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If you just get tired of sunbathing and swimming, why not stroll along the Paseo Maritimo, a beautiful boulevard that runs along the beach. Or sit back on one of the benches at the central fountain in the beautiful Alameda park where mosaics of local history are displayed. The diverse background and history of this area is also reflected in the many historic sites, including the Roman baths and bridges, the elegant Moorish architecture and churches from the early Christian era.
Wander through the old town, the Casco Historico, to experience traditional Spain and marvel at the beautiful town hall, built in the 16th century. Be sure to check in at the tourist office on the Plaza de los Naranjos to see what festivals are held during your stay. View works by Picasso, who was born in nearby Malaga, in the Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo and admire sculptures by Dalí along Avenida del Mar. Or do as the Spaniards themselves and ordering tapas while watching the Spanish dancers at Alameda Square.
Since the 1970’s a lot of rich and famous from all over the world have visited or even made their homes in Marbella. Stars like Sean Connery and Rod Stewart lived here, and Antonio Banderas has a villa in Marbella. Today on the Golden Mile houses the richest people in the world.
Marbella is located in Andalusia, an autonomous region in southern Spain. It has a mild climate, with warm days in the summer months, from June to August. Málaga Airport is a forty minute drive from the city. If you do not have your own transportation, then buses or official metered taxi can help you to get to and from the airport. If you do decide to rent a car, you should keep in mind that parking in Marbella is expensive.
Marbella is the jewel in the Costa del Sol. It offers an attractive combination of beautiful beaches, luxury and historic charm. All you need for an unforgettable break.
Located in Marbella City Centre, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within a 5-minute walk of Venus Beach, Bajadilla Beach, and Church of the Incarnation. Marbella Marina and Museo del Grabado are also within 10 minutes.
A short stroll from Marbella's beach and casino, H10 Andalucia Plaza is a 15-minute walk from the shops and yachts of Puerto Banús, as well as from Ocean Club, one of Europe’s top party spots. Guests can grab a taxi and reach the cobblestone streets of downtown Marbella's Old Quarter in 12 minutes.
Directly on the beach, this peaceful, colonial-style property characterised by a wooden balcony façade is set amongst palm trees, 800 metres from Puerto Banus and six kilometres from Marbella.
This resort and spa is located 10 km from Marbella, and sits on acres of subtropical gardens bordering the golden-sands of Nikki Beach and the sparkling sea. There is a Tennis & Sports Club as well as several golf courses, all within a 10-minute drive from the hotel.
Andalusian village-style hotel set amidst lush gardens and waterfalls on Marbella's Golden Mile near sandy beaches.
Located in the middle of the Paseo Marítimo promenade, Gran Melia Don Pepe is an upscale getaway on Spain's sun-drenched southern coast. Guests can dine on local seafood at Fontanilla Beach, a 10-minute walk away, or visit the picturesque old churches and charming squares of Marbella's Old Quarter.
Located in Puerto Banus, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Centro Plaza, El Corte Ingles Shopping Center, and Puerto Banus Marina. Church of San Pedro and Basilica Vega Del Mar are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Rich with Andalusian ambience, this luxury hotel is located on the Costa del Sol's "Golf Mile," 5 km (3 mi) from Marbella and 13 km (8 mi) from Puerto Banús.