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Marbella embodies culture, entertainment and glamour; it is one of the most exclusive cities in the Mediterranean and the pride of the Costa del Sol. Twenty kilometres of coastline, four marinas, sixteen golf courses and a privileged climate, make it a destination beyond compare. Perhaps that is why Julio Iglesias, Sean Connery, Antonio Banderas, Eva Longoria and Naomi Campbell (just a handful of the many famous faces that are seen here) do not think twice when choosing Marbella as their holiday destination.

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  • Puerto Banus

    Inaugurated in May 1970, Puerto Banús has become the focus of the National Tourist Interest on the Costa del Sol. Info + Pic:© 2018 Turismo y Planificación Costa del Sol S.L.U It is a meeting point for many public figures, and more than 4 million visitors come over every year. The port was awarded the Blue Flag in 2006.

  • Plaza de los Naranjos

    Designed after the Christian conquest of Marbella, you have a view of the Hermitage of Santiago, the Town Hall and the Casa del Corregidor, built between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. They are in the heart historic centre of the town, with its white houses and balconies bedecked with flowers.

  • Cortijo Miraflores Centre of Culture

    This 1704 mansion was a sugar cane press and mill. Today it houses the Museo del Aceite, rooms for temporary exhibitions, a library and a municipal art gallery. Behind the building, remnants of ovens and a rupestrian chapel from between the eighth and tenth centuries were found.

  • Cabopino - Artola Beach

    Playa de Artola - Cabopino in the municipality of Marbella is one of the best beaches in the Costa del Sol. It is one of the beaches in Malaga where you can feel a special sense of freedom and connection with nature. The landscape, dotted with stunning sand dunes and delicate natural vegetation like sea narcissus or junipers, will not leave you indifferent.

    Playa de Cabopino covers an area of 1,200 metres located in the Dunas de Artola, a valuable protected nature reserve in the heart of the Costa del Sol; in 2001, the Junta de Andalucía declared Artola Dunes Natural Monument.

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