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Marbella Old Quarter, Marbella

Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web
Populated by well-preserved historic buildings among citrus trees, Marbella Old Quarter is the perfect spot for a walking tour along cobbled streets. A stroll of the quarter will reward you with quaint shops and architecture that spans the centuries. The area is dominated by edifices that once housed local government offices, such as the city hall, built in the 16th century. The House of the Magistrate is older still and can be found next to chapel, which was built around the same time. If time permits, enjoy a meal or coffee at one of the many cafes in Los Naranjos Plaza. Use our Marbella vacation trip planner to visit Marbella Old Quarter on your trip to Marbella, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Day of this open-air museum, narrow streets, houses, not related to each other. Shops with souvenirs and all sorts of goods on any taste. In the evening, narrow streets turn into restaurants with tapas, drinks and live music. Of course, here you will find restaurants and seafood cuisine and bars, where it is always worth the buzz ... So live the old town!
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  • A lovely way to spend the day, ambling around the narrow streets of the old town. Stunning buildings, great restaurants and far more memorable than sitting on a beach all day. The highlight of our tri...  read more »
  • Our hotel was not far and we really enjoyed the charm and the history of this place. There are plenty of places to eat and remember there is a siesta so shops shut at 2pm and re open at 6pm. 
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