OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO MARBELLA

Marbella is one of the most touristic municipalities thanks to its infrastructure and the services it offers. Located on the south of Spain, it is part of the province of Malaga.

As for its history, it could be a Phoenician settlement of those that abounded on the coast of the province of Malaga.

Its excellent weather, beaches, natural environment, sports complexes, luxury leisure and gastronomy are some of the attractions offered by this municipality of the Malaga coastline.

In Marbella, we also have popular festivals such as the fair and the celebrations of Marbella’s patron saint, San Bernabé. During a week, various activities and performances are developed and can be divided into two: the Daytime Fair, which began in the Old Town and is now held on Avda. Doctor Maíz Viñals, and the Nighttime Fair, which takes place in Arroyo Primero.

Marbella is also known for events such as the Starlite Gala, the most important charity gala in Spain. In Marbella, you will be able to enjoy activities such as walking through the Old Town, taking pictures next to the Castle walls, going for tapas or have fried pescaíto in a beach club and seeing the luxury yachts along the coast.

Discover the most important landmarks and cultural visits in Malaga that we have chosen for you in TUDESTINO.

OUR TOURIST GUIDE TO MARBELLA

Marbella is one of the most touristic municipalities thanks to its infrastructure and the services it offers. Located on the south of Spain, it is part of the province of Malaga.

As for its history, it could be a Phoenician settlement of those that abounded on the coast of the province of Malaga.

Its excellent weather, beaches, natural environment, sports complexes, luxury leisure and gastronomy are some of the attractions offered by this municipality of the Malaga coastline.

In Marbella, we also have popular festivals such as the fair and the celebrations of Marbella’s patron saint, San Bernabé. During a week, various activities and performances are developed and can be divided into two: the Daytime Fair, which began in the Old Town and is now held on Avda. Doctor Maíz Viñals, and the Nighttime Fair, which takes place in Arroyo Primero.

Marbella is also known for events such as the Starlite Gala, the most important charity gala in Spain. In Marbella, you will be able to enjoy activities such as walking through the Old Town, taking pictures next to the Castle walls, going for tapas or have fried pescaíto in a beach club and seeing the luxury yachts along the coast.

Discover the most important landmarks and cultural visits in Malaga that we have chosen for you in TUDESTINO.

Marbella in TUDESTINO

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