Make It Private With Lavish Tours to Magnanimous Marbella

Marbella's picture-perfect beauty is real as all visiting tourists will tell you, it is magnanimous with many lavish private custom made tours available. This attractive and quaint town stands out among the many other seaside resorts in the Costa del Sol.  The beach clubs, palm-trimmed promenades, and exclusive golf courses cater to both budget and upscale clientele.  

Casco Antiguo is the historic center of Marbella and has lovely gorgeous sandy beaches to enjoy some relaxation from all the many sightseeing tours.  Beautiful and historical Marbella is a lovely old Moorish town full of charming little white washed houses with shady trees, cobblestone streets, private exclusive addresses, tours along the Golden Mile and unparalleled beauty.

Many of the ancient buildings are full of vibrant flowers falling over their lovely decorated iron balconies in the old town.  These include the fragrant and beautiful orange trees at The Plaza de Los Naranjos. Many Arab Kings and movies stars like Antonia Banderas own homes In Marbella as well as many other famous and wealthy people.

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Old Town Marbella
1 The narrow little white washed streets of the Old Quarter (Town) of Marbella is a must do a private guided tour.  Full of old churches, quaint little antique shops, restaurants, and lively bars.  The heart of the old town is The Orange Square (circa 1485) which is surrounded by historical buildings and stunning whitewashed houses; it is beautiful to have a coffee there and admire the beauty of this area.     
Puerto Banus
2 Puerto Banús is a very popular and famous marina and on many guided Marbella tours.  If you want to be seen this is the place where all the high rollers and jet-setters usually hang out.  From the chic, beautiful beaches and clubs on the Golden Mile to the marina with many fabulous yachts, this is considered the IT place in Marbella and a must see.     
Moorish Castle
3 Private guided tours of Marbella's old Moorish Castle and its huge fortifications that once surrounded the whole town are great.  The Castle fortress is a relic of the Muslim civilization that once populated the city as you will see by the remanents and ruins remaining.  There are annual outdoor cultural events and concerts held here, and in the summer season, The Castle is very popular with tourists.      
Plaza de los Noranjos
4 Marbella's charming Old Town or Casco Antiguo has a beautiful town square is the heart of Marbella.  Many tourists and locals gather here to socialize and take in the atmosphere of this charming and cultural town square. There is a lovely orchard of orange trees planted in the square which gives off a unique aroma as you sit and enjoy a coffee or some local food like tapas or paella.    
Church of the Incarnation
5 The Church of the Incarnation Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación was constructed in the 16th-century.  A popular Marbella guided tour the building features the Basicilla which is laid out with a barrel-vaulted central nave. The main door is in a Rococo Style and carved from ochre stone which is unusual and charming.  The main attraction here is the Organ said to be the finest in the whole of Spain.     
Engravings Museum
6 The engravings Museum is a top attraction in Marbella's private Old Town tours.  The only museum of its kind in Spain it's devoted to preserve and exhibit Spanish graphic artwork and contemporary engravings.  This famous museum has a very unique collection of over 4,000 pieces of art with permanent collections from the amazing Goya, Picasso, and Dali, don't miss out on this Museum.
Beach Beach Beach!
7 Marbella's which translates to "Beautiful Sea," has several excellent choices of beaches within walking distance of the town center.  Your Marbella tour guide will likely recommend Playa Fontanilla beach as it is closest to the main city center.  This lovely sandy beach is perfect for lounging around; there are great little restaurants and bars on the beach front for a little refreshment from sunbathing.   
Franciscan Convent Church
8 Marbella has many churches, and the Franciscan Convent Church is another example of a historic landmark in the Old Town.  The Iglesia del Santo Cristo Chruch built in the 16th century as part of a Franciscan convent is a stop on many private Marbella city tours. The church facade features unique stone details, an octagonal glazed ceramic tile roof, while the interior is simple it is charming in its elegance.     
Museo Ralli Old Town
9 Between Marbella's old town and Puerto Banús is the Museo Ralli Museum, it houses ten large exhibition rooms displaying unique works of art.  At the Marbella Museo Ralli, tourists will see an extensive collection of works by contemporary artists from many Latin American countries. Guided tour of the many paintings on display reflect the enormous influence of many European masters on Spanish artists.
Plazo de Altamirano
10 The Alameda Park (Plazo de Altamirano) is a beautiful eighteen-century city park and a stop on most Marbella city tours.  Take a walk on the main promenade and see the unusually and crazy decorate benches and beautiful lush fountains.  The park is full of shady pine trees and gardens and is a refreshing change to sightseeing ruins on many guided tours of Marbella city.       

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