Alameda Park is in Marbella’s town centre between the Avenida Ricardo Soriano and the Avenida del Mar and is probably best known for its beautiful Virgen del Rocio fountain and its botanical gardens. The park has marble walkways filled with trees and there are some beautiful ceramic benches under huge banana palms, for you to sit and take in the lovely surroundings and enjoy the lush and natural environment.
This is a place where the locals gather to chat while enjoying the shade. It’s quite frequent to find organised events and street markets as it’s one of the most active places in the city. There are many bars, cafes, and restaurants for you to sit and spend a while having a drink or a meal or just watching the world go by.
As a treat why not hire a horse-drawn carriage to take you around the city of Marbella?