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Marbella lies in the Costa del Sol, the sun-drenched coastal stretch of the Andalusia region, home to seven UNESCO World Heritage sites and some of the most scenic rural communities in Spain. Located on a peaceful street in Marbella’s old town, Hotel Claude Marbella is a 45-minute drive southwest of Málaga and its airport. Puerto Banús is within easy reach and the Mediterranean is a 10-minute walk away. Beachgoers can sunbathe at Paseo Marítimo or Cabopino Beach and history buffs can get their fill of Roman ruins from Sohail Castle, just 23 minutes away. It’s a mountainous one-hour drive inland to Ronda and about a two-hour drive to Granada, Sevilla, and Cordoba.

Nearest Airport

Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport (AGP): about 45 minutes by car, 36 m/58 km

Hotel Address

C. San Francisco, 5, Marbella

Spain 29601

Historic Hotels Worldwide Recommended Points of Interest

  • Avenida Del Mar

    Avenida del Mar

    Explore this pedestrian street decorated with marble, wooden pergolas, and benches, and admire the series of sculptures made by Salvador Dalí.

  • Caminito Del Rey

    Caminito del Rey

    Built along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, the Caminito del Rey is a unique aerial walkway completed in 1905.

  • Castillo De Gibralfaro

    Castillo de Gibralfaro

    Discover the magnificent Castillo de Gibralfaro, which sits on a high hill overlooking Malaga city and dates back to the 10th century.

  • Catedral De Málaga

    Catedral de Málaga

    Known as La Manquita (The One-Armed Lady), this elaborate cathedral was started in the 16th century on the site of the former mosque.

  • La Alcazaba

    La Alcazaba

    Experience La Alcazaba, a palatial fortress built during the period of Moorish rule.

  • La Concha Mountain

    La Concha Mountain

    Hike up La Concha Mountain, a unique peak in the shape of a shell that offers incredible views of the Mediterranean.

  • Museo Casa Natal De Picasso

    Museo Casa Natal de Picasso

    Discover the first home of Pablo Picasso, where the famous artist was born on October 25, 1881.

  • Museo Picasso Málaga

    Museo Picasso Málaga

    Journey through the most representative pieces of Pablo Picasso in this museum housed in The Palacio de Buenavista.

  • Parque De La Alameda

    Parque de la Alameda

    This city-center park houses a fountain built in 1792 and botanic gardens, plus stone benches and marble walkways.

  • Plaza De Los Naranjos

    Plaza de los Naranjos

    Discover the Plaza de los Naranjos, a plaza established in 1485 after the Christian conquest of the city from The Moors.

  • Puerto Banús

    Puerto Banús

    Explore Puerto Banús, a luxury marina and shopping complex known for its beaches, beach clubs, and nightlife.

  • Sohail Castle

    Sohail Castle

    Experience the Sohail Castle, built in 956 by Abd-ar-Rahman III to strengthen the coastal defenses.