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Puerto Banús restaurants
Visiting Puerto Banús is not just beach, nightlife, sports and parties; It is also to know the gastronomic side of local culture, but in Marbella, being a cosmopolitan city, you will find everything: Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Argentine, Thai, French or Swedish cuisine; Puerto Banús restaurants are a true showcase of international cuisine.
Front line of the Puerto Banus for over 31 years, Restaurant Los Bandidos offers innovative classic cuisine in elegant casual surroundings. This charming atmosphere awaits in this welcoming restaurant where you will feel at home. It is small and cozy restaurant, so it is highly important to book in advance by telephone, as it is busy at all times through the whole year. https://losbandidos.es/
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Restaurante Los Bandidos
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Front line of the Puerto Banus for over 31 years, Restaurant Los Bandidos offers innovative classic cuisine in elegant casual surroundings. This charming atmosphere awaits in this welcoming restaurant where you will feel at home. It is small and cozy restaurant, so it is highly important to book in advance by telephone, as it is busy at all times through the whole year. https://losbandidos.es/
Fusion food in the heart of Puerto Banus, here you can enjoy the best homemade guacamole, spectacular beef tacos or an impressive tuna tataki. And all in the same place. The clientele comes not only for dishes such as octopus’ tempura, nachos or cochinita pibil tacos but also for its extensive wine list, service and atmosphere. And finally, try the cocktail House Margarita! https://meksian.com/puerto-banus-en/
Meksian
Fusion food in the heart of Puerto Banus, here you can enjoy the best homemade guacamole, spectacular beef tacos or an impressive tuna tataki. And all in the same place. The clientele comes not only for dishes such as octopus’ tempura, nachos or cochinita pibil tacos but also for its extensive wine list, service and atmosphere. And finally, try the cocktail House Margarita! https://meksian.com/puerto-banus-en/
is located in Benabola Pier, on the first line of Puerto Banus. This pizzeria trattoria offers the best dishes of Italian cuisine made in a wood-fired oven. The restaurant Amore e Fantasia stands out for making traditional recipes of Italian cuisine but with creative touches and a lot of sophistication. Do not miss its exquisite dishes such as the wild salmon carpaccio or blue pesto tuna carpaccio, its wide variety of salads and dishes from the garden such as parmesan aubergines. https://www.amorefantasia.com/
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Local 5 Muelle Benabola
is located in Benabola Pier, on the first line of Puerto Banus. This pizzeria trattoria offers the best dishes of Italian cuisine made in a wood-fired oven. The restaurant Amore e Fantasia stands out for making traditional recipes of Italian cuisine but with creative touches and a lot of sophistication. Do not miss its exquisite dishes such as the wild salmon carpaccio or blue pesto tuna carpaccio, its wide variety of salads and dishes from the garden such as parmesan aubergines. https://www.amorefantasia.com/
a corner of Italy in the heart of Puerto Banus! La Pappardella opened its first restaurant in London in 1985, in the popular neighborhood of Chelsea. In 1993, a family originally from Naples, came to Marbella looking for Sun and Sea… & founded the legendary restaurant La Pappardella in frontline Puerto Banus. Lucia and Tony continue running this landmark restaurant on the Mediterranean, to endure the essence of the Napolitan spirit. https://www.lapappardella.com/?lang=en
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La Pappardella
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a corner of Italy in the heart of Puerto Banus! La Pappardella opened its first restaurant in London in 1985, in the popular neighborhood of Chelsea. In 1993, a family originally from Naples, came to Marbella looking for Sun and Sea… & founded the legendary restaurant La Pappardella in frontline Puerto Banus. Lucia and Tony continue running this landmark restaurant on the Mediterranean, to endure the essence of the Napolitan spirit. https://www.lapappardella.com/?lang=en
Excellent tapas and Mediterranean dishes. It's a great spot for big groups and child friendly. They have outdoor seating and the staff make you feel at home in a very casual environment. They serve very good traditional Mediterranean food and tapas, must try its Hamburguesita de presa ibérica and its pintxos selectos. Av. de Julio Iglesias, 2 Teléfono: +34 951 13 24 94
Taberna CasaBlanca
2 Av. Julio Iglesias
Excellent tapas and Mediterranean dishes. It's a great spot for big groups and child friendly. They have outdoor seating and the staff make you feel at home in a very casual environment. They serve very good traditional Mediterranean food and tapas, must try its Hamburguesita de presa ibérica and its pintxos selectos. Av. de Julio Iglesias, 2 Teléfono: +34 951 13 24 94
Described by international media as the ‘hottest table in town’ La Sala is beautiful in its simplicity. Choose from their varied menu offering a range of international and Spanish favourites, all made from ingredients of the highest quality. Sit outside and soak up the sun on their popular front terrace or dine in their new cosy covered terrace where you can relax and watch the world go by even on those rare rainy days. For a romantic night, request a table overlooking La Concha or those groups wanting to celebrate with a buzzing atmosphere then the cocktails and live music are the best way to start a night out! https://lasalabanus.com/
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La Sala Puerto Banús
s/n Calle Juan Belmonte
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Described by international media as the ‘hottest table in town’ La Sala is beautiful in its simplicity. Choose from their varied menu offering a range of international and Spanish favourites, all made from ingredients of the highest quality. Sit outside and soak up the sun on their popular front terrace or dine in their new cosy covered terrace where you can relax and watch the world go by even on those rare rainy days. For a romantic night, request a table overlooking La Concha or those groups wanting to celebrate with a buzzing atmosphere then the cocktails and live music are the best way to start a night out! https://lasalabanus.com/
INIMI is a gastronomic space where informality reigns in an urban and casual atmosphere with two concepts: High kitchen From Barrio. Don’t miss the cocktails of the house. https://www.eatinimitable.com/en-gb
Restaurante inimitable
10 Calle Ribera
INIMI is a gastronomic space where informality reigns in an urban and casual atmosphere with two concepts: High kitchen From Barrio. Don’t miss the cocktails of the house. https://www.eatinimitable.com/en-gb
The concept is based on connecting people, nature and a novel approach to gastronomy. With its modern urban architecture and natural elements, including a garden, it aims to provide an energising space for diners who care about the origins of food products as well as the environment and sustainability. https://www.breathe.life/blog/
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Breathe Marbella - Restaurant Gastrobar & Garden
