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What are the best sights in Marbella?

The historic centre of Marbella with the ancient walls and narrow cobbled streets are a great way to escape the bustling beach scene, Alameda Park, the promenade and Puerto Banus are also worth a visit.
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What are the best restaurants in Marbella?

There are many great restuarants in Marbella, serving food from around the world. Here are some that are worth a try: Paco Jimenez (Plaza de los Naranjos, No.11) , Don Quijote Restaurante (Urbanización el Rosario, 8) and Casa tua (Calle Ortiz de Molinillo 14).
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Is there public transport for getting around Marbella?

There is public transport (bus) to the city centre and to nearby Fuengirola and Estepona (the 2 closest villages) but we would recommend renting a car to visit more remote places like Ronda, Gibraltar and Malaga.
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Does Marbella have a shopping mall?

Shopping is a great reason to visit Marbella, in nearby Puerto Banus there is a big shopping mall called the ‘Corte Incles’ and in Marbella itself the large ‘La cañada’ shopping mall to bag yourself a bargain.
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Can I play golf in Marbella?

There are many places to play golf or to learn to play in Marbella. To name a few: Marbella Golf Country Club, Los Naranjos Golf Club, La Quinta Golf & Country Club. Golf can be played all year round in Marbella due to the mild climate of the Costa del Sol. The golf courses are situated away from the more popular tourist areas so a car is advisable.