Marbella - Things to See

© Michelle Chaplow Beautiful sights of Marbella
Beautiful sights of Marbella

Marbella boasts a wide variety of sights from the natural panorama of the Concha mountains and black sandy beaches of El Faro, to the Art and Architecture of the Neo Moorish Mosque. Not forgetting the iconic "Old Town" and the bustling Puerto Banus, you will never be short of things to see in Marbella.

 

 

Old Town & Orange Square

Partially surrounded by the ruins, old churches and fascinating shops and boutiques; at the heart of the old town is Orange Square. More >

Bonsai Museum

An exquisite exhibit of bonsai tress which is open daily. Said to be one of the best in the world. More >

Municipal Art Gallery

This art gallery always has a good selection of work by local artists.
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Roman Villa

To the west of Marbella is the remains of the Roman Villa at Rio Verde. It is noted for is well preserved mosaics. More >

Museum of Contemporary Engravings

This museum is the first of it's kind in Spain. More >

Promenade & Beaches

The extensive promenade is ideal to experience the traditional "paseo". More >

El Cable Teleferico

El Cable Teleferico is an overhead cable that transported buckets of iron ore down to ships offshore. More >

Marbella Mosque

This beautiful temple overlooks the golden mile just to the west of the city centre.
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Puerto Banus

Possibly the ultimate in coastal charisma. Puerto Banus marina is located just west of Marbella. More >

Antique Market

A mini "Rastro" where you can find everything from a wooden elephant to a woolly jumper. More >

Parks & Gardens

Marbella prides it's parks and gardens. Even the smallest open spaces have been carefullly and beautifully planted. More >

Roman Baths

The ruins of the roman bath houses are just a step from the beach at Guadalmina to the west of San Pedro. More >

Plaza Bocanegra

The copper-clad tower in the centre is often mistakenly called the Bronze Tower. Its true name is El Pirulí. More >

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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