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The concept is based on connecting people, nature and a novel approach to gastronomy. With its modern urban architecture and natural elements, including a garden, it aims to provide an energising space for diners who care about the origins of food products as well as the environment and sustainability. https://www.breathe.life/blog/
There's nowhere else like Pizzeria Picasso for Italian food in Puerto Banús. For three decades, Pizzeria Picasso has been serving freshly baked pizza, wonderful pasta, quality meat, fresh fish and special kid's meals, all in a busy, friendly atmosphere. https://www.pizzeriapicasso.com/index.html
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Pizzeria Picasso
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There's nowhere else like Pizzeria Picasso for Italian food in Puerto Banús. For three decades, Pizzeria Picasso has been serving freshly baked pizza, wonderful pasta, quality meat, fresh fish and special kid's meals, all in a busy, friendly atmosphere. https://www.pizzeriapicasso.com/index.html
Tango Restaurante Puerto Banus They offer grilled and tasty argentinian meats, (imported directly from Argentina), national meats and halal certified meats. They also offer a great selection of mediterranean dishes and a superb selection of wines. The design of the restaurant, reflects elements of Buenos Aires city, combined with a traditional and modern tango ambience, as a symbol of argentine identity. In the summer of 2015, Tango Restaurante re-opened its doors under a new ownership and the original management team that made Tango Restaurant the best argentinian meat restaurant in the Costa del Sol since 1993. https://tangorestaurante.com/
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Tango Restaurante Puerto Banus Argentinian Grill
s/n Av. Julio Iglesias
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Tango Restaurante Puerto Banus They offer grilled and tasty argentinian meats, (imported directly from Argentina), national meats and halal certified meats. They also offer a great selection of mediterranean dishes and a superb selection of wines. The design of the restaurant, reflects elements of Buenos Aires city, combined with a traditional and modern tango ambience, as a symbol of argentine identity. In the summer of 2015, Tango Restaurante re-opened its doors under a new ownership and the original management team that made Tango Restaurant the best argentinian meat restaurant in the Costa del Sol since 1993. https://tangorestaurante.com/
El Gaucho wanted to create a place where upon your arrival you feel the love. Welcomed by a smile and from there on your experience starts where we will take you on a journey through Argentinian delights. A place where culture is no barrier and we are forefront at fusing internationality. A place where service and product have no defeat. The Gaucho caters for all pallets and tastes. Their diverse menu will not only surprise you but leave you wanting more! They specialize in Argentinian grill but also have Halal products, pastas, vegetarian options, salads, fish and homemade desserts. http://gauchobanus.com/
El Gaucho de Banús - Argentinian Grill & International
El Gaucho wanted to create a place where upon your arrival you feel the love. Welcomed by a smile and from there on your experience starts where we will take you on a journey through Argentinian delights. A place where culture is no barrier and we are forefront at fusing internationality. A place where service and product have no defeat. The Gaucho caters for all pallets and tastes. Their diverse menu will not only surprise you but leave you wanting more! They specialize in Argentinian grill but also have Halal products, pastas, vegetarian options, salads, fish and homemade desserts. http://gauchobanus.com/
Emblematic places
The Caminito del Rey is a cliff-side path hanging 100m above the waters of the river Guadalhorce reservoir, as it runs through the famous beauty spot; El Chorro Gorge, near the villages of El Chorro in Alora and, Ardales, about 25 km inland from Malaga city. The 'new' Caminito del Rey was re-constructed and reopened to the public in 2015. The the route and design of the new path keeping as closely as possible to the old 1921 path. The famous boardwalk sections are constructed with wooden slatted transverse planks and a simple 1.2m-high three-wire guard rail. In places the path is only one metre wide, hanging to the cliff face. The 'old' path can be seen just below. A highlight is the steel suspension bridge with an open grid decking across the gorge, just next to the original emblematic aqueduct bridge. The path, originally built as workmen's access around 1905, was improved and opened to the public in 1921 by King Alfonso XXIII hence the name the Kings little path. By the 1980s the path had fallen into disrepair and was closed to the public. This did not stop the adventurous and the foolhardy and it became known as 'the most dangerous path in the world' or even the 'walk of death'. There were several fatal falls in the 1990s. A zip line was set up by local mountaineers in the 2000s to help those that continued to walk the path and there were more fatal falls. The authorities had promised many times to restore the path, it was finally undertaken and reopened on on 28 March 2015. In total the path is 8.1 km long and takes at least 3 hour to walk, however you need to allow four to five hours in total to complete the circuit. The path is divided into five sections; a 2.5 km access path from El Kiosko through the forest to the ticket entrance, a 1.3 km boardwalk through the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes (Gaitanes Gorge), a 1.6 km path through the wooded Valle del Hoyo (Hoyo valley), a 0.9 km cliff-hanging board through the Garganta del Chorro (Chorro gorge - literally throat of Chorro), finally a 1.8km access path to El Chorro village. (See detailed route description). The Caminito del Rey path is a very popular tourist attraction, unique in Europe and although it has been called 'the scariest path in the world' it is perfectly safe although not recommended for those with vertigo. Visitors numbers are limited to 100 per half hour so it does not get too crowded. It is necessary to purchase ticket online in advance (10 € ) for the date and time of your walk. Standby tickets are also often available. https://reservas.caminitodelrey.info/?lang=en
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Caminito del Rey Malaga
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The Caminito del Rey is a cliff-side path hanging 100m above the waters of the river Guadalhorce reservoir, as it runs through the famous beauty spot; El Chorro Gorge, near the villages of El Chorro in Alora and, Ardales, about 25 km inland from Malaga city. The 'new' Caminito del Rey was re-constructed and reopened to the public in 2015. The the route and design of the new path keeping as closely as possible to the old 1921 path. The famous boardwalk sections are constructed with wooden slatted transverse planks and a simple 1.2m-high three-wire guard rail. In places the path is only one metre wide, hanging to the cliff face. The 'old' path can be seen just below. A highlight is the steel suspension bridge with an open grid decking across the gorge, just next to the original emblematic aqueduct bridge. The path, originally built as workmen's access around 1905, was improved and opened to the public in 1921 by King Alfonso XXIII hence the name the Kings little path. By the 1980s the path had fallen into disrepair and was closed to the public. This did not stop the adventurous and the foolhardy