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Soak up the sun on Spain's Costa Del Sol
Probably the first thing that comes to mind when contemplating Marbella is its world-renowned vibrant nightlife. Yet, this sun-drenched destination in Spain's Costa del Sol is so much more than its famous party scene. Marbella is a city with a rich history, reflected in glorious remnants that range from beautiful Roman ruins to mighty castles to imposing churches. It's also graced with an utterly picturesque Old Town where time seems to have stood still and spectacular beaches with glistening crystal-clear waters that invite you to swim in their vastness or enjoy long walks on the sand, with the sea breeze caressing your face.
Route for Marbella tour
Speaking of walking, one of the most pleasant things to do in Marbella is to stroll along the city's marvelous promenades, taking in the gorgeous seascapes and mingling with locals and fellow travelers alike, especially at sunset. When it comes to hospitality, Marbella takes center stage with its high-end accommodations and facilities. Apart from all its other charms though, Marbella also boasts a prime location between Malaga and Gibraltar, the ideal gateway to Andalusia for anyone eager to explore the wonders of this sunny region in Southern Spain on easy day trips.

Things to do in Marbella

If you're visiting Marbella in a warm weather season you'll undoubtedly want to enjoy some beach time and maybe some water-based sports, but you'll also find Marbella is a wonderful base for exploring Andalusia, with many small group day trips available departing from nearby Malaga, and private tours with hotel pickup an option too.
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