Must see if near by. We spent most afternoons walking round the small alleys, you come across gorgeous courtyards where it is only right to stop for a drink. Lots of cheap places to eat and drink once you are off orange square.
About Marbella Old Quarter
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Visited the Old Quarter the 3 Nights We Stayed in Marbella ,Very Nice Traditional Shops , Restaurants & Bars .Lots of Small Little Plaza's Round Each Corner ,Orange Square a Must . Not all the Glitz & Glamour We All Associate With Marbella ,Spread the...More
We visited Old Quarter Marbella several times during our recent stay at the Marriott Beach Club in Marbella. What a fun place to eat, shop and explore the culture of Marbella, Spain. We went to the Iglesia Mayor de Encarnacion and then shopped and ate...More
A bit of a hilly walk but fun to see the square and the fountains. A walking tour can be completed in about 2-3 hours.
Stayed in Old Town Marbella next to Orange Square. Loads of quaint shops, various options for dining, mostly outside on the pretty cobbled streets. Lots to do, near beach, marina and lovely parks.
The pedestrianised, historic old town is a joy to explore and has been unspoilt by time. Quality shops and restaurants abound in the lovely old buildings.
Marbella' old quarter is beautiful and you really get a feeling that you are in Spain,unlike the artificially created surroundings. A lot of the area basically consists of built up beach towns with Gucci shops and others like that, but the feeeling once you walk...More