Posts Tagged“marbella”

Marbella old town from the air

Walking Tour. A must visit in Marbella is the old town. Old town Marbella preserved the typical Andalusian village of narrow streets, whitewashed houses and colorful flowers. Una visita ineludible en Marbella es el casco antiguo. En el centro de Marbella se conserva el típico pueblo andaluz de callejuelas estrechas, casas encaladas y flores coloridas.     The best tips i can give you for this tour is to park the car in the parking lot of the “Alameda Park” or anywhere else nearby and get comfortable shoes. A good starting point is the Alameda Park in the main avenue of…

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Candealia is a coffee-snack-pastry shop located  in Marbella downtown. Is one of those places where the decor is so cozy, that once you get in, you want to sit down, look around and order something. Opened in November 2014, with a gourmet shop concept where you could also have breakfast or a snack, like sandwiches, salads or cheese boards, they have already enlarge their menu. As soon as they opened, they realized the growing demand in the area of home made food at lunchtime, so they are now also offering a “dish of the day” of real homemade food with…

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There is no doubt about why Marbella is so famous around the world, is because of its internationally renowned and privileged climate. The annual average temperature is around 18.5º C, ( 65.3º F) with 320 days of sunshine a year. This wonderful climate is due to its unique geographical situation, South of Europe and surrounded by mountains, the “Sierra Blanca”, the Concha is the peak visible from the entire area. Allied to the position of its coastal inlet, the effect is to shelter the town from the northern winds, allowing it to enjoy a special microclimate unique in the world.…

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I´ve been thinking about this blog since i moved to Marbella, (March 2014), and finally today, is THE day i begin my new adventure, sharing with you my life and experiences in Marbella. Marbella is a small city located in the southern coast of Spain, surrounded by beach on the south and mountains on the north, with warm weather during the whole year. It´s been tagged for decades like a “jet set people place”, true, but it´s not only that. Marbella has much more to offer 365 days a year. I´ll try to show you a little bit of everything…