Hostal Paco

C/ Peral 16, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29600, Spain
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bargains

by mcart

My understanding is that Spain is known for its leather goods. Where should I shop to get the best value and what should I shop for? Or should I shop for something else as well? Are there any flea or farm markets in Marbella?

Re: bargains

by nada1712

There will be daily and weekly markets in Marbella and surrounding towns. When you get to Marbella there will be informationthat will tell you on what days the weekly marketsare. Most Spanish towns have Rastros on a Sunday. These are bric a brac second hand marketsand will have leather goods. The weekly town markets always have leather goods and clothes. You will get great bargains. Good leather belts can be 1 or 2 euros. Womens bags can be 6 euros. Shoes are great in the markets...cheap!

Re: bargains

by daarth

On Saturdays you have the market in Nueva Andalucia, just above the fancy Marbella marina of Puerto Banus. That is one suggestion were you will find stalls that sell leather goods. Some from Africa as well, and sadly some fake stuff too. The market is just above the bull ring, and this is about 10 km's west of downtown Marballa

Travel Tips for Marbella

Famous People

by Beach_dog

Marbella is renown as the playground for the jet-set. Julio Iglesias, Antonio Banderas, King Fayd of Saudia Arabia, all have homes or second homes here.

Last week I saw Charlie Dimmock ('who the heck is Charlie Dimmock'.... I hear you say), well she is a well known TV personality... actually a gardening programme presenter in the UK. She was filming a programme about six gardens and houses in the area. We spotted her in Marbella's Parque de la Alemeda, and I took a few quick pics between takes.

Encarnacion Church

by Carmela71

Views at night from the main church in the city center of Marbella Another attractions are the ruins of a 9th century Moorish fortress , the 16th century church Iglesia de la Encarnación and the Bazán Palace from the same epoch.

Costa Del Golf

by TRimer

When the Costa del Sol experienced a renaissance as a winter golf resort in the late eighties, the phrase "Costa del Golf" was coined. Between 1985 and 1991, no fewer than 17 new golf courses appeared, bringing the total along this 50 mile stretch of coast up to thirty. This concentration of quality golf courses, combined with the unique sunny and warm winter climate enjoyed by the region, led to its becoming unrivalled as a winter golf destination for northern Europeans, who while emerging as a serious force at all levels of golf, were deprived of the opportunity to play during the harsh winter months.

When Valderrama was chosen to host the Ryder Cup in 1997, the Costa del Golf received universal recognition as the finest winter golf resort in Europe, Advance reservations for the millenium led to a flurry of new golf courses to be constructed. The Marbella Golf Institute is one of Europe´s premier golf schools providing exclusive instructional programs. Our location, Marbella, offers the ultimate in golf destinations and climate to let you enjoy ideal golf learning experience

TREN TURISTICO DE MARBELLA (TOURIST TRAIN)

by LoriPori

If you just want to sit and relax, there is a small tourist train which will take you around Old Town. The TREN TURISTICO DE MARBELLA leaves from El Faro Street and the ride lasts about 25 minutes. The cost is 5,00 Euros for adults and free for children under 5.
Departures every 25 minutes.

Local and with Atmosphere!

by Suet about Casa Eladio

When you are partying with other VTers, this is the place to go! I loved the situation and the look of the place. Very Spanish, very welcoming and an awful lot of fun! Paella. Done properly, this is the best of all Spanish dishes. Not easy to cook, it has to be done in a certain order. I'll leave that to the professionals.

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