Marbella has everything that a tourist can dream - sunny beaches, famous golf courses, gourmet restaurants, cafes, casino,
the charming old town and a vibrant nightlife -.
All this, only 30 minute by car from Malaga airport.
A visit to the Moorish castle or the town hall of the XVI century takes visitors to learn about the history and Spanish culture.
Take a walk through the decorated streets of the old town of Marbella, enjoy a fruit cocktail freshly prepared in one of the many cafes in Plaza de los Naranjos, let yourself
be touched by the gentle breeze of the Mediterranean Sea while you are visiting one of the restaurants and bars beach, play golf in Nueva Andalucia, or
take the “Milla de Oro” (Golden Mile) to the glamorous Puerto Banus.
Places to visit in Marbella
It is an amazing place. It has narrow streets, restaurants, white buildings with flowers, squares, monuments,
fountains and balconies. The Old Town preserves traces of the past of a tourist and modern city like Marbella. The heart of the historical center
is the Plaza de los Naranjos, here are buildings like the Town Hall, Casa del Corregidor and La Capilla de Santiago Apostol (Chapel of St. James Apostol),
Puerto Banus is the most famous leisure port of Marbella and the Costa del Sol. The first thing impressive about this
place is to take a walk on the pier watching the yachts docked there and luxury cars. The pier also has restaurants and shops of the world's best fashion
brands. Apart from the pier other areas you can visit are: Marina Banus, Complejo Cinematográfico de Marbella (Marbella Cinematographic Complex) or
Boulevard de la Fama (the Boulevard of Fame).
It is located in the center of Marbella. This park was built in 1993 and has 2 kilometers long. It has two artificial
lakes which are home to different varieties of fish, turtles and ducks. Inside the park is the Museo del Bonsai (Bonsai Museum).
Parque arroyo de
la represa is an ideal place to relax, walk and read near the Castle walls of the city.
It is a shopping center located on the outskirts of the city, only closed on Sundays. It has two floors
(which is accessible by both elevator and staircase) with large franchise shops (Apple Store, FNAC, Zara, Yves Rocher, Adolfo Dominguez, Bumpy,
etc.), restaurants, fast food places, cinema multiroom (with 3D) and a hypermarket (Alcampo).
This park is located between the Old Town and Avenida del Mar. The mall is a quiet place with abundant vegetation.
It represents the main reference to start visits to Old Town or go down to the seafront.
Formerly, Alameda covering an area of 20,000 square meters, today
is considerably smaller, it acquired its current appearance in 1930.
Seafront begins at Playa de la Bajadilla and continues to Playa Linda Vista (San Pedro). You can enjoy there a quiet walk overlooking the beach, kiosks and bars.
The beaches of Marbella are classified as urban and semi-urban areas.
Cabopino is the quieter coastal area, with wooden walkways between natural dunes.