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Avenida del Mar, Marbella

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Historic Walking Area Tourist Spot
The perfect place for a stroll, Avenida del Mar, is home to a permanent, open-air exhibition of bronze statues created by the artist Salvador Dalí. At this charming pedestrian district lined with orange and palm trees, you can imagine the wealthy from a century ago arriving in decorated carriages to show off their prosperity. The beach is just a few steps away. Using our custom trip planner, Marbella attractions like Avenida del Mar can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • By chance this was our daily shuttlebus pick up point,so I got to spend hours here. Lovely just to sit on the shaded benches beside the linear fountains and marvel at the Dali masterpieces..Although l...  more »
  • Very nice walk in a wide walkway/boulevard running from the Old Town to the beach. Below it is a large public car park which is useful if you are driving to Marbella. The Avenida has a number of resta...  more »
  • Spend time to look not just use it as a walk through. The sculptures are great in an amazing setting  more »
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  • Great walk down to the waterfront. Beautiful Salvador Dali statues. Definately worth a visit.
  • Amazing place, it'smany great to see many sculptures by Salvador Dali.
  • . . After walking through the traditionally Spanish Alameda Gardens, this large open piazza just next to the Alameda comes as a culture shock! But a nice shock. It is a wide open space with sculptures, benches, neatly trimmed orange trees and, of course, the ubiquitous palms, the latter so far safe from the ravages of the deadly picudo rojo beetle that has been killing some of them off. A complete contrast to the Alameda with its more enclosed feel, almost like walking through a cage of vegetation. Because it is so open, the Avenida del Mar can get hot in the summer through the lack of shade; then you should be sitting listening to the tinkle of water in the Alameda. But when the winter sun is out, there's not a better place to sit in Marbella! .
  • Here we can enjoy the views and view an outdoor museum. Has sculptures of dali and picasso
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