Marbella, situated in southern Spain is a picturesque place. Situated on the Costa de Marbella, the city is a beautiful coastal resort that is perched between cliffs and hills, dotted with old-fashioned shops and the most romantic landmarks of ancient architecture. Famous for its classic hotels and luxury villas, the capital of the Spanish countryside has something for every traveller’s taste.

If you want to experience Marbella’s richness and splendor, you can stay in a local locality. If you wish to take a break from the tourist attraction, you can also head over to one of the many beach towns. Alternatively, you can also rent a villa in one of the many pristine and idyllic chalets. Marbella also has many narrow, cobbled streets, lined with old houses, cafes and shops. You can also grab your time at the marina and spend a relaxing day enjoying the beauty of nature and the ocean.

When we think of Spanish cities, we never stop to consider that the beautiful Mediterranean beaches were once used by the Romans in the form of gladiatorial arenas. Since then, the region has always been enthralled by marvellous relics of the past. You can explore this history when you plan a trip to Marbella. Here are some of the most fascinating historical places in the area.  The Cathedral of Santiago de Los Cargados is a spectacularly constructed structure. It was built in the 14th century and is considered as one of the most beautiful Churches in Europe. This amazing cathedral is one of the few remaining examples of Gothic architecture in Spain. El Cocle is a fascinating area in Marbella. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At El Cocle, you can witness the rich history of the Spanish Inquisition. This ruined fortress is one of the most visited sights in the region.

Marbella is very popular as a tourist destination because of its unspoiled beaches and warm, blue waters. This place is home to many famous beaches, including Fachada, Balearica, Canoli, Camino Real, Canela, etc. All these beaches are known for their unique surroundings and warm sun, which make these beaches perfect for surfing.

Besides being home to famous beaches, Marbella also offers some spectacular sights and attractions for tourists. The elegant and ancient churches are well worth a visit. And the fountain in La Villa del Monte, which is over 400 years old, is the most impressive tourist site in the area. At all times, you can feel at home at local villas in Marbella. Find out more about the various accommodation options in Marbella.