Jardines Del Mar Apartments Marbella

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Roy Boston, S/N, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29640, Spain
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exploring Anadalucia

by white-ray

hello...
im planning a trip to spain next month, im only staying there for about 10 days, i have a family wedding to attend in Marbella, so i guess ill stay in that area...but im hesitating whether to stay in Marbella and go for day trips by train to Andalucia (Granada, seville, Cordoba...etc) or should i stay in Andalucia... if anyone has any suggestions on where to stay, what to see and where to go (even if you can recommend a nice resort to stay at) i would really appreciate it...

PS. im not big on partying. i love sight seeing, green setting& architectural sights...

Re: exploring Anadalucia

by lettychuffy

Hi
I have lived near Andalucia for many years. I think it would really good if you could visit some local places.
I'm English and the only problem I can see is the heat.If you don't mind this there isn't a problem. I have visited Granada a few times . It's one of my favourite places. Another place could be Ronda a small town but many people go to visit it.
I live in a place called Ceuta . It's on the north African coast opposite Gib.
If no one has given you anymore ideas by tomorrow Ill ask my workmates
All the best
Letty

Re: exploring Anadalucia

by Dabs

Ronda is an excellent daytrip from Marbella, it's a beautiful drive to get there and once there a lot to see. Gibraltar, while not in Spain, is another option for a daytrip if you want to get a little of British flavor while in Spain, it's got an interesting history although I wouldn't say it was a must see.

With 10 days though, I'd definitely add in a trip to either Seville/Cordoba or Granada, hopefully you can stay overnight as there's at least 2 days of things to see and do in both locations. The last time I was in Marbella we took a bus to Granada and spent a couple of nights there and I was glad that I did it a bit more leisurely than a daytrip which is what I did the 1st time we went.

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Re: exploring Anadalucia

by Roadquill

I would spend 3 nights in Sevilla with a day trip to Cordoba, at least 2 nights in Granada, then head down to Marbella where you can also do Ronda.

Re: exploring Anadalucia

by Aitana

I agree with the above recommendations but I would add a visit to Ubeda, Baeza and Jaen. Ubeda and Baeza were very important cities in the 16th century and conserve many Renaissance buildings worth to be visited (see some VT pages to have a look).
BTW, even when you are in Mabella or visit Malaga or Almeria you will be in Andalucia anyway ;-)

Re: exploring Anadalucia

by frankadam

Altough Marbella center is really nice, in this period of summer i would stay a bit more inland. I know some very nice quiet small hotels or B&B´s just 20 minutes from Marbella, like Santa Fé in the village Coin or El Molino Santisteban in Guaro. It is no option traveling by train to Granada or Sevilla from Marbella. The trains depart from Málaga so it is better to rent a car (or stay in Malaga-city). I travelled in may this year and bought the Andalusia travelcard, the webiste is www.andalusiatravelcard.com, a really good tip to find nice small hotels and b&b´s and a cheap car.

Travel Tips for Marbella

Expensive Marbella

by claire1011

I would like to take them to Puerto Banus,its a real eye opener to see how the other half live.
The boats on the banus in the harbour are just fantastic and its so interesting just to watch the owners come and go on and off the boat all dressed and getting in there porsches and driving off into the moonlight,just like a fairytale.
You can sit and watch in one of the bars on the banus but take plenty of euros as the drinks are not cheap.But its goood fun........ Dont have fondest memories just lots of holidays there lying around in the sunshine and chillin.

Beaches and Buildings

by Geoff_Wright

Part of the beach at marbella, and an imposing, modern, but attractive apartment block. Sorry about the photographer, he was one of the local Paparazzi, looking for a story about the famous 'El Geffos'!!

Espetos a tradition in the area

by Carmela71

The way of eating here the sardines is tipical, we call them espetos. Normally you have them on chiriguitos (beach restaurants).

They have to be cooked on the grills on boats full of sand, see the pic lol a photos shows more than 1000 words ;-)

El Tanguito at old town

by Carmela71

Is a pub with a nice terrace and interesting music also they do exhibitions of paintings.

At the top there is an Argentinian restaurant. We went last month and if you get recomended the Argentinian steak, thinki it twice, is massive and not as good as it should be as personal opinion.

I always liked the pub ... and took some vt members as: Krista and Zuzu (a dangerous night lol) and Stace, Olga and Miguel (well Olga and me we used to go there often before lol)

Paella

by Sheridon about Malika Beach

Delicious food.....cocktails....sangria....sunbeds.....all set on a beautiful beach. Excellent for long lazy days on the beach with waitress service (me!) #Malika Seafood Paella
#Malika assorted fish & seafood mixed grill

These are my favourites as they are very tasty traditional Spanish dishes...plus eating the fresh seafood more or less sitting on the beach, watching & listening to the waves with a jug of sangria at hand is as you can imagine....heaven! (Well for me it is!) It's just a pitty i'm the 1 hard at work serving your food & making your sangria!

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 Jardines Del Mar Apartments Marbella

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Address: Roy Boston, S/N, Marbella, Costa del Sol, 29640, Spain