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  • Explore the Avenida del Mar, an important avenue in Marbella that leads to the Mediterranean Sea. This artery connects Marbella Marina with the Parque de la Alameda, designed in the nineteenth century. In the central part of the avenue, there are nine surrealist sculptures by the famous artist Salvador Dalí. Built from smaller originals, the sculptures turn this promenade into a real open-air museum. The sculptures include ‘Hombre sobre delfín’, ‘Don Quijote sentado’, ‘Mujer desnuda subiendo’, ‘Elefante Cósmico’, ‘Caballo con jinete tropezando’, ‘Gala asomada a la ventana’, ‘Mercurio’, ‘Gala Gradiva’ and ‘Perseo’. The statue called ‘Libertad’ completes this exhibition and is found alone at the entrance to Puerto Banús.

  • Visit the Plaza de los Naranjos, designed after the Christian conquest of Marbella in 1485. Located in the heart of the historic city center, the plaza is home to the Hermitage of Santiago, the Town Hall and the Casa del Corregidor. In the center of the plaza, there is a Renaissance fountain surrounded by orange trees, planted in 1941, from which the square now takes its name.

  • Spend a day exploring Málaga, the capital city of the province of Málaga. Located along the sparkling coastline of the Costa del Sol, the city is known for its pristine beaches, fantastic art scene, and vibrant culture. Málaga is home to some of Andalusia’s greatest historical monuments, such as two Moorish fortresses, La Alcazaba and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, and the Catedral de Málaga, the city's soaring Renaissance cathedral nicknamed La Manquita ("one-armed woman") due to its uncompleted second tower.

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