and it became known as 'the most dangerous path in the world' or even the 'walk of death'. There were several fatal falls in the 1990s. A zip line was set up by local mountaineers in the 2000s to help those that continued to walk the path and there were more fatal falls. The authorities had promised many times to restore the path, it was finally undertaken and reopened on on 28 March 2015. In total the path is 8.1 km long and takes at least 3 hour to walk, however you need to allow four to five hours in total to complete the circuit. The path is divided into five sections; a 2.5 km access path from El Kiosko through the forest to the ticket entrance, a 1.3 km boardwalk through the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes (Gaitanes Gorge), a 1.6 km path through the wooded Valle del Hoyo (Hoyo valley), a 0.9 km cliff-hanging board through the Garganta del Chorro (Chorro gorge - literally throat of Chorro), finally a 1.8km access path to El Chorro village. (See detailed route description). The Caminito del Rey path is a very popular tourist attraction, unique in Europe and although it has been called 'the scariest path in the world' it is perfectly safe although not recommended for those with vertigo. Visitors numbers are limited to 100 per half hour so it does not get too crowded. It is necessary to purchase ticket online in advance (10 € ) for the date and time of your walk. Standby tickets are also often available. https://reservas.caminitodelrey.info/?lang=en
Picasso Museum in Malaga The people of Malaga are proud of the fact that Picasso was born here and it was a big day when the King and Queen of Spain inaugurated the Museo Picasso (Picasso Museum) on the 27th October 2003. On that first day alone almost 2,000 people visited. the museum, which is housed in the Palacio de Buenavista. You will find it right in the heart of the Historic Centre of the city, with the dramatic backdrop of the Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro Castle close by. Literally two minutes walking distance from Malaga Cathedral, this magnificent old building has been painstakingly restored to befit the importance of the works of the great artist. If you are looking for the Museum for the first time, remember that just a couple of minutes away, in the Plaza de la Merced, is the Casa Natal (Birthplace of Picasso), which has been open to the public since 1988. There are now exhibition rooms in the Casa Natal, as well as pictures and a view of how life was for the artist in his early years in Malaga. Some people find the Casa Natal first and mistakenly think that this is the Picasso Museum and then go no further. Since the two buildings are only a few minutes distance apart, visiting them both in one day is both feasible and indeed recommended. https://www.museopicassomalaga.org/en/
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Μουσείο Πικάσο
8 Calle San Agustín
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Picasso Museum in Malaga The people of Malaga are proud of the fact that Picasso was born here and it was a big day when the King and Queen of Spain inaugurated the Museo Picasso (Picasso Museum) on the 27th October 2003. On that first day alone almost 2,000 people visited. the museum, which is housed in the Palacio de Buenavista. You will find it right in the heart of the Historic Centre of the city, with the dramatic backdrop of the Alcazaba Fortress and Gibralfaro Castle close by. Literally two minutes walking distance from Malaga Cathedral, this magnificent old building has been painstakingly restored to befit the importance of the works of the great artist. If you are looking for the Museum for the first time, remember that just a couple of minutes away, in the Plaza de la Merced, is the Casa Natal (Birthplace of Picasso), which has been open to the public since 1988. There are now exhibition rooms in the Casa Natal, as well as pictures and a view of how life was for the artist in his early years in Malaga. Some people find the Casa Natal first and mistakenly think that this is the Picasso Museum and then go no further. Since the two buildings are only a few minutes distance apart, visiting them both in one day is both feasible and indeed recommended. https://www.museopicassomalaga.org/en/
Las Cuevas de Nerja (the Caves of Nerja) are a series of naturally formed caves and caverns in the hills of Maro, 4km North-East of Nerja, some of which have taken up to two million years to form. The caves contain the widest naturally-formed column in the world, at 32m high and 13x7m at its base. Formed by the merging of a stalagmite and stalactite, it has held the Guinness World Record since 1989. The caves also famously host the annual Nerja International Festival of Music and Dance. A visit to these caves is a truly unique experience. In 2010 the caves were the most visited attraction in Málaga province. The site is steeped in both geological and archaeological interest; cave paintings depict images of goats, horses, deer, seals and birds, drawn using red and black pigments. The images have been dated between at 25,000 and 3,600 B.C. The Nerja caves were used by many different tribes including: hunters, fishermen and harvesters, from the Neolithic to Paleolithic period, and the Bronze Age. For this reason, these caves are one of the major references for the study of prehistory in the southern Iberian Peninsula. The discovery of Las Cuevas de Nerja revolutionized Nerja, converting this agricultural and fishing town into one of the most popular tourist destinations in Andalucía. https://www.cuevadenerja.es/en/
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Fundación Cueva de Nerja
s/n Carr. de Bajada a Playa de Maro
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Las Cuevas de Nerja (the Caves of Nerja) are a series of naturally formed caves and caverns in the hills of Maro, 4km North-East of Nerja, some of which have taken up to two million years to form. The caves contain the widest naturally-formed column in the world, at 32m high and 13x7m at its base. Formed by the merging of a stalagmite and stalactite, it has held the Guinness World Record since 1989. The caves also famously host the annual Nerja International Festival of Music and Dance. A visit to these caves is a truly unique experience. In 2010 the caves were the most visited attraction in Málaga province. The site is steeped in both geological and archaeological interest; cave paintings depict images of goats, horses, deer, seals and birds, drawn using red and black pigments. The images have been dated between at 25,000 and 3,600 B.C. The Nerja caves were used by many different tribes including: hunters, fishermen and harvesters, from the Neolithic to Paleolithic period, and the Bronze Age. For this reason, these caves are one of the major references for the study of prehistory in the southern Iberian Peninsula. The discovery of Las Cuevas de Nerja revolutionized Nerja, converting this agricultural and fishing town into one of the most popular tourist destinations in Andalucía. https://www.cuevadenerja.es/en/
