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All about Marbella & Puerto Banus

Marbella Holiday Guide What is now the second largest city in the province of Málaga hosted its first few settlers in the Palaeolithic period, as is shown by the tools and weapons found at Coto Correa, in the area of Las Chapas, and in the Pecho Redondo cave (from the Neolithic period), in the southern foothills of the Sierra Blanca range. There is no trace of any other civilisation until late in the...

Marbella is steeped in a wealth of fantastic history

Our guide provides a brief introduction to the history of Marbella Marbella has an incredibly diverse history, which can be traced back to thousands of years BC. Human remains have been discovered from the Paleolithic and Neolithic ages on the Sierra Blanca mountains, and Phoenician and Punic settlements existed in Rio Real, Marbella during the 7th Century BC. As many a local historian will tell you, the...

Top 10 places to go in Marbella

Things to do in Marbella   If you are lucky enough to be planning a holiday on the Costa del Sol this year, make sure you visit Marbella and Puerto Banus where you will find a vast range of great places to go.   Our top 10 list of places to see in Marbella include:   1. The Old Town of Marbella The old part of Marbella is situated north of the main road at the eastern end of the town, and tourists can...

Fabulous Puerto Banus

Guide To Puerto Banus Definitely one of the slickest and most glamorous resorts in Europe, Puerto Banus continues to attract the jetset from all over the world who return each year to enjoy the beaches, the restaurants and the warm Marbella climate. José Banus first built the Marina as a place for the world´s aristocrats to come and play, relax and enjoy the sunshine, and Puerto José Banus first...

Nueva Andalucia

Nueva Andalucia and Puerto Banus – the best of Marbella Famous for being two of the most elegant destinations in Spain, if not Europe, Puerto Banus and Nueva Andalucia, Marbella, attract thousands of visitors every year to their sunny shore. Massive construction may have taken place all along the coast in the 1970's but these are two destinations which have retained their charm and elegance throughout...

Elviria, Marbella

Things to see and do in Elviria, Marbella   If you are lucky enough to be spending a holiday in Elviria, Marbella, you will find plenty of great restaurants, bars and entertainment venues on the doorstep without having to travel far.   Elviria adventure If you are spending a family holiday in Elviria, take a trip to Amazonia Adventure. This adventure park opened in 2011, is the largest adventure park in...

Nikki Beach bar Marbella

Nikki Beach Bar in Marbella   On the south coast of Spain, Marbella is a resort which is highly sought after, providing luxury accommodation, gourmet restaurants and a wonderful climate all year round.    Nikki Beach is set on the very edge of one of the most beautiful white sandy beaches in the region, offering guests views of the sparkling crystal-clear Mediterranean waters fringed by lush green palm...

Holidays in Andalucia

Andalucia is one of the most unique and beautiful regions in the southern part of Spain. With an easy-going way of life and the highest peaks in Spain, Cordoba, Granada, Seville and Ronda, Andalucía can satisfy the cultural appetite of any visitor. It is the region for many cultural phenomena that are seen as distinctly Spanish; bullfighting, flamenco and the Mudejar architectural style. The region...

Holiday in Andalucia

Coast, city, mountains: Andalucia has an astonishing heritage which spans centuries, blends cultures and appeals to all generations. Though well known for it's Costa del Sol type holidays, there is a lot more to Andalucia than this. Holidays in Andalucia are a chance to sample the history and culture of Southern Spain, with its cross section of cultural influences. If you're after a city-based break...

Malaga, the tourism magnet of southern Spain

The city of Malaga can be found in Spain's Costa del Sol region and is famous for its stunning sandy beaches, interesting attractions and vibrant nightlife scene. While many people flock to Malaga in the summer months to soak up the sun on the beach, others are attracted by the area's rich history and architectural treasures. Read on to discover a little of the history of Malaga and what makes it so...

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