Old Town Marbella

Old Town Marbella is a must see. With it's maze of beautiful cobbled streets. Mediterranean terracotta roofs on whitewashed and colourful buildings.

In the heart of this little Spanish town is the magical little square Plaza de los Naranjos with a typical Andalucian town hall and the usual plethora of eateries, ice cream stalls and boutiques with tall narrow shaded streets radiating off in all directions filled with all kinds of interesting little shops churches, bodegas, tapas bars and more squares.

This is a place you will definitely want to visit more than once!

Puerto Banus

Puerto Jose Banus is a famous boating and tourist destination, filled with an abundance of fabulous yachts, boats, supercars, restaurants and top end designer shops filled with the latest fashions, shoes and handbags.

This place is glamorous and glitzy and is a great place to people watch with either a chilled drink, coffee or ice cream, this place never disappoints as there is always so much to see.

Marbella Paseo Maritimo

The Paseo Maritimo,  as it is known locally, is the promenade which seems like an endless and carefree walk stretching from Puerto Banus to Marbella town. Take a delightful stroll along this wide boulevard lined with palms trees, aloe plants, colourful bougainvillea and everything else Mediterranean, overlooking the miles of beautiful golden sands, bright blue sea and azure skies with the backdrop of la Concha mountain on the other side and you will never want it to end, it will draw you back time and again. 

There is an abundance of beach bars, beach clubs,  restaurants, chiringuitos and places to stop and rest and take in the fabulous vistas.

This is definitely one of the many jewels in Marbella's crown.