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Holidays to Marbella

Introduction

Marbella is a curious mix of an ancient Spanish village and modern cosmopolitan coastal city. The resort caters to all types of visitors, including the rich and famous who use the scenic marina to dock their luxury yachts. The old centre of town is a historic wonder, with Moorish and Andalusian architecture and narrow streets that are home to art galleries, inviting cafes, stylish restaurants, and exclusive boutiques. Despite its reputation as a glamorous and polished resort, Marbella still offers visitors plenty of opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy the blue skies and fresh air and take in some culture and history.

What to do in Marbella

The beaches in Marbella have major appeal for travellers. Here you can find 26 kilometres of dark and golden sand beaches, many of which have European Blue Flag status for cleanliness and quality. Along the sands there are many small food stalls selling traditional seafood dishes such as fried fish and grilled sardines. In addition, visitors can go swimming, snorkelling, parasailing, or sailing in the waters here.

Marbella holidays

Visitors on a holiday to Marbella are highly recommended to take a stroll through the old town to see traditional Spanish architecture and historic buildings. The Orange Square is a section of the city that dates back to the 15th century and features old churches, a Moorish castle, whitewashed houses, and Gothic design elements. Alameda Park is another interesting part of the city for its intriguing dream-like sculptures by Salvador Dali and the lush green Mediterranean foliage.

Perhaps the biggest draw for visitors on a holiday to Marbella is the profusion of world-class restaurants, cafes, and bars that line the streets. The promenade on Avenida del Mar is a particularly good spot to find fine eating establishments serving excellent Spanish cuisine, traditional tapas, superb international fare, and enticing wines and cocktails. Many restaurants have small terraces where you can enjoy the sunshine and watch the crowds go by.

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