Incosol Hotel & Spa

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Urbanizacion Golf Rio Real S/N, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29600, Spain
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Excellent
34%
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Very Good
31%
14
Average
9%
4
Poor
15%
7
Terrible
9%
4

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Costs 23% less but rated 13% lower than other 5 star hotels

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Forum Posts

La Concha

by daarth

We'll be near Marbella at the end of February and thought of trying to hike the La Concha from the Refugio de Juanar. I see there are many good trails to choose between. Anyone have personal experience, and which one is preferable?

Re: La Concha

by puerto_lover

Did you find the routes shown on:
http://es.wikiloc.com

Several for La Concha. You need to zoom right in to then find the listing.
Maybe this will help planning?

The Caminantes of Marbella may also give you some help ?

http://www.caminantes.org/

Re: La Concha

by daarth

Thanks, I have plenty of maps already :-)
I can even see the La Concha from our apartment window See my Marbella page), but we haven't gone hiking there yet (usually too hot). It would be nice to hear from someone that has already hiked there and advice on what trails are good.
In October we hiked at El Torcal near Antequera, and that was fantastic. But it is time to try La Concha next

Re: La Concha

by puerto_lover

Just when I wrote my message I thought - this is completely useless because you had already researched it !

I know some of the 'caminatas' over towards Sierra de Grazalema and recently did the Boyar-Benaocaz one. Pick the right weather and it's fantastic !

Hope that you find your ideal route.

Re: La Concha

by daarth

Yes, it's best done in the less hot weather :-)
btw, I would welcome advice any other places you know of for next time!

Travel Tips for Marbella

Marbella's Roman Ruins

by Martin_S.

Stacey took us to see this Roman ruin near Marbella (no it is NOT in the city center, it is located in one of the outlying suburbs). It was closed when we arrived, it has never been open for viewing inside it looked like, there were no paths or opening hours posted. But you can see in the last photo how Stacey and I did view the mosaics...
The main, or central motiv appears to be either an emperor, or if you have a more vivid imagination it could be Medusa...

Paseo Maritimo

by Carmela71

There something very tipical for spanish people, is the "paseo" afternoon, people get dress and walk along the promenade or main street of their cities.

We have that use here too, and all the year you will find lots of people walking along the paseo until late at night, or doing sports during the day (all year)

Real Flamenco

by daarth

You can watch a flamenco show done by professionals, and that is quite impressive. But there is nothing like a local show, were the family of the dancers are among the audience. It gives quite an atmosphere :-)

the hole day experience...

by venteeocho about puerto banus

probably the ultimate in coastal charisma
this harbour have many bar & restaurant
u can have lunch, dinner, just a drink
enjoying the fabulous view
and cosmopolitan atmosphere
Ultra-fashionable ! jeans with rolex president,
biquinis with tank francoise, cartier

Paella!!! Fish was good too

by Suet about Restaurante Sol de Europa

You can eat in or out, the cafe style suited the people watchers. The promenade was just feet away and watching people strolling by added to the European atmosphere. I had the delightful experience of watching a small puppy play with an older dog for about 20 minutes, up and down the promenade, in and out of peoples' legs....

The palm trees create a tropical feel, the hothouse plants add to that impression and the sun was not too hot in May. A pleasant way to spend the afternoon. I just love paella... the colours, the combinations of flavours, but most of all the seafood. With chilled white wine or a nice cold beer, it went down very well indeed.

Starters for me was Gapazcho soup. Chilled soup is a rare delight for me, normally being too cold to have it at home. The sun set it off just nicely!

The dessert was a fantastic choccy mouse thingy in a glass, nice and light, not too filling.

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Address: Urbanizacion Golf Rio Real S/N, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29600, Spain