La Alcazaba is Malaga's most important landmark, and overlooks the city from a hilltop inland. It is one of two Moorish fortresses in the city, the other being the Castillo de Gibralfaro, situated above. The Alcazaba is the best-preserved Moorish fortress palace in Spain. Constructed on the ruins of a Roman fortification during the reign of Abd-al-Rahman I, the first Emir of Cordoba, in around 756-780AD, the Alcazaba's original purpose was as a defence against pirates, thanks its commanding position with views over the city, down to the sea and across to Africa. The fortress was rebuilt by the Sultan of Granada, Badis Al-Ziri, from 1057-1063AD, while the fortified double walls that connect the Alcazaba to the neighbouring Castillo de Gibralfaro, over the Coracha ridge, were built by the Nasrid ruler Yusuf I in the 14th century, when most of the inner palace was also refurbished. As a palace, it was home to a number of Moorish rulers. The Alcazaba has a distinct feel from its more famous, younger neighbours, the Alcazar of Sevilla and the Alhambra of Granada. It was already three centuries old when the others were build. After the reconquest, it fell into decay until restoration work began in 1933, and continues slowly today. Two of its original three walls remain, as well as over 100 towers and three palaces. https://www.andalucia.org/en/malaga-cultural-tourism-alcazaba-de-malaga
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Alcazaba de Málaga
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La Alcazaba is Malaga's most important landmark, and overlooks the city from a hilltop inland. It is one of two Moorish fortresses in the city, the other being the Castillo de Gibralfaro, situated above. The Alcazaba is the best-preserved Moorish fortress palace in Spain. Constructed on the ruins of a Roman fortification during the reign of Abd-al-Rahman I, the first Emir of Cordoba, in around 756-780AD, the Alcazaba's original purpose was as a defence against pirates, thanks its commanding position with views over the city, down to the sea and across to Africa. The fortress was rebuilt by the Sultan of Granada, Badis Al-Ziri, from 1057-1063AD, while the fortified double walls that connect the Alcazaba to the neighbouring Castillo de Gibralfaro, over the Coracha ridge, were built by the Nasrid ruler Yusuf I in the 14th century, when most of the inner palace was also refurbished. As a palace, it was home to a number of Moorish rulers. The Alcazaba has a distinct feel from its more famous, younger neighbours, the Alcazar of Sevilla and the Alhambra of Granada. It was already three centuries old when the others were build. After the reconquest, it fell into decay until restoration work began in 1933, and continues slowly today. Two of its original three walls remain, as well as over 100 towers and three palaces. https://www.andalucia.org/en/malaga-cultural-tourism-alcazaba-de-malaga
Beaches
This beach is located between the Puerto Banus Marina complex and Playa Rio Verde, just to the east of the main town. It is also known as Playa de Levante. The beach is well equipped with showers, public toilets and plenty of sun loungers and parasols for hire, with lifeguards on duty throughout the summer. There are also several chiringuitos (beach restaurants).
LEVANTE BEACH
This beach is located between the Puerto Banus Marina complex and Playa Rio Verde, just to the east of the main town. It is also known as Playa de Levante. The beach is well equipped with showers, public toilets and plenty of sun loungers and parasols for hire, with lifeguards on duty throughout the summer. There are also several chiringuitos (beach restaurants).
Playa Rio Verde is just to the east of Puerto Banus, next to the Rio Verde itself; to access the beach from Puerto Banus you cross over the river on a stylish wooden footbridge where you can watch wader birds in the reeds of the river. "Playa Rio Verde" has been regularly awarded the Blue Flag by the European Union for its high standards of cleanliness and excellent facilities. However this probably refers to the now named Playa Puerto Banus on the other side of the River. There is street parking near this beach but in the summer months it can be difficult as it gets very busy, arrive as early as possible to secure a space. This beach is also popular with younger people, but not a popular as Playa de Nueva Andalucia. There is a trendy beach bar called Playa Fantastica Las Cuchis here with full dining and lounging facilities. The original beach bar here dates from 1986. It was run by two sisters Cuchi and Ana, who known locally as Las Cuchis. Their previous bar was founded at Playa La Carolina in 1980. The present 1994 ochre coloured building is interesting design by architect Luis Alberto Gálvez. The business is now run by Cuchi's sons Itziar and Aco. Close by you will find the relics of an ancient Roman Villa, the Rio Verde Roman Villa. The beach is also backed by the Paseo Maritimo called "Paseo de Las Cuchis" which continues all the way to Marbella town.
Playa Río Verde
Playa Rio Verde is just to the east of Puerto Banus, next to the Rio Verde itself; to access the beach from Puerto Banus you cross over the river on a stylish wooden footbridge where you can watch wader birds in the reeds of the river. "Playa Rio Verde" has been regularly awarded the Blue Flag by the European Union for its high standards of cleanliness and excellent facilities. However this probably refers to the now named Playa Puerto Banus on the other side of the River. There is street parking near this beach but in the summer months it can be difficult as it gets very busy, arrive as early as possible to secure a space. This beach is also popular with younger people, but not a popular as Playa de Nueva Andalucia. There is a trendy beach bar called Playa Fantastica Las Cuchis here with full dining and lounging facilities. The original beach bar here dates from 1986. It was run by two sisters Cuchi and Ana, who known locally as Las Cuchis. Their previous bar was founded at Playa La Carolina in 1980. The present 1994 ochre coloured building is interesting design by architect Luis Alberto Gálvez. The business is now run by Cuchi's sons Itziar and Aco. Close by you will find the relics of an ancient Roman Villa, the Rio Verde Roman Villa. The beach is also backed by the Paseo Maritimo called "Paseo de Las Cuchis" which continues all the way to Marbella town.
Alicate beach is one of the most beautiful and recognized beaches in Marbella, in this part of the coast there are a good number of restaurants and bars by the beach, I recommend two of them, El Hipopótamo and Las Flores.
Alicate playa
58 Avenida Cervantes
Alicate beach is one of the most beautiful and recognized beaches in Marbella, in this part of the coast there are a good number of restaurants and bars by the beach, I recommend two of them, El Hipopótamo and Las Flores.
Cabopino Beach, the easternmost of Marbella, is partly nudist: in fact, it is the only naturist beach in the municipality. It is divided into two areas: the one closest to the marina is not nudist, and here you will find beach bars, sun loungers, showers and all the facilities of a normal and ordinary urban beach, while the western area of the beach, towards Elviria, is dedicated to naturism. There are no infrastructures here, and the area is surrounded by the dunes and pine trees of the Artola protected natural area.
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Cabopino Beach
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Cabopino Beach, the easternmost of Marbella, is partly nudist: in fact, it is the only naturist beach in the municipality. It is divided into two areas: the one closest to the marina is not nudist, and here you will find beach bars, sun loungers, showers and all the facilities of a normal and ordinary urban beach, while the western area of the beach, towards Elviria, is dedicated to naturism. There are no infrastructures here, and the area is surrounded by the dunes and pine trees of the Artola protected natural area.
