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With its privileged climate, luxury accommodation, fabulous sports facilities and not forgetting the natural warmth of the town; Marbella is a destination to be reckoned with. There are many large cities near by with lots of cultural spots to visit: Malaga, Granada, and Sevilla, you're also facing the coast of Africa with frequent short trips leaving from Algerciras. Marbella is very accessible with two airports to choose from (Gibraltar & Malaga) excellent roads and not forgetting the luxury ports.

Previously a small Andalusian fishing-village is now transformed into one of the most exciting holiday resorts along the Mediterranean coast. The city has beautiful boulevards, parks and gardens, as well as romantic narrow lanes in the best Moorish or Andalusian tradition that make up Marbella.

The municipal district of Marbella is situated in the heart of the western Costa del Sol, between the sierras of the coastal mountain range and the sea to which it looks out along 23 kilometres of coast. Spain boasts a rich variety of delicious food that could only be brought about by its unique climatic and cultural diversity. Cuisine in Spain is family cooking and characterized by fresh ingredients. The paella (rice with shellfish), together with gazpacho and ajoblanco, cold soups, are the familiar dishes. The "pescaito frito" fried fish, has become a great attraction for visitors.

Festivals in Marbella

The traditional festivities continue to be the ones in honour of the patron, San Bernabé, in the month of June, and on the 20th of October.

The festivities of San Bernabé last almost a week and are similar to the ones in the capitals, including bullfights, and musical performances with famous singers and groups.

Must See in Marbella

In the town centre there are the remains of an Arab castle. There are interesting monuments from the 16th century, and the church of the Incarnation, from 1505.

The old part of town has practically the same style as it had in the 16th century. There are specialists in wood, marble, plaster and iron forging. Objects made of brass and copper, bronze and leather. Lacework and embroidery, clothes, macrame and jewelry are to be found everywhere. The port at nearby Porto Banus with its floating gin palaces and 'see and be seen harbour'.