Things to do in Marbella

The exotic city of Marbella is one of the unique tourist destinations. It is one of the very few places in the world that can offer a wholesome tourism experience. The crystal clear beaches, restaurants with Michelin stars, the luxurious yachts and a lot of other entities makes Marbella one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world.

This is the reason why even high profile people from the film industry, sports personalities, and socialites hang out at Marbella. Well just because the place is filled with the beaches, restaurants, bars, and pubs, it does not mean that there is nothing else to do. The place has a lot to offer to all kinds of people. Here are some of the things that you should do during your visit to Marbella.

Old Town

The Old Town of Marbella is something that will amaze you in every aspect. Even the pedestrian walks are beautiful with red stones. All the buildings are whitewashed with terracotta roofs.  One of the most beautiful aspects of the Old Town is that it is filled with flowers all over the place. The houses are constructed perfectly with the required spacing. Make sure to drop in at the Plaza de Los Naranjos. Another interesting aspect of the Old Town is that the whole place absolutely spotless. You can literally see the tiles shining in the sun.

Old Town

Alameda Park

The Alameda Park is located just a few steps away from the south of the Old Town.  The marble-paved walkways and fountain by the side is an absolute treat for the eyes. There are benches by the side of the walkways that are made with classic Andalusian hand printed tiles. Just spend a few minutes on the park, and you will definitely feel refreshed.

Resort beach

The city of Marbella has a coastline of seventeen miles. There are almost twenty beaches in Marbella. Every beach is well protected with lifeguards and is properly maintained by the government. Some of the beaches have crystal clear water and golden sand.  You can find restaurants and bars nearby the beaches that serve delicious food and amazing cocktails. During the peak holiday seasons, the beaches are jam-packed.

Avenida del Mar

The Avenida del Mar is a beautiful walkway that starts from the Alameda Park and ends at Playa de la Venus, which is next to the Marbella’s marina.  It is a pedestrian avenue that is filled with the perfectly trimmed palm trees and amazing public art. Make sure to take a look at the bronze sculptures. There are a lot of shops, bars, and restaurants throughout the walkways.


 Museum of Spanish contemporary Engraving

The Museum of Spanish contemporary Engraving is located in the oldest part of the Marbella. The Museum was actually a palace that was built in the sixteenth century. There are around 4000 collections of the Spanish carvings, antiques, and lithographs.