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Molina Lario 73 96 -24% 73-24%★★★★9.10.13 kmFind Best Deals
Room Mate Larios 70 89 -22% 70-22%★★★★8.90.14 kmFind Best Deals
Hotel Don Curro 419 501 -16% 419-16%★★★8.30.14 kmFind Best Deals
Room Mate Valeria 75 107 -30% 75-30%★★★★9.20.3 kmFind Best Deals
Venecia 395 453 -13% 395-13%★★★7.90.31 kmFind Best Deals
Vincci Selección Posada del Patio 70 96 -27% 70-27%★★★★★90.42 kmFind Best Deals
Salles Hotel Málaga Centro 62 75 -18% 62-18%★★★★8.40.58 kmFind Best Deals
NH Málaga 59 62 -7% 59-7%★★★★8.40.58 kmFind Best Deals
Soho Bahía Málaga 47 66 -29% 47-29%★★★★7.50.59 kmFind Best Deals
Novotel Suites Malaga Centro 55 65 -16% 55-16%★★★★8.50.64 kmFind Best Deals
Eurostars Astoria 40 66 -39% 40-39%★★★8.10.71 kmFind Best Deals
Hotel MS Maestranza Málaga 49 65 -24% 49-24%★★★★8.50.78 kmFind Best Deals
Parador de Málaga Gibralfaro 76 89 -14% 76-14%★★★★8.70.95 kmFind Best Deals
Gran Hotel Miramar GL 976 1 300 -25% 976-25%★★★★★9.31.14 kmFind Best Deals
Tryp Málaga Alameda Hotel 49 55 -10% 49-10%★★★★81.21 kmFind Best Deals
Ilunion Málaga 59 64 -8% 59-8%★★★★8.61.26 kmFind Best Deals
Eurostars Málaga 59 91 -35% 59-35%★★★★8.51.55 kmFind Best Deals
Soho Boutique Las Vegas 59 64 -7% 59-7%★★★7.91.59 kmFind Best Deals
Vincci Málaga 50 75 -33% 50-33%★★★★8.53.67 kmFind Best Deals
Hilton Garden Inn Málaga 51 57 -11% 51-11%★★★★8.14.92 kmFind Best Deals

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A general misconception when talking about Marbella is that it just applies to the town but there is also the municipality of Marbella; all Marbella archurbanisations from Cabopino to Guadalmina are in the municipality of Marbella and are all linked by the N340 coast road. Marbella Town is situated in the middle of this area at Km186, off the N340 and is a mere 20 minutes drive from Málaga international Airport along the motorway (toll road).

The history of the town goes back to Paleolithic times, as we can see from archaeological remains found in the area.

Then the Romans came and settled, leaving clear evidence of their presence in the area, especially in the Las Bóvedas area and the Villa of Río Verde, with its exceptional mosaics.

Also in Marbella is one of the most interesting Visigoth remains in the country, the basilica of Vega del Mar, which the Moors called the “well lived in,” and there built a fortress that has survived the passage of time. The urban centre they built on is now known as Marbella’s Old Town, with aristocratic buildings like the Hospital Bazán and convents that hold a permanent place in the history books of this nation; history dictates that from one of these convents the ransom of Christian prisoners, among them Cervantes, was negotiated.

In modern times, Marbella has been a mining town and an agricultural centre before becoming what it is today. It was the capital of the iron industry in this country in the 19th century, with three plants in La Finca de La Concepción and three in the El Ángel area, belonging to the Heredia and Ejiró families. A full 75 percent of all the iron produced in Spain came from the El Peñoncillo works at that time, but it closed down in 1931. Competition from northern Spain sank the industry in the south when vegetable fuel was replaced in the production process.

Marbella was also a pioneer in agriculture in Andalucía, with the Marqués del Duero farm and, on a lesser scale, the El Ángel farm making an industry of what had previously been a subsistence activity. At the end of the 19th century, the aristocrat Manuel Gutiérrez de la Concha designed what is now San Pedro de Alcántara, the biggest farming entity built in this country, covering 10,000 hectares of land.

Puerto Banus MarbellaThe Marbella of today is a modern coastal town with an abundance of quality restaurants, nightclubs, casino, cafés, bars, art galleries and exclusive boutiques; ranging from very reasonable to expensive. Marbella has a ‘soul’ and a traditional pace of life.

This metropolitan town caters for just about every taste and does not have to be overly expensive if you are willing to discover the less touristy and glitzy establishments in favour of authenticity.

In the centre of Marbella, Avenida del Mar runs between La Alameda Park down to the paseo maritimo (coastal road), this is arguably the most attractive promenade on the Costa del Sol, flanked by restaurants and bars and running through the centre stand numerous sculptures by Salvador Dalí. 

Marbella Beach, Costa del SolTo appreciate the real character of the town a visit to the old town will reveal the labyrinth of narrow streets, white washed houses, restaurants, shops, boutiques, old churches and squares; all enveloped by the ruins of an old Arab wall.