Marbella

Marbella Old Town

Marbella Old Town is partially surrounded by the ruins of an old Arab wall with narrow white washed streets, old churches and squares, as well as lots of fascinating shops and boutiques.

At the heart of Old Town is Orange Square, which dates back to 1485 and, according to Christian urban design, is surrounded by whitewashed houses and three historical buildings – the Town Hall, the Old Governor’s House and the Chapel (Hermitage) of Santiago. The gardens are full of brightly coloured flowers, orange trees and in the centre stands: King Juan Carlos 1. At the end of Nueva Street, where it joins Orange Square, stands a stone fountain which dates from the year 1504 when it was erected by the first Mayor of Christian Marbella.

Beaches & Promenade

In Marbella, you will find many beaches and promenades where you can relax during your vacation to the Costa del Sol.

Those with an interest in sunbathing may wish to consider the naturist beaches, like Artola Beach. The increased popularity of naturist beaches in Marbella and other parts of Costa del Sol can be attributed, in part, to the comfortable climate.

Some of the beaches located throughout Marbella are designated as Blue Flag. These beaches have met a strict set of standards for cleanliness, safety, and water quality. Among the Blue Flag beaches in Marbella are Linda Vista Beach and San Pedro de Alcantara Beach, the latter of which has a selection of restaurants along the promenade. Whether you are interested in trying water sports, relaxing on the promenade, or sampling the shops, you will keep as busy as you could want in Marbella. Based on your interests .

Shopping

There are a number of options for shopping whilst you are on holiday. In addition to a large selection of handcrafts, you can also find world-class fashions, jewellery, and home-decor items. Most of the shopping areas within Marbella are accessible by foot, so you can take a stroll down the street to buy gifts for friends back home and indulgences for yourself. From Ballyand Gucci to Malaga Plaza and many more, you can find anything you may need whilst you are on vacation.

Unique Marbella Shopping Opportunities!

In addition to the department stores you’ll find in Marbella, there are many unique neighbourhoods that offer their own shopping experiences. For example, Orange Square features many small shops and art galleries that you can browse during the day and evening. This area of Marbella has the feel of a small village rather than a large metropolitan centre, and you’ll find homes and small shops mixed in with each other. If you are seeking shopping in a more modern area, you may choose to head to Puerto Banus, just west of Marbella. Along with a shopping center and an El Corte Ingles department store, you will find a casino, cinema, and bustling nightlife.

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