What to do in Marbella

Encapsulating the energy of the Andalusian town, here are the places to soak up the sun, culture and food during a mini break or week long beach holiday. 

Our Marbella store at the Puente Romano Beach Resort is the ultimate shopping destination, just five minutes walk from the beach. With its vibrant atmosphere and village feel, surrounded by lush foliage and sun drenched hues  - you’ll discover the ultimate destination on the Mediterranean.  

Best for: A long seafood lunch on the beach

Sea Grill

Set on the beach, inside the resort but with the feel of an undiscovered local gem, Sea Grill is bright, airy and open. It’s also worth stopping by for a cocktail at golden hour.

Best for: Making a night of dinner and drinks

Trocadero Arena

With an eclectic and characterful interior — amongst the palms, animal print, draping curtains and wooden sculptures, aesthetes will feel at home. Discover Mediterranean ingredients fused with Asian influence and an eccentric cocktail menu.

Best for: An effortless and luxurious stay

Puente Romano Beach Resort

With everything on-hand — pampering in the spa, dinner and music in the square (one of 15 places to eat), botanical gardens, drinks in the secluded jungle — there’s nowhere more peaceful if you plan to just turn up and switch off.

Best for: Getting a taste of tradition

Soak up the Andalusian atmosphere on a walk in the Old Town. Romantic cobblestone streets, striking painted ceramics and fragrant orange trees. Vibrant in the day and buzzy at night.

Best for: Retreat-levels of relaxation

Shanti-Som

Yoga and meditation surrounded by plush greenery and peaceful Balinese architecture. With a comprehensive spa treatment menu and an outdoor pool nestled in the Sierra de las Nieves Nature Park and Biosphere Reserve — reach new levels of relaxation.

Best for: A hit of culture before cocktail hour

SHOLEH ABGHARI Art Gallery

Showcasing and supporting both emerging and established artists, SHOLEH ABGHARI Art Gallery is an airy open space to wander around and soak in the art.

Best for: Treasure hunting

Ana Ortiz Ceramic Atelier

Inspired by the oriental philosophy of Wabi Sabi, Ana Ortiz’s designs combine luxury and tradition. Spend a few hours hunting for treasure.

Best for: Stretching your legs

A sea front walk, from San Pedro de Alcántara to Los Monteros

Take a stroll at sunrise or sunset along the sea front and take in the leafy palms, tiled benches, surrealist statues and expanse of blue waters.

Best for: A day at the beach

La Plage Canasis

Enjoy fresh fruity cocktails and organic food with a backdrop of palms and natural wooden structures. What more could you want for a day in the sun? Book a sunbed so you don’t miss out.

Best for: Escaping the midday heat

Ralli Museum

Playing host to works; by Dali and Miro, alongside an important collection of contemporary Latin American art – escape the midday heat at the Ralli Museum

Best for: Working up an appetite

Real Club Pádel Marbella

The Real Club Pádel Marbella will get your heart rate up — with expansive courts, outdoor gyms -  then relax with a jacuzzi, Turkish bath or sauna.