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Marbella is one of the most beautiful holiday towns in Europe. Located in southern Spain, this gorgeous municipality is part of the famous Costa del Sol region. Magnificently positioned right on the Mediterranean Sea, Marbella is widely known for its enjoyable climate, gorgeous views and delicious food making it a destination that everyone must see at least once in their lifetime.
Because visitors can expect morethan 300 days of sunshine every year, there is always something to do outside so that the beautiful scenery can be enjoyed to the fullest. This is why Marbella is one of the most famous jet-set resorts and thus considered a playground for the rich and famous. Because of the very mild winter climate, Marbella is one of the best places in Europe for anyone to spend their time.
Marbella is also very rich in culture making the museum a must see, especially for those who have an interest in history and learning how the town the Marbella came to be. The archaeological heritage continues on in this small town that still places a lot of importance on its history, making a day of exploring museums and learning about this beautiful town a great way to spend the day.
Places of Interest
A few of the more popular places of interest include:
~Old Town (Casco Antiguo) - Visit this ancient walled town that is almost exactly the same as it was in the 16th century. One of the main attractions here includes the Hermitage of the Holy Christ of the True Cross, which was created in the 15th century and renovated in the 18 century.
~Historic Eixample - This quaint botanical garden has many beautiful sculptures and fountains on display for all to enjoy.
~Beaches - The many miles of the Marbella coastline have allowed the beach to be divided into many different sections. Some beaches have a focus on surfing, while most beaches are for simple lounging and enjoying the view. And there are even different variations of sand for those who like a particular type. All of the beaches in Marbella are in compliance when it comes to water quality and safety.
It is easy to get around in the town of Marbella due to the fact that there are many transportation services available. A town bus runs right along the coast, and there are plenty of clean and safe taxis that can take you directly to your destination. Taxi transfers are probably the best way to get back to Malaga airport as the bus can be tedious.
Because Marbella is situated right on the coast, traditional cuisine is going to be based on seafood. Bakeries are also quite common, with specialty baked goods including delicious treats like oil cakes, fried rolls, churros and donuts.
Many of the hotels in Marbella are considered to be the cream of the crop, with many winning awards for best service and travelers choice.
~La Ville Marbella
~Marbella Heights Boutique Hotel
~Marriotts Marbella Beach Resort
~Vinci Seleccion Estrella del Mar
~Hotel Claude Marbella
~Hotel Marbella Club
~Hotel Don Pepe
There are many choices for dining out in Marbella with the following restaurants ranking in the top 5.
~Ban Thai Restaurant
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