Marbella Spain Delightful Summer in the City 2022 August Update

Marbella embodies culture, leisure, and glamour; it is one of the most exclusive cities in the Mediterranean and the pride of the Costa del Sol. Twenty-eight kilometres of coastline, four sports marinas, fourteen golf courses, and an exceptional climate come together to create a destination that can’t be matched.

Visiting Marbella is a unique experience. From shopping in its luxurious boutiques to dining in its distinguished restaurants, having fun in its beach clubs, and doing any kind of sport, the possibilities are endless. If relaxation is your priority, the city has many health and beauty centres, as well as a wide and exclusive range of hotels in its three main centres: Marbella, San Pedro de Alcantara, and Nueva Andalucía-Puerto Banús.

The Plaza de los Naranjos: located in the heart of the old town and belonging to the end of the 15th century, it is one of the first Christian designs created after the Reconquest. It was built in accordance with the existing tradition in Spanish cities, but without arcades. Here, you can find the Casa del Corregidor, the Town Hall, and the Hermitage of Santiago.

You can also find the Capilla de San Juan de Dios and the Hermitage of Santo Cristo de la Vera Cruz, both from the 16th century, and the Iglesia de la Encarnación, dated the 17th to 18th century, close by. The latter has a basilica plan structure that consists of three naves and a front door, carved in Rococo-style ochre stone, a true masterpiece. Inside, you can find the Major Sun Organ, from 1975, which is considered to be one of the most important organs built in Spain in the 20th century.

The historical centre still preserves the remains of the city wall, which enclosed the city during the Muslim period, and the Moorish Castle. You can see Roman columns embedded into one of the towers, located in Calle Trinidad, which reveals that construction materials from even older buildings were being recycled and re-purposed to create a defence structure.

When it comes to gastronomy, although Marbella is known for its haute cuisine restaurants, the “pescaíto frito” (fried fish) is the most traditional dish in local cuisine. Gazpacho and ajoblanco are also culinary highlights.

In Marbella, you can go for tapas in the historical centre or have a meal at a beach club or beach bar next to the sea. For more refined palates, the best alternative are the gourmet restaurants.

Date of recording
20 August 2022 Saturday

See · Feel · Enjoy Andalucía

00:00 In this video
01:00 Seaside Restaurants
04:58 Paseo Marítimo
10:22 Avenida Duque de Ahumada
18:24 Avenida Miguel Cano
21:50 Avenida Ramón y Cajal
23:13 C África
23:35 Plaza África
23:50 C Padre Francisco Echamendi
24:43 Plaza José Palomo
24:54 C San Juan de Dios
25:27 Capilla San Juan de Dios
25:40 C Caridad
26:04 Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación
27:01 Plaza de la Iglesia
27:44 C Carmen
28:26 C Ortiz de Molinillo
28:55 Plaza General Chinchilla
29:27 Plaza de los Naranjos
31:34 Plaza Fernando Alcala
31:55 Plaza de los Naranjos
34:35 Ermita de Santiago
34:48 C Valdés
36:08 C Padre Francisco Echamendi
36:31 Plaza África
36:48 C Fortaleza
37:21 C San Lázaro
38:17 Plaza de la Victoria
38:52 C Estación
39:52 C Pasaje
40:24 C Cruz
40:48 Plaza Puente Ronda
41:11 C Ancha
43:09 Plaza Santo Cristo
43:56 Outro


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