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GPS coordinates
36°31’25.4″N 4°58’15.0″W
36.523731, -4.970841

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Discover Marbella

Celebrities in Marbella

First made fashionable amongst the jet set by Prince Alfonso de Hohenlohe in the 1950s – founder of the hedonistic Marbella Club Hotel – Marbella has retained its historic character and is still a firm favourite amongst the wealthy and well connected, including royalty and celebrities such as George Clooney, Eva Longeria, Julio Iglesias and of course local superstar Antonio Banderas. In 2013 it was voted as the most popular holiday destination amongst British travellers*.

What to do around Marbella

Andalucia boasts a number of wonderful sights and places to visit. Just a few minutes away, one can visit the charming city of Malaga, with a selection of fine art museums including that of Picasso. Should you venture further afield, the interior boasts the beautiful ciites of Granada, Cordoba and Sevilla, as well as, just a 45 minutes drive away, the impressive town of Ronda, brimming with traditional folklore and some of Spain’s finest wineries.

What to do in Marbella

Further activities include world class golf courses, horse riding, polo, tennis, go-carting, mountain tours and skiing – yes skiing! History buffs can tour Marbella’s Old Town and there is the opportunity for some serious retail therapy in the numerous designer boutiques. Not forgetting a seemingly endless choice of restaurants, bars and cafes. The main tourist information offices in and around Marbella are located at Plaza de los Naranjos (Old Town) Glorieta de la Fontanilla (Seafront Tourist Office)

Marbella’s beaches

Marbella’s sandy coastline is fantastic for water sports; surfing, swimming and sailing, you can take a cruise around Puerto Deportivo José Banús or hire a yacht to head further afield. Other popular waterside pastimes include chilling out in one of the many glamorous beach clubs, or tucking into some freshly caught fish in a traditional beachside chiringito or a stroll along the beautiful promenade known as the Paseo Maritimo.