Las Chapas beach is located in the eastern part of the Marbella coastline, about 14 km from Puerto Banús. A beach where the atmosphere and glamor are present in the clubs that surround it, including the popular Nikki Beach Club.
Las Chapas
Las Chapas beach is located in the eastern part of the Marbella coastline, about 14 km from Puerto Banús. A beach where the atmosphere and glamor are present in the clubs that surround it, including the popular Nikki Beach Club.
Shows and performances
Starlite is considered one of the best festivals in Europe. After eight editions, it has established as the longest lasting, with more than 50 days of concerts. Music, culture and gastronomy coexist in a single space. The program caters all audiences, ages and musical tastes. You can see all the information on the web: https://starlitemarbella.com/es/que-es-starlite/ The opening of Starlite doors takes place every day, from Monday to Saturday, at 8:00 p.m. The gastronomy and restaurant space opens at 8:00 p.m. The concerts that take place in the Auditorium Stage will start at 10:00 p.m. Starlite Festival 2021 will be held at the Cantera de Nagüeles, Marbella. Bonnie Tyler and other internationally known artist who postponed in 2020 have already announced dates in 2021.
Starlite
Starlite is considered one of the best festivals in Europe. After eight editions, it has established as the longest lasting, with more than 50 days of concerts. Music, culture and gastronomy coexist in a single space. The program caters all audiences, ages and musical tastes. You can see all the information on the web: https://starlitemarbella.com/es/que-es-starlite/ The opening of Starlite doors takes place every day, from Monday to Saturday, at 8:00 p.m. The gastronomy and restaurant space opens at 8:00 p.m. The concerts that take place in the Auditorium Stage will start at 10:00 p.m. Starlite Festival 2021 will be held at the Cantera de Nagüeles, Marbella. Bonnie Tyler and other internationally known artist who postponed in 2020 have already announced dates in 2021.
Day Trips
For a coastal drive, interesting villages are San Roque, Tarifa, Vejer de la Frontera, Conil de la Frontera returning by Medina Sidonia, Los Barrios.
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Tarifa
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For a coastal drive, interesting villages are San Roque, Tarifa, Vejer de la Frontera, Conil de la Frontera returning by Medina Sidonia, Los Barrios.
One of the jewels of the Costa del Sol is the beautiful little village of Mijas, which nestles comfortably in the mountainside at 400 meters above sea level about 10km from the coast. Of the ten thousand population, there are so many foreign and English speaking residents in and around the village that the Town Hall has a very helpful Foreigner's Department, which caters for the needs of those residents who do not speak Spanish. When you wander through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, you can understand what has attracted foreigners over the years. Many artists and writers have made it their home, enjoying the benefits of an excellent all year round climate, without being part of the busier, more commercial coastal towns just 7 kilometres down the mountain side. Despite its huge popularity with tourists, Mijas Pueblo has somehow managed to retain much of its traditional Andalucian way of life, the locals displaying their unabashed passion for all things festive and an unmistakable relaxed outlook. The craft shops have some wonderful hand made pottery and often affordable paintings and prints by acclaimed local artists. A carefully chosen holiday memento could turn out to be a sound investment.
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Mijas
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One of the jewels of the Costa del Sol is the beautiful little village of Mijas, which nestles comfortably in the mountainside at 400 meters above sea level about 10km from the coast. Of the ten thousand population, there are so many foreign and English speaking residents in and around the village that the Town Hall has a very helpful Foreigner's Department, which caters for the needs of those residents who do not speak Spanish. When you wander through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, you can understand what has attracted foreigners over the years. Many artists and writers have made it their home, enjoying the benefits of an excellent all year round climate, without being part of the busier, more commercial coastal towns just 7 kilometres down the mountain side. Despite its huge popularity with tourists, Mijas Pueblo has somehow managed to retain much of its traditional Andalucian way of life, the locals displaying their unabashed passion for all things festive and an unmistakable relaxed outlook. The craft shops have some wonderful hand made pottery and often affordable paintings and prints by acclaimed local artists. A carefully chosen holiday memento could turn out to be a sound investment.
Visit on the pretty villages that are tucked away just back from the coast. Make a route through Ojen, Monda, Guaro and Tolox. Another popular route is Manilva to Gaucin and back via Casares or vice versa.
Tolox
Visit on the pretty villages that are tucked away just back from the coast. Make a route through Ojen, Monda, Guaro and Tolox. Another popular route is Manilva to Gaucin and back via Casares or vice versa.
For an inland day trip, Manilva, Gaucin and the villages of the Alta Genal valley of Serranía de Ronda. take you pick from stops at Benarrabá, Algatocín, Benalauría, Benadalid, Atajate, Alpandeire, blue Júzcar, Cartajima returning on the Ronda Road to San Pedro or vice versa.
Serranía de Ronda
For an inland day trip, Manilva, Gaucin and the villages of the Alta Genal valley of Serranía de Ronda. take you pick from stops at Benarrabá, Algatocín, Benalauría, Benadalid, Atajate, Alpandeire, blue Júzcar, Cartajima returning on the Ronda Road to San Pedro or vice versa.
WEST ALONG THE COAST Driving west along the coast a possible stop is resort of Sotogrande. Gibraltar; a favorite but more of a day trip in itself. Who can't resist the surf atmosphere and Atlantic beaches of Tarifa or further up the coast to Bolonia, Zahara de los Atunes, alternative Caños de Meca, El Palmar and Conil de la Frontera.
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Los Caños de Meca
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WEST ALONG THE COAST Driving west along the coast a possible stop is resort of Sotogrande. Gibraltar; a favorite but more of a day trip in itself. Who can't resist the surf atmosphere and Atlantic beaches of Tarifa or further up the coast to Bolonia, Zahara de los Atunes, alternative Caños de Meca, El Palmar and Conil de la Frontera.
Driving east along the coast a possible stop is resort of Fuengirola, Benalmadena or Torremolinos. Malaga city is a favorite now but more of a day trip in itself. To the east of Malaga to Montes de Malaga park and the villages of La EAST ALONG THE COAST Axarquia, including Frilijiana and Nerja on the coast. Into the Costa Tropical we have Almuñecar and Salobreña. Motril leads us up into Las Alpujarras or keep along the coast into the province of Almería.
