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A visitor who arrives without prior knowledge will surely be surprised by the Old Quarter of Marbella, as it is not common for a city that is linked by choice to the modern world and large scale tourism to have managed to preserve the imprint of the past in an equal or greater degree than those localities whose fame is based on the historic and artistic legacies that they have inherited. The street plan of this part of the city preserves the irregular layout that is characteristic of the Arabic era, although some of its narrow streets open onto plazas designed immediately after the Christian Conquest. Of its ancient heritage special note should be taken of the Alcazaba or the Castle, in whose interior the original Arabic city was concentrated. Los Naranjos Plaza (Plaza of the Orange Trees) is the result of the urban reorganisation carried by the conquerors. The Ayuntamiento (City Hall) stands on this beautiful plaza. It was built in the sixteenth century and enlarged in the eighteenth. Even older than the Ayuntamiento is the Casa del Corregidor (House of the Magistrate), adjoining the Capilla de Santiago Apóstol (Chapel of Saint James the Apostle), both of which were built in the sixteenth century. The attraction of Los Naranjos Plaza, however, does not lie exclusively in the aforementioned noble buildings but also in the way it continues in a sense to be the nerve centre of the old city. Numerous establishments of all types confer upon this corner of Marbella a distinctive atmosphere, and its broad and well-planned terraces are always filled with tourists who generally choose this place for a short rest after their tour of the historical district. The former Hospital Bazán (sixteenth century) today houses the Museo del Grabado Español (Museum of Spanish Engraving), considered the best of its type in Spain. Not very far away from this complex of monuments stands La Encarnación Church, a temple of huge dimensions whose construction dates back to the seventeenth century. Despite the historical and artistic value of these buildings, however, the Old Quarter of Marbella is above all a refuge of enchantment and tranquillity where the nobility of its buildings mixes with charming establishments and bustling terraces, all in a context of cosmopolitanism and tradition that blend with the naturalness that comes from having always coexisted.
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Old Town
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A visitor who arrives without prior knowledge will surely be surprised by the Old Quarter of Marbella, as it is not common for a city that is linked by choice to the modern world and large scale tourism to have managed to preserve the imprint of the past in an equal or greater degree than those localities whose fame is based on the historic and artistic legacies that they have inherited. The street plan of this part of the city preserves the irregular layout that is characteristic of the Arabic era, although some of its narrow streets open onto plazas designed immediately after the Christian Conquest. Of its ancient heritage special note should be taken of the Alcazaba or the Castle, in whose interior the original Arabic city was concentrated. Los Naranjos Plaza (Plaza of the Orange Trees) is the result of the urban reorganisation carried by the conquerors. The Ayuntamiento (City Hall) stands on this beautiful plaza. It was built in the sixteenth century and enlarged in the eighteenth. Even older than the Ayuntamiento is the Casa del Corregidor (House of the Magistrate), adjoining the Capilla de Santiago Apóstol (Chapel of Saint James the Apostle), both of which were built in the sixteenth century. The attraction of Los Naranjos Plaza, however, does not lie exclusively in the aforementioned noble buildings but also in the way it continues in a sense to be the nerve centre of the old city. Numerous establishments of all types confer upon this corner of Marbella a distinctive atmosphere, and its broad and well-planned terraces are always filled with tourists who generally choose this place for a short rest after their tour of the historical district. The former Hospital Bazán (sixteenth century) today houses the Museo del Grabado Español (Museum of Spanish Engraving), considered the best of its type in Spain. Not very far away from this complex of monuments stands La Encarnación Church, a temple of huge dimensions whose construction dates back to the seventeenth century. Despite the historical and artistic value of these buildings, however, the Old Quarter of Marbella is above all a refuge of enchantment and tranquillity where the nobility of its buildings mixes with charming establishments and bustling terraces, all in a context of cosmopolitanism and tradition that blend with the naturalness that comes from having always coexisted.
Lugares emblemáticos
Around the city are remains of prehistoric settlements dating to the Neolithic Age, including the rock paintings of Cueva de la Pileta. Ronda was, however, first settled by the early Celts, who called it Arunda in the sixth century BC. Later Phoenician settlers established themselves nearby to found Acinipo, known locally as Ronda la Vieja, Arunda, or Old Ronda. The current Ronda is of Roman origins, having been founded as a fortified post in the Second Punic War, by Scipio Africanus. Ronda received the title of city at the time of Julius Caesar.
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Ronda
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Around the city are remains of prehistoric settlements dating to the Neolithic Age, including the rock paintings of Cueva de la Pileta. Ronda was, however, first settled by the early Celts, who called it Arunda in the sixth century BC. Later Phoenician settlers established themselves nearby to found Acinipo, known locally as Ronda la Vieja, Arunda, or Old Ronda. The current Ronda is of Roman origins, having been founded as a fortified post in the Second Punic War, by Scipio Africanus. Ronda received the title of city at the time of Julius Caesar.
Puerto Banus is an upmarket resort located six kilometres to the south of Marbella which was built by Jose Banus in 1970. Banus is a resort to see and be seen and mix with the extremely wealthy. The focal point of Puerto Banus is its marina with close to 1000 berths, the King of Saudi-Arabia has his luxurious yacht moored there. Behind the marina are a variety of bars, pubs, restaurants and boutiques. Here you will find some well known names such as Chanel and Christian Dior.
