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Plaza de los Naranjos y Ayuntamiento de Marbella
Marbella

In the municipality of Marbella we find two main population centers Marbella and San Pedro Alcántara.


The remaining population is scattered in many developments, highlighting New Andalucia and The sheets as two large residential areas.

The municipality is a strip that extends along the coast on the slopes of Sierra Blanca. The coast is low and sandy with good beaches.

Marbella is protected by the mountains of Sierra Blanca, thus a microclimate that produces a mean annual temperature of 18 ° C.

There are restaurants with many different types of cuisine, national and international levels.

Typical dishes: Fried fish, sardines on the spit, gazpachuelo, emblanco, gazpacho, garlic soup, scrambled eggs with asparagus ...

In confectionery, oil cakes, wine donuts, borrachuelos, French toast, churros...

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Copyright: Luciano Correa | Vista Panoramica
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Uploaded: 01/07/2011
Updated: 28/05/2014
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Tags: puerto banus; andalucia; marbella; ayuntameinto; plaza; los naranjos; casco; viejo
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