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Villages in Málaga


Villages in Málaga


Marbella is considered the capital of the western Costa del Sol. Its privileged location at the foot of the Sierra Blanca, on the first line of the coast, provides excellent climatic conditions and great beauty, making it one of the most important tourist centres in Spain.

The municipality of Marbella is bounded on the north by the municipalities of Istan and Ojen, Benahavís to the northwest, Estepona on the west, and Mijas to the east.

Its origin dates back to Roman times, for which there is abundant archaeological evidence. Even so, it still retains two towers and the castle walls from the Arabic period. From the Christian era, in the old town, remains the Church of the Incarnation, the Casa del Corregidor and the Hospital de San Juan de Dios.

The town centre is 56 kilometres from Malaga. The municipality recorded an average annual rainfall of 630 l/m2, and the average temperature is 18 º C.

Marbella Monuments

Paleochristian Basilica Vega del Mar
Casa del Corregidor
Chapel of the Holy Sepulcher
Hospital Bazán
Hospital de San Juan de Dios
San Pedro de Alcantara Church
Church of the Incarnation
Remains of the Arab Castle
Termas de Guadalmina
Torre Ladrones (tower)
Las Bovedas Watchtower (tower)
Torre Lance de las Cañas (tower)
Torre Ancon (tower)
Roman Villa of Rio Verde
Shrine of Santiago
Santo Cristo Chapel
Trapiche de Guadaiza (Old Sugar Mill)

Marbella Gastronomy

Like any coastal town, the typical food of Marbella is seafood, particularly the anchovies and sardines.


By the toll motorway AP-7, or by the N-340. On either road, just follow the signs, and you can’t get lost.

Distances from Marbella

Ronda 62 km
Málaga 60 km
Estepona 27 km
Fuengirola 34 km
Antequera 110 km


Marbella Port

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