Located on Spain’s Costa del Sol, facing the Mediterranean Sea, Marbella stands our glorious with a host of activities to offer. Whether you are looking for a great destination to enjoy your holiday or even live and work there, Marbella is the perfect destination for you. From going chartering a luxury yatch and a buggy safari to segway tours, you will have unlimited fun a great selection of things to do in Marbella. If you are planning on a holiday, here are some of the top things to do in Marbella.
A day at the beach
Your journey to Marbella won’t be complete without visiting Marbella beaches regardless of what time of the year it is. This area boasts of one of the best sandy beaches that are surrounded by lovely bars popularly known as Chiringuitos. On your visit to one of these many Chiringuitos, you will get a chance to enjoy some of the fantastic traditional foods including the ’tapas’’. The most popular beaches include the Venus, El Faro, and the La Fontanilla beach all in the city centre. All these beaches area clean and very safe to swim. Also worth visiting is one of the many beach clubs in articular plaza beach marbella
Have fun in the themed parks
If you are looking for family fun, the themed parks of Marbella have enough to keep both you and the kids entertained. From zoos and water parks to fabulous fairgrounds for entertaining visitors, Marbella is surrounded by a variety of themed parks. The Funny beach is one of the closest to the Centre and features a pool, video games, electric cars, go-karting tracks, a restaurant and a bar. You will also find a range of themed parks such as the Sea Life Centre, Tivoli World, and the Butterfly Park in the coastal town of Benalmadena. The parks are perfect for having snacks and engaging in water sport such as water skiing.
Roam Marbellas old towns
One of the top things to do in Marbella that many tourists fail to discover is visiting the historic town of Casco antiguo. This old gem of Marbella is located near the city centre just up the main street which runs through Marbella. The picturesque old town features ancient architecture with narrow streets that are filled with arts, galleries, and boutique shops. There are plenty of restaurants, innumerable bars, and a beautifully and typically Andalucian square in its centre full of orange trees known as the Orange square.
Thanks to the pleasant climate all year round and the large number of high-quality golf courses, Marbella’s Golf valley is one of the great golf destinations in Europe. It features more than 15 golf clubs with some of the most prestigious being Los Naranjos Golf club, La Quinta Golf & Country club, and the well known El Paraiso. Most of the golf clubs located here were designed by the very best artistes in this field.
Go to the market
For those people who are shopaholics, Marbella is full of heaps of street markets in the city and the surrounding area. The streets are packed with boutiques and small shops selling shoes, accessories, clothes, and unusual gifts. Heading to Puerto Banus, you will find incredible shops with designer labels and an up market shopping complex with high quality items. There is also a host of restaurants and bars that you can check in for an evening out.