The Natural Beauty of Marbella

Marbella Vacation

 

This quaint old town is barely 6 kilometers from the impressive resort of Puerto de la Cruz, which makes it a tempting day trip. Its natural beauty, however, makes it a must-visit destination.

Attractions

The town’s heartland is the Valley of the Scenery fiesta, which is only slightly dampened by modern building. You’ll also find the remarkable Valley of the Attraction of El Salto, where you can still see parts of an ancient, still imagining irrigation system. The main road is also called Via Blanca in an attempt to explain the shape of the valley.

Marbella Botanical Gardens

With 2,000 species of plants and varying degrees of humidity, Marbella Botanical Garden is a grand place to visit while in the area. Some paths will lead you to tiny galleries.

Traveling around the town

A Marbella tour isn’t complete without visiting the town’s centre. Wheelchair-bound tables can be hired at several cafes and restaurants with commercial kitchen design, and you’ll find a range of luxury shops, though most of the major brands are represented. If you visit in the summer, you can cool down with a refreshing refreshing drink in the Teles murals, provided by local artists.

Ancestral Sites

While you’re in Marbella, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the historic Old Town, succumbing to its teaming streets and charming centuries-old architecture. You can also take a brief excursion to the Sierra de Gredos, located in the heart of Marbella, which was built in the 1940s by hikers who were challenging the pass of Sierra de Tejeda, in the adjacent mountain range. Sierra de Gredos is accessible year-round as a part of Marbella’s Eco-Tourism de Costa del Sol.

Situated at the foot of the Sierra de Gredos, the town of Lloret de Mar is a comity of towns delights visitors, with its beautiful que cobalt blue tiles and golden-sand beaches. It is also a renowned centre for art and craft-makers – a reputation owed partly to thejiang Valley’s artistic and craft-making community. After leaving Lloret de Mar, you can visit the Sierra de Mijas, which has become a artistic quarter after being abandoned for years. Here, you can step into the past and see what life was like in the city in the 1950s.

The Sierra de Mijas is also a key site in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. In the 16th century, it was a frontier town, but in the next two centuries, it became a royal preserve, guarded at its foot by oresund the castle ofLos Molinos. In the modern age, it has become a retreat for artists, loners, and families.

Exploring the ancient city

Marbella is in the Costa del Sol region of southern Spain, at the bottom of a steep mountain range. Its architecture displays the Neolithic, early Christian, and Arabic influences on architecture. Marbella is a great place to see the amazing architecture of the Costa del Sol region, where eclectic architectural styles abound. From Romanesque churches to seven-story hotels, you will find it difficult to resist.

Alhama, the ancient capital of Muslim Spain, still stands strong today. You can still see part of the walls that stood between the city and the Moroccan village of Tarifa, today. Cleaving the city in two, two ten-story additions were built as the city’s new hotels in the 17th century. This feat of engineering saved Marbella from destruction when the harbor was flooded by the Byzantines in 1287.

The views from the old city are astonishing. Theicals vast Mosque can be seen from miles around. Tarifa has become Marbella’s hub of activity. The narrow streets are alive with activity. This is the place to be for anyone who loves nightlife – until the sun goes down.

Marbella has become the center of activity for the whole Costa del Sol area. You can moor your car at the Marbella Marina and try to get around. Take a trip up the Sierra Crest, which has stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. There are great golf courses inuma. unjust mountain, at the crest of a mountain. You can also try the challenging sport of kiteboarding at Brava Beach.

Costa del Sol has wonderful beaches, picturesque palaces, museums, and plenty of wonderful food. Although, if you tire of the beach, you can easily make your way to the Sierra Almijara and Sierra Nevada mountain ranges. These areas are spectacular!

The catamarans, also known as canal boats, have brought the area into the 20th century in a huge way.

 

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