Located in Southern Spain on the Costa Del Sol, Marbella is the tropical Spanish delight. Being so picturesque, the city has become home to the rich and famous. Its modern, luxury beaches and hotels, a real five star experience. Also being known as 'Europe's Florida' Marbella hordes the richest yachts, biggest houses, designer shops and successful businesses. Its beaches are surrounded by mountains, narrow streets scattered with fresh flowers and locals happy to cater for their tourists. Holding a population of just under 140,000 and tourists making the number even bigger; it really doesn’t come as a surprise to see it being favourited by many. Hosting weddings, amazing nightlife parties, cultural markets and food amongst the back streets of the city really does make Marbella a sun destination you can really thrive in. And being located in the Mediterranean, when the sun goes down it really does turn into paradise.
Places Of Interest
Marbella being home to the rich and famous, they really do know how to have a good time. Why not try driving a Porshe? Choose a car and drive around just like one of your idols at the new Ascan Super Car Acadamy. There are also many places to go canoeing in the city and well as paragliding and parasailing. And if you want to put out all the stops, why not hire a speedboat for the afternoon or a 'Bucher' plane trip across the Costa Del Sol? You could also visit the small town of Puerto Cabopino, a marina situated near Marbella with lots of restaurants and architecture to look at. And of course... clubs in Marbella are some of the best in the world, making its night-life incredible. Tibu Banus is one of the cities hottest clubs, with some of England's finest DJ's performing there frequently. Aqwa Mist is another night club situated in Puerto Banus, a sophisticated club offering VIP treatments for those hardcore party goers and if you're looking for a place to strat off the evening in high spirits and style then visit 'News Cafe' one of the finest bars in Marbella which offers a classy dancing hub upstairs and down.
Marbella is perfect for foodies. The city is packed with cosmopolitan restaurants, modern eateries, romantic bistros; all offering a unique dining experience. Of course many influences come Spain but many come from Italy, American and Alcudia also. Its sea front eateries tend to serve many fresh fish dishes being close to the beach Further into the city there is a lot of wealth, which makes your dining experience high in quaility due to its competition. Food in Marbella often consists of local produce used to create unusually dishes made up of Paella, fried fish, pama hams and of course interesting tapas as well as rich flavours coming from tomatoes, chillis and beans.
Your passport must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. No additional period of validity beyond this is required. However, it is always sensible to have a short period of extra validity on your passport in case of any unforeseen delays to your departure.