Five minutes walking to the beach in Marbella area

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  • Villa
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 12

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 12

Type: Villa

Five minutes walking to the beach in Marbella area

Andalusian style villa with BBQ, private pool and outside jacuzzi. The terrace boasts a spacious dining area with BBQ for you to relax during the day or evening. The villa is set in sub-tropical gardens with a pool and comes with sunbeds for you to enjoy the Costa del Sol sun, perfect for slipping away from the pressures of the outside world.

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Five minutes walking to the beach in Marbella area
Marbella, Andalusia, Spain
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Marbella is unquestionably the heart of the Costa del Sol. This lively town is a year round international tourist attraction thanks mainly to its climate and superb facilities and infrastructure.
It is a beautiful city par excellence with plenty of greenery and well maintained narrow streets. You will feel the magic wandering through the bustling streets of the charming old town with its many typical Mediterranean village streets and the cities sandy beaches are great for a perfect holiday with family and friends.
The ruins found at several sites in the area confirm that it has been inhabited since the Paleolithic and Neolithic period. Further, you can find proof that Romans settled here by the Ionic capitals embedded in the ancient walls and other findings such as the Roman baths of Guadalmina and the remains of an early Christian church surrounded by a Visigoth necropolis prove continuous human presence in the area.

During the Islamic period and after the Normans laid waste to the coast of Málaga, Muslims build during the tenth century a castle to fortify the place as well as several watch towers and a fence to protect the city.
In June 11, 1485 the area became part of the Spanish Crown and the Catholic Monarchs made it capital of the region. It is at that time when Plaza de los Naranjos was built which then became the center of administrative and civil power of the city.
From the second half of the twentieth century Marbella became popular with the jet set and experienced a continued growth due to tourism and residential development for well heeled visitors.

The city has a significant cultural calendar with events that include the International Jazz Festival held in June and which is spread around different locations in the city, the Reggae Festival held in July and the International Opera Festival in Marbella in August. More recently the Film Festival has been held every October since 2006, as well as the Contemporary Art Festival.

Every year at the beginning of June, Marbella pays homage to its patron saint Bernard with a fair that lasts one week. The Marbella fair includes all the traditional elements of an Andalusian fair: food, drink, dancing, entertainment and of course, the trademark casetas (stands) that are set up just for the fair. If you are visiting the city during that time, do not miss it!
For shopaholics, the place to visit is the Port of José Banús, more commonly known as Puerto Banus, a luxury marina opened in 1970 which since then has become one of the biggest entertainment centers of the Costa del Sol, famous globally. Its streets are filled with exclusive boutiques such as Dior, Gucci, Versace, Bvlgari, Dolce & Gabbana etc.
In Marbella downtown you can also find a marina surrounded by the most visited beaches. After a nice walk on the promenade, the marina is the perfect place for a drink or for a bite to eat.
Do not miss the local markets: Marbella Street Market every Monday from 9am to 2pm at Las Albarizas area where you have available food, flowers and clothing.
San Pedro de Alcántara every Thursday from 9am to 2pm. Wide variety of stalls selling everything from bric-a-brac to vegetables and everything in between. Be prepared to haggle!
Every Saturday in Puerto Banús from 9am to 4pm. Excellent selection of antiques paintings vintage jewellery and furniture in a unique atmosphere. Arrive early and enjoy breakfast with the locals.
All tourist offices are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. You can get there all the available information on the attractions and places of entertainment.

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