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Marbella is known around the world as a luxurious and beautiful destination. Located just 45 minutes from Pablo Picasso International Airport in Málaga; Marbella is easily accessible and visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.

Visiting Marbella is a unique experience. From shopping in its luxurious boutiques to dining in its distinguished restaurants, having fun in its beach clubs, and doing any kind of sport, the possibilities are endless.

Marbella’s picturesque Casco Antigo (Old Town) preserves the narrow winding streets of the old Moorish quarter just as they were when the town citadel fell to Spain’s Catholic Kings in 1485. This is the place to see typical Andalusian houses adorned with fresh flowers, discover magnificent architecture, and explore treasures from Marbella’s rich and colorful past.

One of the most glamorous residential areas in Marbella is the Golden Mile. The Golden Mile Marbella is a boulevard that is 8 kilometers (4.9 miles) long. It is lined with tropical gardens, exclusive shops and restaurants, lavish properties, and a lovely seafront promenade on the Costa del Sol.

San Pedro de Alcántara is in an ideal situation, just 10 kilometres west from all the glitz and glamour of Marbella, yet just a few minutes drive away from the natural beauty of the Sierra de Ronda mountain range and 20 km from the town of Estepona. An ancient farming community, once famous for sugar cane, today San Pedro is a refreshingly unspoilt pueblo with an appeal all of its own.

Puerto Banus is located in the Nueva Andalucia suburb of Marbella, 6km to the west of Marbella town centre, near the town of San Pedro de Alcantara.

Although it may at first appear as a developed old Spanish fishing village, Puerto Banus was in fact designed and built in 1970 by local property developer José Banús as a tourist complex with marina and shopping complex.

Puerto Banús is known as Costa del Sol’s playground for the rich and wealthy that come for the beaches, the beach clubs and the buzzing nightlife. The shops and restaurants reflect this expensive lifestyle, with plenty of designer names can be seen in Puerto Banus and the newer shopping areas nearby. If you enjoy people-watching you’ll never be short. If sports cars and big boats are more your thing there are also plenty of Ferraris and luxury yachts to admire. 


Whether you enjoy fine dining or traditional tapas, some of the best restaurants on the Costa del Sol can be found in Marbella, East Marbella, Puerto Banus and San Pedro de Alcantara. Traditional tapas bars, jostle with fish and seafood restaurants, beach bars, Michelin-star establishments and international diners. Whichever way you turn in Marbella, you’ll come across a restaurant.

If you want to eat and then party, you’ll find what you’re looking for in Marbella. Glamourous beach clubs, stylish cocktail bars, rowdy tapas until the early morning. You choose.


It’s only natural that a city as luxurious as Marbella offers an abundance of places to shop. One can shop for hours, catch a movie and have a meal at Marbella’s epic shopping Centre La Cañada. Situated just off the CN340 at the junction for Ojén, it is one of the largest shopping complexes on the coast and has over 150 shops.

Puerto Banus is a haven for shop-a-holics. With everything from one of the biggest Corte Inglés department stores in Spain and plenty of highstreet names, to top-end designer luxury brand boutiques, Puerto Banus is it all. There are several shopping centres, including Marina Banus and Centro Plaza, however you will find the majority of the town’s designer labels in the marina area, along Calle Ribera.

Alternatively, you can visit Avenida Ramon y Cajal in Marbella city centre and find luxury brands such as Burberry, Bvlgari, Cartier as well as Spanish high street shops. If none of that takes your fancy make your way to the old town and get lost in the maze of gorgeous streets and plazas full of boutiques.

There is also a local weekly street market every Monday from 9-2 pm at the fair site (Las Albarizas area). This quaint and long established mercadillo sells handmade jewelry, food and clothes.


Starting around June, the summer season in Marbella gets going and with it comes a host of festivals and parties. Events include a weekend of pure luxury, at the Marbella Luxury Weekend and the annual Marbella Feria, a week of flamenco, flounce and frivolity. The summer solstice is celebrated on the beach for La Noche de San Juan, where bonfires are lit all along the beaches of Marbella. These three events take place in June.

The world-renowned Starlite Festival comes to Marbella in July-August, bringing together musicians and artists from around the world in a series of concerts to raise money for charity.

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