Tourism in the Costa del Sol and specifically in Marbella and San Pedro Alcántara is varied. It is influenced by civilizations such as the Romans and Arabs give trait to their culture, customs and folklore.
La Ermita de Santiago is a Catholic church in the city of Marbella in the province of Malaga, Spain. It dates from the fifteenth century, it is the oldest religious building in the city.
The Museum of Contemporary Spanish Prints, houses a private collection of over two thousand prints. It was the old Bazán Hospital, Renaissance civil architecture of the sixteenth century.
Thanks to its excellent location, Marbella is very close to various major cities. On its eastern side, bordering Mijas, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Torremolinos and one of the most important cities of Andalusia, Malaga.
It is one of the most important points of the Costa del Sol. It is divided into several parts. El Pueblo; located at the top, Meditarránea traditional architecture and spectacular views.
Arroyo de la Miel, is where most of the population lives with great international appeal and an amusement park. And finally Benalmádena Costa, it’s an area where a lot of tourism in the Costa del Sol takes place, hotels, golf courses etc … It has one of the most spectacular marinas around the world, Puerto Marina.
To the north is Ronda, a town with much charm and amazing sites.
On its western side is San Pedro de Alcantara. A few kilometers we can find Estepona and just over 1 hour drive you can visit La Linea de la Concepcion, Gibraltar, city full of history belonging to the UK and beyond Algeciras, Tarifa and Cadiz.
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