About the resort
Marbella is the pride of Costa del Sol; this Spanish resort has managed to attract millions of tourists from all over the world who seem to come to Marbella like magnets because of its beauties. The main attraction in Marbella is represented by its beaches, so this is a seaside holiday resort, but going to the beach is not the only thing you can do in Marbella. Here is a list of the most interesting places that will definitely amaze and impress you.
The Puerto Banus Harbor
The richest of the rich seem to have meetings in this very luxurious and coquette port. Tourists come here to watch the coming and going of some of the most expensive yachts in the world; it seems like the owners have a world of their own, considering the opulence that lies before your eyes in this Spanish port. You can go there and just relax in one of the restaurants along the esplanade having beautiful views of the port and its activity.
The Old Town
One of the places on the must see list is occupied by the old town. For those who want to come into connection with the history of the resort, Casco Antiguo is the place that will seal much of your time, because it is simply impressing and overwhelming. The Old Town is patiently waiting to be discovered with all its jewelry: its old narrow streets, the charming craft shops, amazing monuments and old little houses. It is a place that is going to steal your heart, so prepare yourself before going to visit it.
A special Bonsai Museum
How is it possible to find a Museum inspired by the Japanese culture in the heart of Spain? Well, it is a known fact that Spaniards are impressed by beautiful things, no matter what their origins. This is how a unique Bonsai Museum appeared in Marbella. The museum displays a collection of some of the most beautiful bonsais in the world and by visiting it; you will learn something about what perfection is.
The Alameda Park
This park dates back to the 18th century, being one of the oldest in Spain. This is the place where you can have a very relaxing walk in fresh air, a place where you can put order in your mind and thoughts.
The Nuestra Senora de la Encarnation Church
The most exquisite example of Marbella’s architecture is this church dating back to the 17th century. The building managed to stay firm even though the times were not favorable, so sacrifice an hour to visit it because it deserves your attention.