Andalucian gastronomy is as varied and rich as all of its landscapes and has a mixture of Arabic and Roman influences that vary from the coast to inland areas.
Olive oil plays a big role in Andalusian cooking, making it one of the main ingredients used for most recipes.
Gazpacho is probably the most typical Andalusian dish, which is served cold.
One of the best things about visiting Marbella is the chance to sample some of the fabulous and local cuisine that is on offer. Whether it's out at one of the fantastic restaurants or cooked at home after finding some great local produce... you will surely fall in love with every Andalucian treat.