Marbella’s Old Town is one of the most beautiful of its kind in Andalucía. It is a magnificently preserved area with narrow, white streets and floral balconies where, along with a wide range of establishments, you will find Plaza de los Naranjos or Orange Square, which includes the 16th Century Town Hall, in a perfect state of preservation, the Ermita de Santiago or Santiago Chapel, the first Christian church in the town, built in the 15th century, the Casa del Corregidor or Mayor’s House, dating back to the 16th century. Close by is the Iglesia de la Encarnación or Church of the Incarnation, work on which started in the 17th century, the 16th century Capilla or Chapel de San Juan de Dios, which will one day become part of the town’s hospital, the Ermita or Chapel del Santo Cristo de la Vera Cruz, constructed in the 16th century, and the Hospital Bazán which has, since 1992, housed the Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo (Museum of Modern Spanish Engravings), the foremost of its generation, featuring a broad range of artists such as Picasso, Miró, Tapies, Chillida and many others. You can also visit the remains of the walls which surrounded the Muslim town and those of the Arabic Castle where you can even see traces of Roman capitals extracted from other buildings and used in their construction.

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Cork Shop in the Old Town.

BBVA Bank office 4135 in Plaza de África. 4 ATM’s. Hours: Monday – Friday 8.30am – 2.30pm

Entre Limones Restaurant in the Old Town.

Two Michelin star restaurant in the Old Town.

Gipsy Marbella is a souvenir shop with a variety of gifts and curiosities. Located in the beautiful Old Town, it also specializes in the sale of Handpans.

Participating in La Ruta de La Tapa Cherry Tower Top La Venezia       Ice Cream shop in the old town.

Puerta del Príncipe Live Music Venue in the Old Town.

Shop specializing in Extra Virgin Olive Oils, gourmet food, natural cosmetics and wines.

A fusion between traditional and innovation in the Old Town. Restaurant and Tapas bar.