Some things to do in Marbella in summer

Located on Spain’s glorious Costa del Sol, where Andalusia meets the Mediterranean Sea, Marbella stands out for its unique combination of adventure, entertainment, spectacular shopping, 5-star dining, and fashionable beach life.

Each year, jet-setters from around the world flock to this Spanish resort to soak up the sun and get a taste of quintessential Andalusia, but also to experience the ultimate in Mediterranean glitz and glamour at Marbella’s uber chic addresses.

Marbella offers its visitors a wide range of possibilities to spend, possibly, the most glamourous holidays in your lifetime. And there is no more glamourous way to visit the city than in one of the luxurious vehicles of Sitting comfortably, away from the boiling temperatures and being led by one of the expert guides of our company, whose knowledge of the place will make the visitor enjoy each and every corner of Marbella.

We offer a list of some things to do in Marbella (of course the offer of the Andalusian city ranges much further).

If somehow you only have time for one quick stop you must visit the Old Town. The picturesque maze of narrow streets that comprise the city’s Casco Antiguo revolves around a delightful Castilian renaissance square – Plaza de los Naranjos. Here, a number of pavement cafes and restaurants litter the romantic enclosure, serving traditional food and beverages in the shade of fragrant orange trees.

Puerto Banús is another must of this city. Whether you’re a jet-setter or just want to catch a glimpse of how the rich and famous play on the sunny Costa del Sol, Puerto Banus is definitely the place to go. The most fashionable marina in Spain lies six kilometres southwest of Marbella and offers everything from sandy beaches and high-end shopping to exclusive restaurants and amazing nightlife.

Marbella and the surrounding area are packed with a variety of themed parks, from zoos and water parks to fabulous fairgrounds that entertain visitors of all ages. The closest to Marbella center, however, is the Funny Beach, an enjoyable amusement park with go-karts, electric cars, video games, and many exciting children’s rides. Thanks to its convenient location on the beach, the park plays host to a nice chiringuito where you can have a snack and a cold drink, as well as a pretty good range of watersports, such as water skiing and banana rides.

With so many exciting activities on offer, it’s sometimes easy to forget that Marbella is actually a beach destination. The elegant town offers a glorious coastline divided into 24 fine sandy beaches, most of them packed with excellent leisure and watersports facilities.

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