Marbella - For the fans of sunny beaches
In Andalusia shines Marbella, one of Spain’s gems and most visited touristic cities. Due to its climate and infrastructure, it is a perfect destination for those who are fond of sunny beaches. Along its 27 km (17 miles) coastline, there are no less than 24 beaches where one can enjoy the benefits of the Mediterranean Sea.
Marbella’s ancient city walls surround its two historical suburbs, Barrio Alto and Barrio Nuevo with Plaza de los Naranjos inside with its Castilian Renaissance touch. Here lies the Chapel of Santiago – the religious building was built in the 15th century, earlier than the square itself. The city’s other districts are some sight to see as well, especially the District of Las Chapas, where two ancient watchtowers, the Torre Río Real and the Torre Ladrones can be seen. The Modernist Ciudad Residencial Tempo Libre complex is also a worthy tourist attraction. While in the city, make sure to visit the popular Ermita del Santo Cristo de la Vera Cruz and Avenida del Mar, with ten sculptures by no other than Salvador Dalí.
Those who want to see the contemporary richess must have heard about the famous Marbella Golden Mile, a 6.4 km (4 miles) long territory where luxurious villas and hotels can be found, along with a picturesque mountain and sea view.
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