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Nerja
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Driving east along the coast a possible stop is resort of Fuengirola, Benalmadena or Torremolinos. Malaga city is a favorite now but more of a day trip in itself. To the east of Malaga to Montes de Malaga park and the villages of La EAST ALONG THE COAST Axarquia, including Frilijiana and Nerja on the coast. Into the Costa Tropical we have Almuñecar and Salobreña. Motril leads us up into Las Alpujarras or keep along the coast into the province of Almería.
Amusement parks and family entertainment centers
Selwo Adventure - Estepona Selwo is a fascinating adventure in contact with nature. The park covers 100 hectares and is home to more than 2,000 animals from the five continents. The animals live in liberty, recreating their natural habitat - you can see lions, rhinos and giraffes; gnus, cheetahs, red pandas, meekats, and the endangered Iberian lynx; also birds such as hornbill, ibis, stork and crane. Visitors are taken on a four-hour tour, on foot and in four-wheel drive trucks. Also other activities: camel rides, archery, an elastic jumper, and the longest zipwire in Europe - 116m. https://www.selwo.es/en
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Selwo Aventura
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Selwo Adventure - Estepona Selwo is a fascinating adventure in contact with nature. The park covers 100 hectares and is home to more than 2,000 animals from the five continents. The animals live in liberty, recreating their natural habitat - you can see lions, rhinos and giraffes; gnus, cheetahs, red pandas, meekats, and the endangered Iberian lynx; also birds such as hornbill, ibis, stork and crane. Visitors are taken on a four-hour tour, on foot and in four-wheel drive trucks. Also other activities: camel rides, archery, an elastic jumper, and the longest zipwire in Europe - 116m. https://www.selwo.es/en
Cable Car The Benalmadena Cable Car was opened in 2003 and became one of the main tourist attractions on the Costa del Sol. The modern Telecabina (or Teleférico) is part of the Selwo Adventure Parks group, which also has Selwo Aventura in Estepona and Selwo Marina in Benalmádena port. The Telecabina takes you on an amazing 15-minute journey in a four-person cable car right up to the highest point on the Málaga coast at an altitude of almost 800m above sea level. From this superb vantage point, you not only have the most magnificent views of the Costa del Sol, but also the awesome panoramic vistas of the Sierra Nevada mountains (white with snow in the winter months), the Guadalhorce Valley and on a clear day you can see Gibraltar and the coast of Africa. The first time I took a trip in the Telecabina, I couldn't understand why they asked if I wanted a single or return ticket! I thought they were joking. Was I never coming back down again? I soon realized that many people opt to walk down on the special footpath and others even take mountain bikes in the cabin and cycle down. A significant number of annual season tickets are sold to keen cyclists who use the Telecabina for the thrill of cycling back down the mountain. If you take your bike, you have the cabin exclusively for just you and your bike for the price of a one-way ticket. Once at the top, there are clearly marked signs leading to specific viewpoints: Cima Calamorro (the Calamorro Mountain Peak) and Sur (south) and Oeste (west). At the summit, you can take a donkey ride through the beautiful natural surroundings. The donkeys are ready and waiting for cable car passengers. As well as a donkey ride, included in the price you can also see an exhibition of fine Spanish dressage horses. You can also see a demonstration on how the birds of prey live alongside humans and watch the speed and feeding habits of a peregrine falcon or the majestic flight of the eagle. So successful is the bird of prey sanctuary on the Calamorro Mountaintop that four rare Royal Owl chicks were successfully bred there recently, news that hit the local papers. There are more than sixty birds of different species, including vultures, royal eagles, peregrine falcons and white-headed vultures as well as the Royal Owls. All of this makes the cable car ride exciting, educational and enjoyable for the whole family. To find the Telecabina, go into Arroyo de la Miel village and follow the signs for Tivoli World. Right opposite the entrance to Tivoli is the entry to the cable car. https://www.telefericobenalmadena.com/?lang=en
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Teleférico Benalmádena
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Cable Car The Benalmadena Cable Car was opened in 2003 and became one of the main tourist attractions on the Costa del Sol. The modern Telecabina (or Teleférico) is part of the Selwo Adventure Parks group, which also has Selwo Aventura in Estepona and Selwo Marina in Benalmádena port. The Telecabina takes you on an amazing 15-minute journey in a four-person cable car right up to the highest point on the Málaga coast at an altitude of almost 800m above sea level. From this superb vantage point, you not only have the most magnificent views of the Costa del Sol, but also the awesome panoramic vistas of the Sierra Nevada mountains (white with snow in the winter months), the Guadalhorce Valley and on a clear day you can see Gibraltar and the coast of Africa. The first time I took a trip in the Telecabina, I couldn't understand why they asked if I wanted a single or return ticket! I thought they were joking. Was I never coming back down again? I soon realized that many people opt to walk down on the special footpath and others even take mountain bikes in the cabin and cycle down. A significant number of annual season tickets are sold to keen cyclists who use the Telecabina for the thrill of cycling back down the mountain. If you take your bike, you have the cabin exclusively for just you and your bike for the price of a one-way ticket. Once at the top, there are clearly marked signs leading to specific viewpoints: Cima Calamorro (the Calamorro Mountain Peak) and Sur (south) and Oeste (west). At the summit, you can take a donkey ride through the beautiful natural surroundings. The donkeys are ready and waiting for cable car passengers. As well as a donkey ride, included in the price you can also see an exhibition of fine Spanish dressage horses. You can also see a demonstration on how the birds of prey live alongside humans and watch the speed and feeding habits of a peregrine falcon or the majestic flight of the eagle. So successful is the bird of prey sanctuary on the Calamorro Mountaintop that four rare Royal Owl chicks were successfully bred there recently, news that hit the local papers. There are more than sixty birds of different species, including vultures, royal eagles, peregrine falcons and white-headed vultures as well as the Royal Owls. All of this makes the cable car ride exciting, educational and enjoyable for the whole family. To find the Telecabina, go into Arroyo de la Miel village and follow the signs for Tivoli World. Right opposite the entrance to Tivoli is the entry to the cable car. https://www.telefericobenalmadena.com/?lang=en
Numerous water rides and slides catering to all tastes, from the adrenaline junie to the gentle wallower in need of relaxation. Take your pick from the new rollercoaster-like boomerang, the highest kamikaze in Europe (22m), Super Slalom, rapids, and Black Hole, plus a wave pool and jacuzzi. Also children´s area with wide, safe slide and spa circuit-like showers. https://www.aqualand.es/torremolinos/en/horarios-y-precios/
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Aqualand Torremolinos
10 Calle Cuba
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Numerous water rides and slides catering to all tastes, from the adrenaline junie to the gentle wallower in need of relaxation. Take your pick from the new rollercoaster-like boomerang, the highest kamikaze in Europe (22m), Super Slalom, rapids, and Black Hole, plus a wave pool and jacuzzi. Also children´s area with wide, safe slide and spa circuit-like showers. https://www.aqualand.es/torremolinos/en/horarios-y-precios/
Beach Clubs
Whilst Marbella is an all year round destination, certain businesses, Beach Clubs, in particular, will only open during the summer months. This doesn't mean that if you come here in November or March you won't be able to enjoy a fabulous meal on the sand and sip on chilled Rosé in the sunshine but the more party orientated Beach Clubs will not be open. I have prepared this handy list so you are clear what is NOT open from October through to May. Some other beach venues may just close for a few weeks in December and January but will otherwise remain open throughout the year whatever the weather!
