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What to see in Marbella in one day

Marbella, the jewel of the Costa del Sol, is a city full of charm and beauty. From its paradisiacal beaches to the luxury that overflows from every corner and its picturesque old town, Marbella is a place that has it all. If you are looking for a destination to enjoy a day of sun and fun, look no further, Marbella is the perfect place.

To begin with, the beaches of Marbella are simply spectacular. With kilometers of golden coastline, fine sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, it is easy to understand why Marbella is one of the most chosen beach destinations for international tourists every year.

But Marbella is not just another city of Malaga that only attracts for the beach, it also has an old town full of alleys and alleys where you can get lost and immerse yourself in the culture of the city.

And not to mention that many consider it the “city of the famous”. Its history dates back to the late 50s. During this decade, many public figures chose Marbella as a destination for their summer vacations, and they fell in love with the city so much that the vast majority decided to invest in homes to spend the summers.

Do you want to know what to see in Marbella in just 24 hours? Keep reading!


  • We will start the adventure first thing in the morning, since the sun in Marbella is intense and it is better to enjoy outdoor activities before the heat becomes unbearable.

  • Of course, if you want to start the day with an unforgettable experience, there is nothing better than a visit to the renowned Puerto Banús and its beaches (link to Playa de Puerto Banús), where we are, ask for a Marbella-style breakfast in our 360º terrace while admiring the beautiful Mediterranean Sea! Puerto Banus is one of the most emblematic places in the city and is known for its luxurious yachts, exclusive shops and first-class restaurants.

  • After having breakfast, we recommend you to visit the “Plaza de los Naranjos”, which is one of the most popular places in Marbella. This historic square is located in the center of the city and has a beautiful Renaissance fountain in its center and around it the typical Andalusian white houses and three historic buildings of the city: the Town Hall, the Casa del Corregidor and the Hermitage of Santiago.

  • To continue your tourist route and breathe some fresh air, we recommend you visit the “Alameda Park”. It is a beautiful park considered the lung of Marbella with a classic design and a large number of flowers and tropical plants.

  • Of course, you cannot leave Marbella without going through the famous “Golden Mile”. This is an exclusive area of the city, where some of the most famous haute couture shops in the world are located. From Versace to Gucci, if you like fashion and luxury, this is your place.

  • Last but not least, to end the day in the best possible way and take away a good taste of the city, you should stop by our Lalala Brasserie restaurant where you will live a unique gastronomic experience, a perfect synergy of cuisine. Spanish and French that will take your palate to the next level, not to mention our 360º terrace with sea views. We are waiting for you!

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