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Marbella is a city located in southern Spain, belonging to the province of Malaga in the community of Andalusia. It is part of the region of the Costa del Sol. Marbella is situated on the Mediterranean Sea, between Malaga and the Gibraltar Strait, in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca. According to the 2011 census, the population of the city was 138.662 inhabitants, making Marbella the second most populous city in the province of Malaga.
Top Attractions Within Marbella
Old Town of Marbella includes the ancient city walls and the two historical suburbs of the city, the Barrio Alto, which extends north, and the Barrio Nuevo, located to the east. Around the square are arranged three remarkable buildings: the Renaissance-styled town hall, the Mayor's house which combines Gothic and Renaissance elements and the Chapel of Santiago, the oldest religious building in the city.
Historic Eixample is located between Marbella old city and the sea in the historic area known as Eixample. There is a small botanical garden on Paseo de la Alameda, and a garden with fountains and a collection of ten sculptures by Salvador Dali.
The Golden Mile of Nueva Andalucia is a stretch of four miles between Marbella and Puerto Banus, on which are located some of the most luxurious residences in Marbella, such as the Palace ofr King Fahd, as well as some landmark hotels, among them the Melia don Pepe, the Hotel Marbella Club and the Puente Romano Hotel.
SphereMania Marbella is an adventure sport company with a big inflatable difference. Tearing down a hill at speeds of up to 40 kph inside a 4 mtr inflatable sphere. It is unlike anything you have experienced so far. This venue is great for both children and adults, since they can have a lot of fun.
Ultra Safari gives you the chance to experience the thrill and excitement of the forgotten trails of Andalusia. Take a tour on one of the fully automatic quad bikes or dune buggy's through a land that time has seemingly forgot. From the rivers, pools and waterfalls of the low lands to the towering peaks of the mountain ranges surrounding the Sierra de las Nieves.