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Monuments and museums in Marbella


The Costa del Sol city Marbella offers travellers many opportunities for leisure. It is known for its night life, shops and services aimed at people with high purchasing power and during the summer it is also famous for enjoying a good sun and beach vacation. But the city also has its own history and cultural spaces as we show below.

Marbella Museums


Museum of Contemporary Spanish Prints

Marbella Museums

With up to 4000 pieces including engravings, lithographs, serigraphs, woodcuts and other works. A large collection of artwork displayed in a suitable and elegant enclosure. No doubt the Spanish Contemporary Engraving Museum is a must for all art lovers.

Address: Calle Hospital Bazan
Phone: +34 952 765 741

Bonsai Museum

The Bonsai Museum was inaugurated in 1992 and is considered a pioneer in Spain. Inside awaits a collection of Bonsai recognized at European level, in addition to 400 years old olive trees.
Address: Avenida Doctor Maiz Vinals
Phone: +34 952 862 926 ‎

Ralli Museum

Bonsai Museum

At the Ralli Museum in Marbella you find one of the most important collections of Latin American art that exists in Europe. With many Argentinian art works, Dali and Maillol sculptures, among other contemporary artists.
Address: Carretera Nacional 340, km 176
Phone: +34 952 857 923

Museum Cortijo Miraflores

Marbella's museum offer is completed by the Cortijo Miraflores Museum, which offers visitors a mix of exotic tree species in its garden, old machines in the mill and a municipal art gallery inside the enclosure.
Address: Avenida Jose Luis Morales y Marin
Phone: +34 952 902 714

Monuments in Marbella


The Old Town

The old town of Marbella is without doubt one of the most beautiful corners of the city; in the centre you will discover places worth photographing, such as the famous Plaza de Los Naranjos, Casa del Regidor built in the sixteenth century or the Town Hall whose construction was ordered by the Catholic Monarchs.

Monuments in Marbella

There are also some religious buildings like the Chapel Ermita del Santo Cristo de Veracruz, the chapel Capilla de San Juan de Dios or the most important, the church Iglesia de la Encarnacion at Plaza San Bernabe.

There are also worth mentioning the remains of the wall of the ninth century Moorish castle situated in the centre. On the other hand you can discover some replicas of sculptures by Dali in La Alameda Avenue, next to La Alameda Park. As the vast majority of Andalusian towns, the city has a bullring.

What more to do and see in Marbella?

If you are interested in visiting Marbella for your holiday, we invite you to get more information on the most interesting places in Marbella, so you can better enjoy this fabulous tourist destination.