Head for all inclusive Marbella holidays, a stylish and glitzy resort that is possibly the most popular in the Costa del Sol. Marbella offers wonderful beaches, high-class all inclusive hotels, pubs and restaurants with a pulsating club scene. Some time ago this was a modest fishing hamlet, now all inclusive holidays in Marbella has grown hugely from the time when its’ setting up as a holiday resort during the 1940’s, now it is on a par to famous destinations for the rich and famous like Monte Carlo or St. Tropez, enticing among others superstars and royals.
A holiday in Marbella is a delightful combination of glitz and glamour. With a lovely walkway running along the seafront filled with shops, bars and restaurants, up to the legendary marina at Marbella, the base of lots of affluent yachts and crafts. The four miles sweep of soft yellow sand gives the ideal spot to unwind and take pleasure in the magnificent golden sun of the Costa del Sol. You are spoilt for choice with beaches at Marbella, there are two of them, El Fuerte and El Fontanilla. They deliver all the well-located facilities you would expect from a high class holiday resort.
Concealed backstage of Marbella’s fashionable appearance, with its’ elegant and expensive shops and stylish marina, lies an original old section called Orange Square. It has a network of tight lanes, strings of whitewashed buildings offering loads of enchanting home-grown trade stores. The hotels of Marbella are relatively low-rise but all will give lodging to fit most types of tourists and if you don’t fancy the resort then how about spending your Marbella holidays in a high-class private home or luxury villa that are peppered around the nearby hills and rural areas.
Loads of people only visit Marbella to dream and imagine and this resort will not disappoint the dreamer, jam-packed with high-class restaurants, cool bars and state-of-the-art nightclubs bursting with the resident high society. Best bet is to book an all inclusive Marbella holiday for a good value hotel whose restaurant will normally dish up all from good British food to the customary Spanish fare. The shops are packed with a combination of exclusive fashions and the normal souvenir merchandises. This is what you will come on an all inclusive to Marbella for, the ‘Golden Mile’ which runs from Marbella to Puerto Banus and where you will want to be and be seen. A Mile or so further west will present a yet more select display of exciting luxury crafts with casinos and 24/7 nightclubs and bars. More holiday fun in this area are plenty of water sports, and if you choose to travel all inclusive make sure your hotel includes or has the availability of tennis and golf. While in Marbella your holiday could include a journey into the countryside around Marbella which is just the thing for picturesque hikes and mountain biking.
Map of Marbella, Málaga Spain
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