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Exploring Marbella

Marbella is the place to go when you want to feel like a film star. With miles of incredible Mediterranean beaches and sunshine nearly every day of the year, Marbella serves as a magnet for the rich and famous. So why not grab that bikini and hit one of Marbella's 24 gorgeous beaches? With a long history as an important merchant town - the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, and Arabs all occupied the city - Marbella retains much of the architecture and cultural flavour that makes southern Spain such an interesting region. If you're looking for things to do in Marbella, visit the Casco Antiguo (old quarter) or head to Puerto Banús to party with the jet set and see luxury yachts filling the marina.

Accommodations in Marbella

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Marbella is the The Residence by Beach House Marbella, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Puerto Banús Luxury Penthouse in Marbella as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are some amazing options offering top-notch services and facilities. Check out Gran Hotel Guadalpin Banus and Puente Romano Marbella.

Sightseeing in Marbella

- Picasso's Birthplace

Famous painter Pablo Picasso was born and lived in the area, and 40 minutes to the east of the city, you can browse the house where he spent his childhood. Lined with self-portraits and his first artwork as a child, the building is a shrine to the artist. As well as this, the nearby Picasso Museum displays over 200 pieces of his work from his earliest studies right through to his last works in the 1970s.

- Puerto Banus

5km to the east of Marbella, Puerto Banus lets you experience the life of a film star. The famous port is a popular stopping point for super yachts and you can’t avoid spotting celebrities perusing the marina. Synonymous with wealth, extravagance and high-end fashion, it is a melting pot of designer shops and the best nightclub strip around. However, once your wallet has run dry, the Saturday morning market sells traditional local produce and classic souvenirs so you don’t go home empty handed. For those picture postcard snaps, Puerto Banus is a must, with the white Andalucian buildings and gleaming super yachts contrasting expertly with the turquoise waters and dazzling blue sky.

Transportation in Marbella

The historic center are compact enough to be explored on foot, but it is also recommended to rent a car so you can drive and explore the beautiful nearby towns.

Marbella travel guides

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