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Marbella is the great classic of the Costa del sol coast thanks to its climate, natural setting, coasts, important sports complexes and, above all, the friendliness people.

Yes, Marbella is definitely a place you don't want to miss. Not only is it a great place to spend your holidays, but also to live. The town has lots of things to do such as exploring the beautiful old town, visiting Puerto Banus, and playing golf.

Marbella has ranked as the best place to live in Europe for decades. And the resort regularly tops the list of destination to buy a dream house. This popular holiday spot in Spain offers an exceptional quality of life and plenty to do plus everything is designed for only the best.

Marbella is full of amazing parks where you can take a stroll with all the family and let your children have a  run around. A good example is Arroyo de la Represa, which has a duck pond and Museo del Bonsái, a bonsai museum. You will also want to visit La Alameda, Marbella's best-known park.

Marbella Old Town is one of the most beautiful towns in Spain whitewashed buildings, cobblestone streets, orange trees, bougainvillaeas flowers hanging down from houses and blue plant pots with bright flowers. It's a picturesque place no matter which path you take.

What is Marbella famous food?

Our famous dishes include croquetas (Iberian ham, seafood or otherwise), boquerones (anchovies), pulpo (octopus), patatas bravas (spicy potatoes) and pimiento del piquillo (spicy peppers).