Really worth taking a couple of hours to explore Marbella's old town it's so beautiful. Just take the time to wander round all the side streets and get lost - It's worth it!
About Marbella Old Quarter
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We have been here twice, first time 10 years ago and now again this year. In both cases it had the same effect on us, it is a very charming village within a larger town, and we love the narrow streets, the atmosphere and the...More
Our first visit to Marbella was 2016 just for the day. Our holiday there this year was because we fell in love with the old town on that day. Charming whitewashed buildings in little narrow flower laden streets full of shops ,bars ,cafes and restaurants...More
Having stayed in Marbella many times we just love the Old Town area. It has many great restaurants, bars and tapas places to suit everybody. Orange Square in particular is a favourite where you can dine al fresco weather permitting of course and watch the...More
Most Spanish cities have really charming old quarters in their center, and Marbella's is no exception. Its a labyrinth of clean narrow alleys with lovely hanging flowers from the walls, small shops, boutiques, bars & and restaurants. There are a couple of Plaza's, most famous...More
the old walled city is why we come to Marbella! great shops, good food and history at every corner. It's a great place to take a stroll at any time of day if you want a break from the playa.
Gone are the tanned brits sipping on pricey cocktails and dipping into the Med, in the Old Quarter we found beautiful building after beautiful building! We didn't bother with a tour and instead went straight for the tourism office, got a free map, some free...More
We love returning to the old town of Marbella. A walkers paradise of hidden alleyways lined with unusual local boutique shops, gourmet food stores (D'Oliva is not to be missed), and authentic reasonable restaurants like Altamiro for seafood. Best enjoyed in the late afternoon and...More
The streets were packed with people dressed in traditional Spanish gowns, and food and drink galore.