arbella, situated in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca, on the Costa del Sol, in the province of Malaga it has been renowned as a playground for the rich and famous. marbella with its Blue Flag sandy beaches and late nights in the old town around orange square and taking a stroll along the Seafront it is one of the jewels of the med holiday destinations.
The old town – or Casco Antiguo or Marbella was firstly constructed in the 10th-century and the Moorish castle walls can still be seen intwined with the newer construction, a throwback to its Arab heritage. with its narrow streets, flower-strewn balconies, bustling cafés and endless rows of great restaurants that offer a wide gastronomic tastes.
With an average of 320 days of blue skies a year, the sunshine coast lives up to its name. Whether you want to head out to sea or lounge on the beach all day, hence the Costa del Sol – The Sun Coast. Spanish cuisine is world renowned, and Marbella’s seafood expertise is one that is tried, tested and perfected by years of experience. With more than 25km of coastline, Marbella’s beaches are suited to every taste and budget. Many have been awarded blue flag status and are among the best in Spain.