Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Marbella

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Marbella Attractions

Tourist Attractions in Marbella

Museo Ralli

Museum in Marbella

This superb private art museum exhibits works by primarily Latin American and European artists in bright, well-lit galleries. Part of a nonprofit foundation with four other museums, its wide-ranging, regularly rotating exhibitions include sculptures by Salvador Dalí, vibrant contemporary paintings by Argentinian surrealist Alicia Carletti and Peruvian artist Herman Braun-Vega, and works by heavyweights like Joan Miró, Henry Moore and Giorgio de Chirico.
It’s 6km west of central Marbella near Puerto Banús.

Open: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Address: Urb.coral Beach, N-340,km.176, 29602, Marbella Spain

Plaza de los Naranjos

Square in Marbella

The Plaza de los Naranjos is a plaza in the old town of Marbella, Spain. At the heart of Marbella’s casco antiguo is the extremely pretty Plaza de los Naranjos, dating back to 1485, with tropical plants, palms, orange trees and, inevitably, overpriced bars. After the Christian conquest of the city from The Moors; the area was created to be the urban hub of the city.

Museo del Grabado Español

Museum in Marbella

This small art museum in the old town includes works by some of the great masters, including Pablo Picasso, Joan Miró and Salvador Dalí, among the work of other, primarily Spanish, painters.

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Marbella Castle

The Castillo de Marbella was built around the 9th century during the Moorish occupation of southern Spain, at which time Marbella was one of the most important cities in Al-Andaluz (as Moorish-ruled Spain was then called). Its defensive walls and ten watchtowers date from the 10th and 11th ceturies and, although battle-scarred and crumbling in places, are still formidable.

7 Calle Portada, Marbella, Spain


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