Visiting Marbella you the chance to enjoy one of the most charming cities in Spain, renowned the world over. As well as the beaches, sun, leisure and luxury yachts, there are many more things to see in Marbella.
The Dali Sculptures are located on the beautiful Avenida del Mar, between the park with a fountain"Plaza de la Alameda" and the promenade in Marbella. Salvador Dali has no direct connection to Marbella, other than holiday visits and the his art pieces presented for everyone to visit out in the open day and night.
One of the nicest parts of the day is dawn, Why not sit by the sea and watch one of Marbella´s magical sunrises! Press the photo to see Marbella, Spain — Sunrise, Sunset, and Daylength times.
Each day is born with a sunrise
and ends in a sunset, the same way we
open our eyes to see the light,
and close them to hear the dark.
You have no control over
how your story begins or ends.
Discover Marbella by bike, go to Puerto Banus along the promenade, which is cycle-friendly. There are so many places to visit at your own pace. By pressing the photo you can read the Marbella blog Marbella blog
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The oldest part of Marbella is a real find. It’s a labyrinth of pedestrian streets that are laid with red tiles and car by paving.
One of my favourite places in Marbella, You can find shelter from the summer heat or just simply sit there at night and watch the world go by.
The promenade stretches from Marbella to San Pedro via Puerto Banus, so many bars and restaurants on the way. See the lovely views of the North African coast.
A great idea for outward bound types in the milder months is to scale the mountain behind the resort.
La Concha belongs to the Sierra Blanca coastal range and tops out above 1200 metres.
Wherever you are in Marbella you can't miss this brooding tree-less peak. Well worth a walk up there if you are feeling fit !
A step away from the heart of Marbella, you’ll find magnificent beaches where you can spend a pleasant day. Enjoy a relaxing swim, a pleasant walk along the seashore or along its promenade, savouring the flavours of the cuisine of its bars and beach bars.
At Marbella’s seafront the Mediterranean will be calling out to you, and fortunately, there are all kinds of ways to get out there.
If you’re a thrill-seeker you’ve got some companies based in Marbella port providing jet-skis, parasailing, wake-boarding and white-knuckle powerboat rides. Fancy a great boat trip to Puerto Banus.