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Welcome to the wonderful city of marbella!

This coastal city located in the province of Malaga, on the Mediterranean coast, is famous for its glamour, natural beauty and great tourist offer.

Internationally known for its luxurious marina, Puerto Banus, Marbella also boasts a plethora of golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters perfect for enjoying the sun and sea.

In the old town, also known as the "Barrio Alto", you will find a quieter and more traditional atmosphere, with narrow cobbled streets, full of shops, bars and restaurants.

Marbella also offers a wide range of cultural activities, such as the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving or the Museum of Bonsai, and sports, with renowned golf courses, tennis courts, water sports and hiking trails in the nearby Sierra de las Nieves.

In addition, the gastronomy in Marbella is top notch, with a plethora of restaurants offering both traditional dishes and international cuisine, always with top quality local produce.

Don't miss the opportunity to visit Marbella, a city where luxury and tradition combine to offer you an unforgettable holiday. We're waiting for you!

Where to eat in Marbella ?

1. Taberna Gaspar ($$)

In the heart of the city, Gaspar has been feeding Marbella traditional dishes at a very good price for decades. If you want to try the best potato omelette in Marbella don't forget to book for the night shift. Reserves: 952 77 90 98. Calle Notario Luis Oliver 19.

2. Altamirano Restaurant ($$)

In the heart of the Old Town is the Altamirano restaurant, a place of life where you can taste the best fish and seafood in the area. Reserves: 952 82 49 32. Plaza Altamirano 3.

3. Davero ($)

Great quality Italian food in a small house kills the fishing port. Reserves: 951 13 41 49. Calle Guadalete 2.

4. The Mile ($$$)

Gastronomic emblem in the Golden Mile. High quality products on the beach front. Take the opportunity to enjoy a day at the beach a few meters from the Hotel Puente Romano. Reserves: 952 00 90 80. Urb. Los verdiales, Nagueles beach.

5. Casa Curro ($)

In an alley in the Old Town you can enjoy a cold beer accompanied by good cold meats. Ideal to bite something at a good price. He doesn't reserve. Pantaleon Street 7.

6. Tavern La Niña del Pisto ($)

In the heart of the Old Town, Andalusian food with a Córdoban touch. One of our favorites in the area, remember to try the salmorejo. He doesn't reserve. San Lazaro Street 1.

What to do in Marbella?

1. Get lost in the Old Town

Touring the historic centre of Marbella is to immerse yourself in the small fishing village that once was. It seems that nothing has changed since then, narrow winding and whitewashed alleys, balconies where bougainvilleas are perched and colorful geraniums hang. Small tapas bars contrast with haute cuisine restaurants, local craft shops mingle with big brands.

2. Have some churros next to the Plaza de Los Naranjos

And the walk through the old town always leads you to the Plaza de los Naranjos and its particular Town Hall, the ideal place to have a few churros in the shade of the orange trees that give it its name. The Churrería Ramón has become a must in the city centre.

3. Running along the promenade

Marbella is an excellent destination for sports lovers, on its promenade runners, cyclists, walkers or skaters meet. Its good weather all year round and the relaxation provided by the sea make it the best place to get in shape. If you are ready to test your fitness, you can walk to Puerto Banús or to the natural Duna de Artola.

4. Have fried ‘pescaíto’ and paella under the Marbella sun.

You haven't been to Marbella if you haven't had some sardine skewers, fried anchovies or a good seafood paella.

5. Take a selfie next to a luxury yacht in Puerto Banus.

It is the emblem of Marbella and has earned it by heart. Puerto Banus is the most glamorous marina in Spain and one of the best known in all of Europe. It is almost impossible to stroll through its streets without taking a picture next to a yacht or sports car.

6. Soak up the sun on the beach of Marbella.

There are beaches for everyone, but of course there are two that you can't miss. The Venus Beach is one of the most crowded and known to wear palm trees