Nikki Beach Marbella opened in 2003 and comprises of a swimming pool with VIP beds on a raised deck, a large open air restaurant, a centrally located octagon-shaped bar, a Lifestyle Boutique and a VIP terrace with views of the Mediterranean Sea. Located at the Don Carlos Hotel beach, 7 km from the centre of Marbella, Nikki Beach Marbella is famous for its designer luxury and jet-set sophistication. Nikki Beach has a network of branches in several worldwide destinations. It boasts a large open air restaurant, a chiringuito, bars, boutiques, pool and a full programme of luxury day and night time events. https://marbella.nikkibeach.com/
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Nikki Beach Marbella - Restaurant & Beach club
km 192 Carretera de Cádiz
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Nikki Beach Marbella opened in 2003 and comprises of a swimming pool with VIP beds on a raised deck, a large open air restaurant, a centrally located octagon-shaped bar, a Lifestyle Boutique and a VIP terrace with views of the Mediterranean Sea. Located at the Don Carlos Hotel beach, 7 km from the centre of Marbella, Nikki Beach Marbella is famous for its designer luxury and jet-set sophistication. Nikki Beach has a network of branches in several worldwide destinations. It boasts a large open air restaurant, a chiringuito, bars, boutiques, pool and a full programme of luxury day and night time events. https://marbella.nikkibeach.com/
Ocean Club Marbella is one of the largest beach clubs in Europe. It offers a new concept in exclusivity, avant-garde, fashion and cuisine, created to enjoy the excellent climate in Marbella. Within Ocean Club Marbella, there are a range of exclusive shops, a spa and massage. The club occupies a total surface area of 9000m2, boasts a 1000m2 swimming pool, a restaurant with the capacity to hold 150 people, 4 bars and a chill-out zone with enough space to hold events of 300-500 people. In our restaurant clients can enjoy a great variety of specialities such as Sushi, Thai, Italian pizzas, Indian, Indonesian and Mediterranean cuisine. Our beach area of 350m2 consists of more than 150 sunbeds designed for your comfort. Ocean Club Marbella is situated in Puerto Banús and clients can use Playas del Duque parking which is located within walking distance from the club. https://www.oceanclub.es/
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Ocean Club Marbella
s/n Av. de Lola Flores
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Ocean Club Marbella is one of the largest beach clubs in Europe. It offers a new concept in exclusivity, avant-garde, fashion and cuisine, created to enjoy the excellent climate in Marbella. Within Ocean Club Marbella, there are a range of exclusive shops, a spa and massage. The club occupies a total surface area of 9000m2, boasts a 1000m2 swimming pool, a restaurant with the capacity to hold 150 people, 4 bars and a chill-out zone with enough space to hold events of 300-500 people. In our restaurant clients can enjoy a great variety of specialities such as Sushi, Thai, Italian pizzas, Indian, Indonesian and Mediterranean cuisine. Our beach area of 350m2 consists of more than 150 sunbeds designed for your comfort. Ocean Club Marbella is situated in Puerto Banús and clients can use Playas del Duque parking which is located within walking distance from the club. https://www.oceanclub.es/
Located a little west of Marbella, for the last 50 years Marbella Club Hotel Beach Club has been combining an upmarket chiringuito with exclusive poolside dining to create the perfect chilled-out Beach Club atmosphere. With a focus on delicious and beautifully presented cuisine, the legendary year-round Beach Club Buffet provides the perfect opportunity for a leisurely lunch on the Costa del Sol. The gourmet buffet features a wide selection of international cuisine, from European, Asian and Lebanese to traditional Spanish dishes. Fresh seafood, salads and pastas also feature on the menu and can be 'mixed and matched' to guests' taste. Guests can enjoy this buffet in luxury on an idyllic poolside terrace, with views across the Mediterranean. Throughout the summer season, the exclusive Marbella Club Hotel chiringuito, MC Beach, is also open. Relax on its white decks and sea blue beach beds, while enjoying fresh seafood and salads, authentic Andalucian cuisine and meats from the charcoal grill. Live music is also played into the evening. https://www.marbellaclub.com/eat-and-drink/mc-beach
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Marbella Club Hotel
s/n Av. Bulevar Príncipe Alfonso de Hohenlohe
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Located a little west of Marbella, for the last 50 years Marbella Club Hotel Beach Club has been combining an upmarket chiringuito with exclusive poolside dining to create the perfect chilled-out Beach Club atmosphere. With a focus on delicious and beautifully presented cuisine, the legendary year-round Beach Club Buffet provides the perfect opportunity for a leisurely lunch on the Costa del Sol. The gourmet buffet features a wide selection of international cuisine, from European, Asian and Lebanese to traditional Spanish dishes. Fresh seafood, salads and pastas also feature on the menu and can be 'mixed and matched' to guests' taste. Guests can enjoy this buffet in luxury on an idyllic poolside terrace, with views across the Mediterranean. Throughout the summer season, the exclusive Marbella Club Hotel chiringuito, MC Beach, is also open. Relax on its white decks and sea blue beach beds, while enjoying fresh seafood and salads, authentic Andalucian cuisine and meats from the charcoal grill. Live music is also played into the evening. https://www.marbellaclub.com/eat-and-drink/mc-beach
Club de Playa Cabane Part of the Hotel Los Monteros inthe exclusive Los Monteros urbanizacion east of Marbella, La Cabane provides all manner and size of luxury sunbeds and the prerequisite Champagne to complement the occasion. The atmosphere is exclusive and Mediterranean candle-lit dinners are a specialty here, along with live music at weekends. https://www.monteros.com/en/la-cabane/
Hotel Los Monteros SPA & Golf Resort 5GL
Km 187 Calle Lince
