The Old Quarter and the Plaza de los Naranjos
Marbella is paradise for those who love the beach and glamour, but the Old Quarter and the famous Plaza de los Naranjos, with its surprising narrow white lanes are not to be forgotten. As you wander along them you will discover the charm of the typical Andalucian village that once was. Do not forget to visit the old city walls and churches.
Perfect for shopping
The shops and restaurants make the centre the perfect place to go shopping and enjoy the local cuisine in a truly Andalucian environment.
A long stroll by the sea
Marbella has a long promenade which connects the city to the fishing port, Puerto Banus and San Pedro. Ten kilometres long, you can go for a walk, run or ride a bike while you get to know a large part of Marbella’s coastline.
Puerto Banus, the most famous in Europe
Puerto Banus is a luxury marina where you can contemplate the most ostentatious vessels alongside exclusive top-range cars. Members of the jet set from all over the world meet in this enclave renowned for its parties and glamour.
Costa del Sol, Costa del Golf
Marbella has approximately thirty golf courses to offer players; not for nothing is the Costa del Sol also known as the Costa del Golf. Its privileged microclimate means that the temperature is stable and it is possible to play golf in comfort even in winter when other European courses are frozen over.