Where to Watch the World Cup Live in Marbella
Some of the best places to watch the World Cup in Marbella for the Qatar 2022 games.
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Three Kings is the main Christmas period celebration of the year in Spain and the celebrations in Marbella are magnificent and most certainly a spectacle to enjoy if you are visiting at this time of year.
My Guide Marbella Vlog is brought to you regularly throughout the year by the Local Expert team in Marbella. We look to highlight new venues, activities, things to do, events and inspiration from Marbella.
In Spain, children must attend a state school within a certain distance of their home, so if you have a preference for a particular school, it's important to buy or rent a home within that school's catchment area.
Head chef of La Sala brings you some top tips and recipes from his signature dishes as well as a competition to enter to win a meal for 2!
A round-up of some useful ideas for kids of different ages during the Corona Virus lockdown in Marbella, or to be honest ideas for any time that you want to just stay at home!
Easter 2020 for many of us in the world is one that will be spent at home. Parades and ceremonies are cancelled across the globe due to Covid-19 quarantine measures however, that doesn't mean you can't have some fun over Easter weekend with your family.
My Guide Marbella brings to you the sounds of Marbella's favourite beach clubs so that if you can't visit them you can most certainly get the tunes on, sit back and dream! Music is a powerful way to transport the mind and soul to our sunny shores all year round!
We may not be travelling but that doesn't mean that we can't use this time to discover new interests and grow our abilities at some of our favourite hobbies. Rather than binge-watching box sets during the Covid-19 lockdown period, why not take this time to be constructive! Here are some suggestions for things to do from home which also, importantly, still support the local Marbella businesses.
La Sala Puerto Banus have confirmed that No 1 festive celebrity icon Santa Claus, will be visiting the Marbella venue THREE times leading up to Christmas.
Situated in Old town Marbella and only an 8-minute walk from the beach, Orange Square is a must-see in order to experience some of Marbella’s oldest buildings and dine underneath the beautiful Sevilla orange trees. Check out the array of boutique shops along the cobbled streets and don't forget to relax in the square and have a wheel of churros from the oldest Churrería in Marbella, 'Churrería Ramón.'
Marbella is renowned for its glamorous beach clubs, mega mansions and luxurious lifestyle, where champagne is splashed at you as opposed to being consumed, but there is a lot more to be found here in Marbella if your budget is being watched carefully
With more and more people choosing a meat-free existence, My Guide Marbella delves into the culinary minefield that is Vegetarian Tapas.
Halloween is coming up and so is the Tapas Route, so why not combine the two, Trick or Tapa!
Take part in this fun and unique tapas run where you will enjoy some delicious and crazy ideas for tapas.
La Sala will be preparing a fantastic Christmas themed Ski Lodge so there's no need to escape to Sierra Nevada this winter season, as the outdoor terrace at La Sala will be receiving a festive makeover with dazzling snow and Christmas lights making this space a truly unique and cozy place to celebrate with close friends and family.
In October the weather is perfect in the South of Spain, not too hot or cold, the perfect time for this amazing 4 day walk where you will discover the unknown sides of Marbella, together with walkers from all over the world.
Marbella, sometimes known as the jewel of the Med, just a short hop from most European cities, has some of the best ports in the world
Yes, you read that right, you can now download an app to let you know the whereabouts of these wobbly blighters, making your daily swim a non-stinging event.
Feria de Marbella will begin the festivities with fireworks on Tuesday the 5th of June.
By 21:00 pm all the huts will be full of people and music ready for the party to begin!
Hiking is great to get away from the routine and breathe in some fresh air. Marbella is home to many places where you can practice this sport.
TUUR Adventure Experts offers you a unique experience, exploring the Rio Verde Canyon. They are one of the few professional companies who offer all sections of Rio Verde Canyon!
If you´re looking for something fun, exciting, and free to do in the centre of Marbella, for an hour or so, be sure to check out this quiz for all ages, from toddlers to teenagers, and even adults!
If you´re looking for something fun, exciting, and free to do in Puerto Banús, Marbella, for an hour or so, be sure to check out this quiz for all ages, from toddlers to teenagers, and even adults!
Here are some ideas for the top 10 things to do in Marbella this summer
If you want to enjoy a dining experience on the beach without visiting a restaurant then a BBQ at the beach is a great way to do so.
Every year is the same, the days get longer, the sun gets warmer and suddenly summer is here! The schools in Marbella close for almost 3 months from the end of June to the beginning of September so it is a long period of time to be without structured activity and entertainment for little minds! The summer camps in Marbella are not just for local children though, they are also activities that you can enrol your children on whilst on holiday for a day, the week or a little longer if you are here for the summer.
Club Med returns to Spain with a new Resort in Marbella for summer 2019
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The Half Term Holidays for Schools across Europe and further afield too are generally in February/March and October which although they are low seasons here in Marbella, still offer great weather, calmer roads than in the summer months and plenty of activities to choose from so it makes for a great time to travel to this part of the world as a family.
Celebrating New Year's Eve in Marbella, whether you are a local or a tourist to our town, always promises a party night to remember! Despite the relatively small size of the Marbella municipality, we offer a real variety of venue choices if you wish to go out for the night and celebrate or, alternatively, if you prefer to stay in at home or you've decided to rent a property with friends or family then bringing the party to you with top Private Chefs and high-class entertainment is also possible!
Christmas programmes in Marbella and San Pedro de Alcántara 2017:
Christmas Day in Marbella is celebrated in many venues along the coast and we are happy to present a concise guide to help you choose the right location for you. Certain restaurants will be offering a traditional British type of cuisine whereas others will be happy to present a more creative or Mediterranean inspired menu with Seafood often being prominently featured. Most places will offer a set menu, however, there are a few that are just going for the a la carte approach.
Halloween is celebrated in truly terrifying style in Marbella as it is in many other parts of the world! With fun for all the family at restaurants, play centres, schools, sports clubs and within the towns and villages themselves make sure you have your outfit at the ready and get ready to be seriously scared!
A thousand neon clad walkers attended this years IV Neon Night Solidarity walk for CADI, a charity set up to help children with special needs
Top 10 Things to do in Marbella - We have lived in Marbella collectively for over a 100 years so this articles give a taste of some of the best things to do while you are
This unique mountain range allows snow fanatics to enjoy the resort from December until April each year, where due to its high peaks and with the occasional help of snow
La Noche de San Juan marks the beginning of the summer solstice and is held each year on the evening of June 23 and runs into the early hours of June 24. San Juan celebrates the shortest night and the longest day of the year.
One of our favourite suggestions for fun things to do in Marbella and Puerto Banús includes a day at sea. Whether you are a couple looking for a romantic few hours on th
My Guide Marbella have partnered with the locally based and experienced team at My Local Concierge. We share a similar knowledge and passion for Marbella however their te
In the unlikely event you run out of things to do in Marbella, there are plenty of day trips and excursions you can take. In this article we have put together a short gui
Whether you choose to spend an evening walking through the town centre taking in the Christmas lights or to take your children to Santa's grotto, Christmas can be as magical in Marbella as anywhere else in the world.
Keep the little ones, and the older ones too, smiling on a budget!.
Easter in Marbella, eagerly anticipated by tourists and locals alike, is the signal that Summer is just around the corner. But of course Easter, or Semana Santa (Holy Week).
Most people come to Marbella for a specific type of holiday…a week with the family spent mostly on the beach or by the pool, a holiday with friends enjoying the crazy,
We’ve put together some suggestions on the top attractions in Marbella for the kids so you never need to hear those "I'm bored!" words again!
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