Club de Playa Cabane Part of the Hotel Los Monteros inthe exclusive Los Monteros urbanizacion east of Marbella, La Cabane provides all manner and size of luxury sunbeds and the prerequisite Champagne to complement the occasion. The atmosphere is exclusive and Mediterranean candle-lit dinners are a specialty here, along with live music at weekends. https://www.monteros.com/en/la-cabane/
Opium Beach Club is the ideal perfect plan for a nice cold drink whilst soaking in the sun and setting the standards. Expect the very best service and views to go with it! Enjoy and relax by the pool which is located on the beach with a cocktail and an amazing ambiance. https://opiumbeachmarbella.com/new/index.html
Opium Beach Club Marbella
2 Autovía del Mediterráneo
Opium Beach Club is the ideal perfect plan for a nice cold drink whilst soaking in the sun and setting the standards. Expect the very best service and views to go with it! Enjoy and relax by the pool which is located on the beach with a cocktail and an amazing ambiance. https://opiumbeachmarbella.com/new/index.html
The Puente Romano Beach Resort is home to the Marbella version of the well-established Ibiza brand, El Chiringuito. The location is the former Del Mar Beach Club directly on the sand and alongside the superb Sea Grill Restaurant. The Mediterranean kitchen offers a wide variety of truly authentic 'El Chiringuito' dishes. The menu created by French chef Jèrome Palayer includes Lobster Risotto, seared tuna fresh from the wood fire grill, sea bass cooked in sea salt crust or Nebraska entrecôte. If one prefers, El Chiringuito’s menu will be served on the beach on its wide sun loungers or under the safari–style tent. Furthermore, the refreshing juices, cocktails and smoothies are specialities not to be missed. El Chiringuito ́s goal is to serve honest, great tasting food in a warm, soft & loving environment. Situated at the Puente Romano's beach, El Chiringuito Marbella's perfect location allows enjoying sea views, tanning on the tranquil sun loungers or just people watching while sipping cocktails. El Chiringuito Marbella is open every day for lunch, dinner and cocktails during the summer months.
El Chiringuito Puente Romano
The Puente Romano Beach Resort is home to the Marbella version of the well-established Ibiza brand, El Chiringuito. The location is the former Del Mar Beach Club directly on the sand and alongside the superb Sea Grill Restaurant. The Mediterranean kitchen offers a wide variety of truly authentic 'El Chiringuito' dishes. The menu created by French chef Jèrome Palayer includes Lobster Risotto, seared tuna fresh from the wood fire grill, sea bass cooked in sea salt crust or Nebraska entrecôte. If one prefers, El Chiringuito’s menu will be served on the beach on its wide sun loungers or under the safari–style tent. Furthermore, the refreshing juices, cocktails and smoothies are specialities not to be missed. El Chiringuito ́s goal is to serve honest, great tasting food in a warm, soft & loving environment. Situated at the Puente Romano's beach, El Chiringuito Marbella's perfect location allows enjoying sea views, tanning on the tranquil sun loungers or just people watching while sipping cocktails. El Chiringuito Marbella is open every day for lunch, dinner and cocktails during the summer months.
The newly renovated Plaza Beach in Puerto Banús, has made quite a name for itself since 2014. It's a great beach restaurant and beach club featured in an episode of The Only Way is Marbella 2014. There's plenty of areas to relax and enjoy your day at Plaza Beach, from the restaurant tables where you can feast on dishes from their varied menu, lounging on their cabana beds as you soak up the sun, or cool off in one their jacuzzis. Plaza Beach has become quite known for their parties with DJs from all over the world coming to play, so grab yourself a cocktail or a glass of champagne and head down there. https://www.plazabeachbanus.com/
Plaza Beach
7 Conjunto Benabolá
The newly renovated Plaza Beach in Puerto Banús, has made quite a name for itself since 2014. It's a great beach restaurant and beach club featured in an episode of The Only Way is Marbella 2014. There's plenty of areas to relax and enjoy your day at Plaza Beach, from the restaurant tables where you can feast on dishes from their varied menu, lounging on their cabana beds as you soak up the sun, or cool off in one their jacuzzis. Plaza Beach has become quite known for their parties with DJs from all over the world coming to play, so grab yourself a cocktail or a glass of champagne and head down there. https://www.plazabeachbanus.com/
Sala Beach (previously Buddha Beach) Marbella’s first boutique beach club, Buddha Beach became Sala Beach in 2012. Sala Beach offers a relaxed atmosphere in a beautiful setting near Puerto Banus. The excellent poolside restaurant is open for day and evening dinning, including a selection of Thai fusion food and sushi, and sun lounger service includes a snack menu throughout the day. There is a VIP area with rockpool Jacuzzi and three bars including a Champagne & Seafood Bar. There is a spa including Fish Pedicures and Massages, and live acts perform through the summer, including Alexander O’ Neil, Imagination, The Drifters, Manolo y Lito, Rose Royce and Soul II Soul with Jazzie B. Popular with both residents and visitors. Access from the seafront promenade of Playa Nueva Andalucia https://lasalabythesea.com/
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La Sala By The Sea
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Sala Beach (previously Buddha Beach) Marbella’s first boutique beach club, Buddha Beach became Sala Beach in 2012. Sala Beach offers a relaxed atmosphere in a beautiful setting near Puerto Banus. The excellent poolside restaurant is open for day and evening dinning, including a selection of Thai fusion food and sushi, and sun lounger service includes a snack menu throughout the day. There is a VIP area with rockpool Jacuzzi and three bars including a Champagne & Seafood Bar. There is a spa including Fish Pedicures and Massages, and live acts perform through the summer, including Alexander O’ Neil, Imagination, The Drifters, Manolo y Lito, Rose Royce and Soul II Soul with Jazzie B. Popular with both residents and visitors. Access from the seafront promenade of Playa Nueva Andalucia https://lasalabythesea.com/