Malaga, Spain Marbesa Club is located about seven miles from the famous resort town of Marbella on the Costa del Sol. Within the resort you will find everything you could want for a quiet and peaceful holiday. The resort’s simple, yet has traditionally styled apartments and is located within easy reach of the beach front. […]read more
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Malaga, Spain Club Marbella is situated between Fuengirola and Marbella on the Sitio de Calahonda, in the heart of the Costa del Sol. With a wide range of facilities available year-round, this is your ideal destination for an active family holiday. Its central location makes day-trips possible to Gibraltar, Morocco, Granada, and many other places. […]read more
Canary Islands Sunset Bay is situated just five minutes’ walk from the beach and is close to the shops, restaurants, and exciting nightlife of Playa de las Americas. The resort has two swimming pools and a selection of restaurants and bars. The spacious apartments are well furnished and have balconies. All units are equipped with […]read more
Denia, Spain This family-oriented resort is situated only 270 yards (245 meters) from sandy Marineta beach, and is close to the center of the coastal town of Denia, halfway between Alicante and Valencia. The surrounding area has a whole range of attractions, including Denia’s castle, museums, a daily fish auction, great seafood restaurants, boat trips […]read more
Marbella, Spain Marriott’s Marbella Beach Resort combines the romance and tradition of Spain with a very modern sense of style and comfort. Our elegantly designed beachfront apartments are bordered by miles of golden sand, exotic architecture, and wonderful amenities.read more
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If it’s beaches you’re after, there is the jet-set Costa del Sol in the south, or San Sebastian in the Basque country, formerly the summer capital of Spain. Farther west is the resort city of Santander and La Coruna, a long standing favorite of British visitors. In the east is the Costa Brave, while to the south, around Alicante, is the Costa Blanca. When you tire of roasting in the sun, rent a car and head for one of the thousands of castles, ruins or museums. Perhaps the number one tourist attraction is the Alhambra, in Granada. Following close behind it come the Mosque of Cordoba and the Alcazar and cathedral of Seville. Avila is a historic walled town and Segovia boasts a Roman aqueduct and proud Alcazar. Madrid, the capital, contains some of the greatest art collections in the world, while Toledo, home of El Greco and boasting a cathedral, synagogues, and startling views, is one of Spain’s greatest treasures. Finally, Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, has a charm and vitality all its own.