Marbella - See and Do

© Michelle Chaplow Beautiful sights of Marbella
Beautiful sights of Marbella

Things to See and Do in Marbella

Puerto Banús

Officially named Puerto Jose Banus, Puerto Banús is known as Costa del Sol's playground for the rich and wealthyMore >


Marbella offers many different sports activities and centres like bootcamps & gyms as well as football, cable ski, tennis etc...More >

Walking the Prom

The Paseo Maritimo (seafront promenade) is ideal to experience and join the Spanish in the traditional "paseo" More >

Parks and Gardens

There are a total of 6 different parks to enjoy in Marbella from beautifully paved meeting points to natural parks More >


Coach trip excursions from Marbella to Granada, Seville, Ronda and favourite places in Andalucia More >

Private Excursions

Private group tours Marbella to Ronda, Seville, Granada and Andalucia More >

Guided tours

Selection of guided tours in Marbella More >

Day trips by Car

Selection of day trip by car to surrounding villages, along the coast and to attractions More >


Guide to restaurants in Marbella with and without Michelin stars More >


Marbella is famous for its nightlife. Here are the hotspots. More >

Car hire

Car Hire in Marbella. Hire a special car for that special excursion. More >

Beach Clubs

Beach Clubs in Marbella. More >


All beaches along the coast of Marbella More >


Have you own beach barbeque. Here is how! More >


Golf in Marbella. More >


Shopping in Marbella including fashion, jewellery and markets. More >


Marbella actually has about half a dozen different MarketsMore >

Old Town & Orange Square

Partially surrounded by the ruins, old churches and fascinating shops and boutiques; at the heart of the old town is Orange Square. More >

Bonsai Museum

An exquisite exhibit of bonsai tress which is open daily. Said to be one of the best in the world. More >

Art Galleries

Listing of most of the private Art Galleries in Marbella More >

Municipal Art Gallery

This art gallery always has a good selection of work by local artists.
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Roman Villa

To the west of Marbella is the remains of the Roman Villa at Rio Verde. It is noted for is well preserved mosaics. More >

Roman Baths

The ruins of the roman bath houses are just a step from the beach at Guadalmina to the west of San Pedro. More >

Museum of Contemporary Engravings

This museum is the first of it's kind in Spain. More >

Walking and Hiking in Marbella

Walking and hiking in Marbella and the surrounding countryside More >

El Cable Teleferico

El Cable Teleferico is an overhead cable that transported buckets of iron ore down to ships offshore. More >

Marbella Mosque

This beautiful temple overlooks the golden mile just to the west of the city centre.
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Tourist Train

Take a ride around Marbella on the little tourist train More >

Old Watchtowers

Ever been curious about the old watchtowers on the coast More >

Plaza Bocanegra

The copper-clad tower in the centre is often mistakenly called the Bronze Tower. Its true name is El Pirulí. More >