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Puerto Banús
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Puerto Banus is an upmarket resort located six kilometres to the south of Marbella which was built by Jose Banus in 1970. Banus is a resort to see and be seen and mix with the extremely wealthy. The focal point of Puerto Banus is its marina with close to 1000 berths, the King of Saudi-Arabia has his luxurious yacht moored there. Behind the marina are a variety of bars, pubs, restaurants and boutiques. Here you will find some well known names such as Chanel and Christian Dior.
Benahavis is a beautiful inland, whitewashed town in one of the most mountainous areas in the western Costa del Sol; as such it offers some of the most remarkable and picturesque views to be had. The town is typical of these Moorish routes, narrow and winding back streets ending in town squares. It has its origins in Al Andalus, the Moorish kingdom, which at its height covered almost the entire of the Iberian Peninsula. The area around Benahavis is prestigious, largely due to its proximity to the coastal resorts of Marbella and Puerto Banus. Benahavis' outlying area is home to nine golf courses and numerous restaurants, often cited as the dining room of the Costa del Sol. Benahavis is located inland midway between the costal towns of Estepona (20 kilometres) and Marbella (20 kilometres) near to the beautiful Sierra de las Nieves yet still close to the coast.
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Benahavís
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Benahavis is a beautiful inland, whitewashed town in one of the most mountainous areas in the western Costa del Sol; as such it offers some of the most remarkable and picturesque views to be had. The town is typical of these Moorish routes, narrow and winding back streets ending in town squares. It has its origins in Al Andalus, the Moorish kingdom, which at its height covered almost the entire of the Iberian Peninsula. The area around Benahavis is prestigious, largely due to its proximity to the coastal resorts of Marbella and Puerto Banus. Benahavis' outlying area is home to nine golf courses and numerous restaurants, often cited as the dining room of the Costa del Sol. Benahavis is located inland midway between the costal towns of Estepona (20 kilometres) and Marbella (20 kilometres) near to the beautiful Sierra de las Nieves yet still close to the coast.
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Estepona
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Golf
Costa del Sol is also called "Costa del Golf” with an abundance of golf courses.
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Aloha Golf Club
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Costa del Sol is also called "Costa del Golf” with an abundance of golf courses.
CLUB DE GOLF FINCA CORTESIN
Beach
Ocean Club is the original classic beach club in Marbella – a reference for style, modern luxury and an atmosphere that has made it famous as one of Europe’s chic favourites for relaxing, partying and enjoying the best that summer has to offer. It all happens around a huge saltwater pool, where super-comfy, extra large sun beds are ranged on a beautiful pool deck overlooking sea and pool. It’s a world of blues and whites – the blue of the water and the sky against the cool whites of the beach club. Order waiter service at your sun bed or relax with a cocktail or sisha pipe at the bar as the DJs create a relaxing summer chill ambience that gradually turns into a party atmosphere. Daytimes are easygoing, with a quality restaurant and massages, while our themed parties are famous for being as glamorous as they are exciting and lively. Live music, dancers, entertainers and beautiful people make it an experience to remember.
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Ocean Club Marbella
s/n Av. de Lola Flores
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Ocean Club is the original classic beach club in Marbella – a reference for style, modern luxury and an atmosphere that has made it famous as one of Europe’s chic favourites for relaxing, partying and enjoying the best that summer has to offer. It all happens around a huge saltwater pool, where super-comfy, extra large sun beds are ranged on a beautiful pool deck overlooking sea and pool. It’s a world of blues and whites – the blue of the water and the sky against the cool whites of the beach club. Order waiter service at your sun bed or relax with a cocktail or sisha pipe at the bar as the DJs create a relaxing summer chill ambience that gradually turns into a party atmosphere. Daytimes are easygoing, with a quality restaurant and massages, while our themed parties are famous for being as glamorous as they are exciting and lively. Live music, dancers, entertainers and beautiful people make it an experience to remember.
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Besaya Beach
Km. 176 Ctra. Nacional 340
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Chiringuito Victors Beach Marbella
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Nikki Beach Marbella - Restaurant & Beach club
km 192 Carretera de Cádiz
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Sonora Beach Bar
6 Los Granados Playa
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La Sala By The Sea
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Mahiki Beach
361 Av. Duque de Ahumada
Night Life
La Suite combines all the ingredients of a great night out. The club interior design is outstanding with an incredible outdoor area as well. The staff are extremely friendly and the DJ is really skilled.
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La Suite club Marbella
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La Suite combines all the ingredients of a great night out. The club interior design is outstanding with an incredible outdoor area as well. The staff are extremely friendly and the DJ is really skilled.
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OLIVIA VALERE
Km 0.8 Carretera de Istán
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Seven Puerto Banus
Funky Buddha Puerto Banus
Tibu
103 Av. de Julio Iglesias
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News Café
1P Calle Ribera
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Gastronomía
MOMO Marbella Golden Mile
30 Av. Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso de Hohenlohe
Inimitable
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Casanis Restaurante
8 C/ Ancha
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El Chiringuito Puente Romano
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Los Abanicos
17 Calle Malaga
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Spanish tapas
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Arco Tapas Bar
14 Calle Peral
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Lekune Bar de Pintxos
Local 1 Avda. Fontanilla
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Bar Restaurante El Patio De Mariscal
3 Calle Virgen de los Dolores
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La Taberna del Pintxo
7 Av. Miguel Cano
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