Marbella – “Viva Andalucía” on the Costa del Sol

"Andalusia is world famous for flamenco. Foreign rhythms, oriental sounds and fiery passion are the ingredients making up this exciting Spanish dance. To make sure you don’t miss this experience, within the resort we organise for you what is probably the hottest flamenco show on the Costa del Sol."

Andrés Moreno, Resort Manager Marbella

Andalusia is most characteristic of Spain. The holiday apartments in Marbella are located directly on the promenade, with a fantastic view of the sea. The high society meet here on the Costa del Sol. Apart from the glamorous lifestyle and the golf courses, also take time to discover the authentic Andalusian traditions, culture, cuisine and art in the surrounding area.

It is the combination of glamour and the pure Spanish feeling for life, which characterises the holiday paradise of Marbella. And the Hapimag resort is located right in the middle. The holiday apartments offer every comfort for a perfect holiday in the sunny south. International clubs and exclusive restaurants are located right on your doorstep. Or even closer: The resort's own restaurant La Terraza, with lounge and bar, is a jewel on a terrace high above the promenade. It offers delicious meat and fish specialities from the wood-fired oven, creative and traditional dishes to suit every taste, and also an international selection of beverages, sherry tasting and a visit to the walk-in wine cellar. Both regional and international products can be found in the resort's Mercado. Flamenco dancing is a must in Andalusia. Foreign rhythms, oriental sounds and fiery passion are the ingredients making up this exciting Spanish dance. A scintillating Flamenco show of the Costa del Sol is therefore included in the resort's programme of events. If you are interested you can try out your first Flamenco steps in a course. The marina offers a good view of the life of the rich and beautiful, and is the place where people meet in one of the many restaurants for tapas or paella. Sporty and active guests also get their money's worth playing golf, tennis, hiking, jogging, mountain biking or diving. Art enthusiasts are also impressed by the Picasso museum in Malaga. The local Hapimag holiday consultant is happy to organise excursions to the surrounding area and further afield, such as the famous Rock of Gibraltar or the Moorish-style town of Ronda. The gems of Andalusia are revealed on a day trip to the hinterland of the Costa del Sol: Expansive valleys, the pueblos blancos (white villages), diverse nature. Sun-ripened oranges, organic olive oil and home-made churros, are just some of the culinary specialities. La dolce far niente and strolling along are part and parcel of a Marbella holiday: Visit one of the many markets and buy some fresh fruit, vegetables and seasoned olives. Spend a few hours on the beach, by the pool or on the roof terrace. Smell the aroma of calamari and listen to the sounds of Spanish guitar on the streets of Marbella in the evening.

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