Marbella city center is 15 minutes by car, where you can enjoy a 15 km long promenade that goes all the way to
San Pedro, with many beach restaurants where you enjoy some great local fish dishes.
The Old Town, also in the city center, is full of history and charm.
Well known as the playground for the rich and famous, Marbella has a cosmopolitan vibe and a well preserved Andalucian history along the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. Situated on the Costa del Sol in Spain, this chic holiday resort is a favorite among the wealthy who frequent the world-class restaurants, luxury hotels, championship golf courses, fashionable boutiques, opulent marina and vibrant clubs. This luxurious resort town has it all.
Marbella is full of history dating back to 1600 BC and this history is evident in charming, Old Town. 15th century castles and churches, flowered, wrought-iron balconies and modern, stylish establishments line the serene, narrow streets.
The famous Plaza de los Naranjos (Orange Square) is a cluster of traditional, outdoor restaurants, tapas bars, café’s and orange trees. Privately owned boutiques specialize in everything from olives and homeopathic produce to exclusive Spanish designers. Strolling among the mix of old and new, Old Town is a tranquil setting. However, when the sun sets, the vibe transforms and Orange Square becomes a pulsating hub of nightlife with a wide range of party atmosphere.