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Marbella History

The town of Marbella was founded about 1600 BC by the Romans according to the historians. They called this place Saldub meaning Salt City. The Archeologist have found the remains from that period like the Villa Romano de Rio Verde and Bovedas, which were of the 3rd century BC.

History reveals that the Muslims arrived to this part of the world in the first decade of the 6th century and named it Marbil-la. A fortress was built by them in the style of the Damascus caliphate and a defensive wall was built around it to protect it from the attack of Christian forces. The catholic monarchs took over the town from the hands of the Muslims, when Mohamed Abuenza was defeated by King Fernando.? From this point of time the town was renamed as Marbella.

After the conquest of this place by the Christian, this place started to grow by developing its farmlands and the production from agriculture. They built new houses and residential districts all through the town. But till the end of the 18th century the town consisted of only 820 buildings out of which many remained empty.

The San Louis fort was constructed by the Christians in 1725 to protect the inhabitants from Mediterranean pirate raids.? This fort was later damaged by the French during their retreat at the end of the peninsular war.

During the 19th century Marbella expanded beyond the old monuments of the town. New constructions like bridges and roads were constructed. Modern machinery and new industries were witnessed, though agriculture remained to be its main source of income.

The town started to take it present shape after the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). After the 1940s the tourist started exploring this place and later beacame a great tourist destination. Businessmen like Prince Alfonso de Hohenlohe started constructing hotels and resorts because he could sense that this place would convert into a great attraction for tourist.

In a duration of just 50 years the place was completely transformed. The place which was just a small farming village was now converted to an Internationaltourist destination, and this was due to its beautiful climate and its golf courses.

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Marbella Weather

The weather of Marbella is well thought-out to be the most peaceful climate in its locality. Its average temperature remains around 19 degree Celsius all the way through the year. It is surrounded by the high peaks of the Sierra Blanca throughout. The winter season here are mild with little precipitation and the summer is warm without being suffocating.? The months of November to March witnesses the rainy season, with the wind blowing form the east 320 days a year.

The region of Marbella covers an area of 114.3sq km and 27 km all along the beaches. This region consists of many important places like Marbella, San Pedro de Alc?ntara, Puerto Ban?s, Nueva Andalucia and Las Chapas, as well as several suburbs. This county of Marbella is surrounded by Estepona, Benahav?s, Ist?n, Oj?n and Mijas.

The rivers here run for short distances and fall into the Mediterranean Sea. Some of its most important rivers are the Guadalmina, Gaidaiza, and Verde y Real.? The weather here provides a chance to enjoy the outdoor life in winter without rain or the cold weather.

The constant climate of Marbella has made it an excellent vacation spot which can be enjoyed by the tourist all through the year.? This place enjoys the highest number of sunny days all through the year. The spring and the summer are the busiest seasons, when tourists fly to this place of the world to spend their holidays.? This is because the summer over here are hot and dry and are perfect for sun lovers. The rates are also higher during these busy seasons because of the heavy traffic of the tourist. ?The winter season is so gentle that people love to spend their winter vacations over here.

The day time during the summer season witnesses a temperature between mid twenties and high thirties, and it drops to 10 degree in the winter season. The winter season also witnesses a bit of rain which further reduces the temperature a bit.

The amazing combination of seasons makes Marbella one of the best destinations for tourist.???????? There are many car rental companies.

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Marbella Transport

The transport networks of Marbella are very good which makes it easier for visitors to travel the entire town. Many areas of the can be covered on foot, there are also facilities of taxi, bus or train.? But visitors prefer the public bus system more for transportation. The busses are available all through the town and are the main method of transportation to all corners of the country. It bus station is located on Ave del Trapiche in northern Marbella.? Another popular means of city transport to travel to the nearby areas is the railway system. The railway system consists of three types in this area: the high speed, the long distance and the Talgo 200 which travels from Marbella to Madrid.

The visitors to this place who are interested to see the whole of Marbella using the public transport? can go for the public transportation which offers a twenty minute ride starting at El Faro Street and travelling around the area. It is a very cheap mode of transport that can be afforded by any individual.

Taxis are another means of transport which are hired by the visitors. These taxis operate on a metered fare system. The cab owners have arrangements with the reputable hotels and vice versa so that they can both help each other in their business. The only means of transportation between the airport and Marbella is the bus transportation. Taxis are another means to travel from Marbella to the airport and vice versa as it is a good way of not only getting from airport to the place of accommodation.

The various modes of transport have made this place very popular among the tourist. Its easily accessible and cheap modes of transportation attract visitors.?? The taxi and the buses are the most popular means of transportation in this part of the world and are very popular among the visitors.

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Marbella Attractions

Marbella is a major tourist destination, with tourist visiting from all the parts of the world. Its major attractions are its scenic beauty and the beautiful long coastline. Marbella is one of the Costa del Sol?s most popular tourist resorts.? Its sandy beaches, large variety of water sports and other tourist spots attract the customer to visit this place repeatedly. There is various selections of water sports and notable tourist attraction in Marbella which include cruises around Jose Banus Port and a scenic coastal boardwalk known locally as the Paseo Maritimo.

