although the pirate theme in my case did not begin to make sense until I had the classic PLAYMOBIL® pirate ship (ref. 3750), very similar to the one that Famobil marketed with reference 3550, although with more details and decorated sails.
And what would a pirate ship be without treasure to look for? Soon this issue would be resolved after obtaining the Pirate Island (ref. 3799). It was the most spectacular, with a cave with a secret passageway to escape quickly, with its treasures, turtles and even castaway.
Conflicts would soon arise. With the acquisition of the English Imperial Guard, the redcoats (ref. 3544), the pirates already had enemies to fight with, although previously only the treasures were disputed with those who were similarly dedicated to piracy.

Since the first references, numerous products of pirate theme have come onto the market. New models of pirate ships, soldiers' ships, other types of pirate islands and even ghost pirates or the dreaded cracken.

Of course, the pirate theme gives a lot of play. There are collectors who even have in their possession every pirate ship that has gone on sale, getting a huge fleet. The dioramas made of this theme are very striking and with great charm. They tend to like a lot, especially after the Pirates of the Caribbean movie saga.

In our case, we like to recreate the exploits of Captain Blackbeard, Calico Jack, Anne Bonny and of course, the Barbarossa brothers.