Marbella, located in the heart of the Costa del Sol in the province of Málaga, is one of the Mediterranean's most renowned and upscale resort cities. Read more

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Known for its luxurious lifestyle, beautiful beaches, golf courses, chic boutiques, and vibrant nightlife, Marbella seamlessly merges the charm of its old town with contemporary high-end establishments.
Marbella's popularity among the international elite has endowed the city with a cosmopolitan flair. It boasts a pleasant Mediterranean climate, characterized by warm summers and mild winters, which makes it an attractive destination all year round.
For those seeking a luxurious coastal experience – whether it's lounging at a beach club, dining in a gourmet restaurant, shopping for high-end fashion, or simply wandering the historic streets – Marbella offers an eclectic mix that caters to all desires.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Marbella

Old Town (Casco Antiguo)

A charming area with narrow alleyways, whitewashed buildings adorned with flower pots, and lively squares. Plaza de los Naranjos is the heart of the Old Town and is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and historic buildings.

Puerto Banús

A world-famous marina, it's the epitome of luxury and glamour. With mega-yachts, upscale boutiques, and an array of restaurants and bars, Puerto Banús is Marbella's hub for the jet-set.

Paseo Marítimo

The seafront promenade that runs along Marbella's coastline, ideal for a leisurely walk with views of the sea and lined with cafes and restaurants.

Alameda Park

A central park filled with exotic plants, fountains, and a central square where locals and tourists relax.

Avenida del Mar

This is a popular promenade adorned with sculptures by Salvador Dalí, connecting the Old Town with the sea.

Playa de la Fontanilla

One of the most popular beaches in Marbella, offering sunbeds, beach bars (chiringuitos), and water sports.

Marbella's Golf Courses

The region is known for its high-quality golf courses, making it a popular destination for golf enthusiasts.

Basilica Vega Del Mar

An early Christian church and necropolis.

Ralli Museum

Located in the Coral Beach area, it hosts a collection of contemporary Latin American and European art.

La Concha

The mountain that stands guard over Marbella offers hiking trails and stunning views from its summit.

What else to visit
In and around Marbella

Torremolinos (35.29 km)

Sun-kissed Torremolinos welcomes visitors with its shimmering beaches, vibrant nightlife, and nostalgic charm. Once a quiet fishing village, today it stands as a beloved Costa del Sol holiday destination, marrying Andalusian tradition with modern allure.

Ronda (35.55 km)

Perched on an inland plateau, Ronda is a Spanish marvel, sliced by a dramatic gorge that offers a story as deep as its cliffs are high.

Málaga (45.64 km)

Framed by the shimmering Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by sun-drenched hills, Málaga is a radiant city full of Andalusian charm. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, it is an artistic and cultural hub of Spain's vibrant Costa del Sol.

Málaga (46.18 km)

Málaga is a municipality of Spain, capital of the Province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. With a population of 578,460 in 2020, it is the second-most populous city in Andalusia and the sixth most populous in the country.

Antequera (63.09 km)

Nestled in the heart of Andalusia, Antequera stands as a silent witness to the bygone eras. Its streets echo with stories spanning from the Bronze Age to the present, inviting travelers to discover its rich heritage and tranquil beauty.

Tarifa (85.6 km)

Tarifa, located at the southernmost tip of Spain where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean, is a small but vibrant town in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia.

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