There are some more top attractions in Marbella like the Plaza de Los Naranjos.? This is surrounded by historic buildings and structures, and the Plaza de Toros. This is Marbella?s famous Bullring, where many seasonal events and fiestas are held. Here is some further information about Marbella?s main tourist attraction.

Some of the other Marbella Tourist Attractions are :

  • City Boardwalk (Paseo Maritimo) - Promenade de Marbelli, Marbella, 29600, Costa del Sol, Spain.
The famous boardwalk of Marbella is more than 6 km / 10 miles elongated and stretches along the coastline and beachfront, surrounded by white balustrade. It is popular with both locals and visitors in Marbella. The boardwalk opens up the city and makes many of the main attractions and beaches easily accessible. The Paseo Maritimo also offers some superb coastal views, a number of coffee shops, caf?s, restaurants and bars, seafront hotels and seating areas.
  • Los Naranjos Square (Plaza de Los Naranjos) - Main Street, Marbella, 29600, Costa del Sol, SpainLos Naranjos Square is Situated in the centre of Marbella town. It is a mainly appealing spot, being bounded by a number of prominent buildings and tourist attractions. With classical Renaissance-style structural design, the Plaza de Los Naranjos is an important part of local life and also features a historic fountain, a chapel dating back to the 1400s, the town hall (Ayuntamiento) and a number of nearby narrow streets and interesting shops.

Some of the other attractions:Olivia Valere (Upscale restaurant, bar and disco),Arabian wall, Bonsai museum,Museo del Grabado Espa?ol Contempor?neo, Old city centre,Playa de la Bajadilla (beach),Playa de Fontanilla (beach),Puerto Ban?s, a marina built by Jos? Ban?s where Rolls-Royces and Ferraris meet yachts.,The Golden Mile featuring the Marbella Club Hotel and its beach club, as well as the late King Fahad's palace.Encarnation's Church (Iglesia de la Encarnaci?n). Oldest church in the city situated in the old-town.

Marbella Disabled Visitors

Marbella is also a destination for vacation of the disabled persons as the disable passengers can easily access the Malaga Airport, which is a mere 30 minutes away from Marbella. It is well equipped with lifts, lowered pavements adapted washrooms, toilets and telephones. There are various devoted places for disabled tourists in the car parking of the airport. Taxis for disabled travelers are also obtainable from Radio Taxi de San Jos?.

Moving out from the airport and coming on to the main island the grandeur of all the beaches welcome the disabled in the same fashion as it is for the normal people. Superlative beach of Es Pujols, which is separated from the residential area by a perambulator boulevard, is quite good for disabled visitors. Es Pujols beach is made up of stretches of sand and low-lying rocks where one can see the fishermen's huts. It is a calm and silent beach for the entire family to take pleasure. Ramp and adapted chairs for disabled people are also available so that they can go in the water.

Many services are available for disabled people to enjoy their holidays in the most comfortable manner. There is access for disabled people on walkway, Bin, Bar, Beach bar, Car park, Lounger, Lifeguard, Pedalo, Restaurant, and the Sailing school. Hotels are completely disable friendly where ramps at the entrance of hotel lobby and even to all areas including the pool are built. The bathrooms are also 100% adapted as per disabled tourists needs.

Museums and Planetarium are also fully accessible for disabled visitors and you can request a wheelchair at the ticket office.

Malaga International Airport (AGP) is located South West of Malaga city centre. It services the Costa del Sol, with easy access to the E-15 (toll road) & N-340 motorways. With in excess of 12,500,000 passengers passing through the airport in 2004 Malaga is one of Spain's busiest destinations. Due to ever increasing demand, plans have been laid for further expansion, the airport has finally been given the go-ahead to begin a ?730 million (?483 million) expansion plan designed to double its capacity by 2010.

Disabled Facilities: Malaga International Airport (AGP) is fully equipped with ramps & disabled toilets. Wheelchairs are available on request.

Marbella Useful Contact

There are a few useful contact numbers that one should always keep with him so that in case of problem one can contact the site at the earliest. These contacts primarily include the contact numbers of firs aid, fire brigade, police station, rescue, airline, travel agent as well as of nearby shopping mall an hospital. Another very important consideration is that one should always keep a mobile phone with him so that he can contact the required site in earliest possible way and in case of contacting he can be contacted easily. In this way one can enjoy his trip by avoiding the major mishaps in the tour. Although one must have the idea that going to an unknown place can be pleasant as well as troublesome.

Police Station number is available to facilitate everyone in best possible regards. It helps people in inquiring as well as having safe mode of the life in any given site. Its number is given asPolice/Fire/Ambulance 092. In case of any emergency one can contact it in easiest possible respect

Emergency Contact Numbers

National Police 091

Local Police 112

Guardia Civil 062

Fire Brigade 080

Ambulance 061

Sea Rescue 900 20 22 02

Airport Contacts

Malaga Airport (0)95 204 8484

Important Numbers for tourists

M Bus Station 952 772 192

Marbella ? Costa del Sol Hospital 952 862 748

M arbella Dental Center 952 900 906

Taxis 952 823 535/952 774 488

Eating resorts are always one of the basic attractions for the people coming from any site. Therefore special consideration is made towards this very fact and one can find every type of food at the least possible distance. The local Linares food along with traditional Spanish one is very famous here but Italians as well as the traditional spicy Asian food items are also available to facilitate people

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