Marbella has four ports, the Puerto Banús is the most famous and largest one.
It is considered as the most popular marina in Spain and is one of the main attractions of Marbella, where you can admire a daily variety of the biggest and most beautiful yachts. The other ports are the Cabopino Marina, La Bajadilla and Virgen Del Carmen.
Iglesia Mayor de la Encarnación
This church is one of the most important ones in Spain, and was built in the 18th Century. Its style is attributed to the Rococo and Baroque periods; especially a view of the interior of the Church is worth it, containing an impressive organ and many figures.
The Arab wall was built in the time of the Moorish occupation. It was built in 1100 AD. The Moors invaded in the 8th Century in Spain and also conquered Marbella.
Marbella is also very popular for the local cuisine. Many tourists want to try Spanish delicacies and region-specific food and drink.
Typical dishes are: Boquerones en Vinagre (pickled anchovies) and Ensalada Malagueña (salad with codfish, oranges and potatoes) as well as many other dishes with fish or other seafood.