What to see in Marbella in one day?

 

Alameda Park Fountain.
Typical chapels of Andalusia.
Bars galore.
Our Lady of the Incarnation at dusk.
Fountain in the historic center of Marbella.
The wide street.
Historic center of Marbella.
Golf in Marbella.

Marbella offers visitors a big range of tourism products: cultural, leisure and enjoyment reality., and it is , without a doubt, one of the Costa del Sol’s major tourist centres near to Puerto Banús: main focal points for tourists in the town, + A dozen magnificent courses allow the golfer to play the sport before the unusual backdrop provided by the sea and the mountains.

Marbella is known as the playground of Europe’s rich and famous. If the Costa del Sol was conceived as Europe’s Florida, then Marbella is its Miami. Situated between Malaga and Gibraltar, this exclusive resort is where numerous international celebrities and royalty relocate for the summer, hiding out in private villas and exclusive five-star hotels, or on their luxury yachts. Hordes of British tabloid stars head down there for their holidays and can be spotted sporting their Melissa Odabash kaftans and gladiator sandals as they stroll through the town. You can find all the top designer emporiums here – Gucci, Versace, D&G, Dior – but it also has a pretty, well-preserved casco antiguo (old town) with Plaza de los Naranjos at its heart, and historic buildings, including a Moorish fort, and Roman remains (columns and a bridge).