More international than Málaga, the pace of this city offers a much more relaxed – and luxurious environment. A walking tour through the city will reveal the jewels of the Casco Antiguo, with its plethora of monuments, churches and museums, as well as quaint dining nooks with fresh, seasonal cuisine. A stroll on the boardwalk will encourage even the most finicky of appetites to be swayed to taste a gambas pil-pil, a spicy, garlicky dish that come sizzling to your seaside table.
As the sun dramatically drops on the horizon, Marbella gears up for an evening of fun and razzamatazz that more than lives up to its reputation! Full of clubs, bars and experiences, Marbella surpasses even the province´s capital when it comes time to play.
Marbella´s exuberant foliage and flowers intoxicate with their heady perfumes, mingling with aromas native to this coastal town. The sea tang, the flirty perfume of jasmine, all increasing as the temperature rises beneath the cloudless blue skies.
Marbella is a 45-minute drive away from the larger, more bustling city of Malaga, and one thing is for sure, Marbella more than lives up to its dazzling and bright reputation, as both a cultural hub and a happening town.