A lovely picturesque square of traditional Spanish buildings, orange trees and open air seating for the restaurants and coffee shops. A great place for a drink and snack, watching the world go by. I'm the evening a great place to enjoy a traditional meal from any one of the restaurants. When on the coast we always find an excuse to... 更多
I am pleasantly surprised at how good Plaza de los Naranjos in Marbella has become this year. The multitude of restaurants all looked smart, many with orange sun umbrellas, which made the square a very colourful scene. This square and the area around the nearby Iglesia Mayor de la Encarnacion are a delight to walk around with many interesting shops... 更多
I've been travelling around Spain for a week: Madrid, Malaga, Cadiz, Seville, and Marbella. Marbella is my favorite so far. The shops that were still open had sales and discounts. The food and wine were fantastic. The beaches were abandoned and the water was cold, but the atmosphere was warm and inviting.
A beautiful square in the heart of Marbella old quarter. A pond and a garden of orange trees in the middle surrounded by restaurants, cafes and some souvenirs shops. the Marbella city hall is there too. you will feel the authenticity and will be charmed by this Iconic square.
A truly beautiful and amazing location. The churches and religious buildings were truly awesome and breath taking in their beauty and riches. The shops are intriguing and full of a variety of merchandise to suit all. The restaurants and coffee shops are wonderful. My favourite part of Marbella.
Lovely area with small streets and lots of local shod (as well as the usual souvenir shops) and cafes. charismatic buildings with Bougainvillea trees on their balconies and small cafes everywhere. There are a lot of dinning options - some local tourist traps others are of very high quality. Check on Trip Advisor where to eat before you go. It... 更多
I love the Old quarter and mostly Orange Square with its windy streets which you will come across some lovely restaurants and shops. The charm of this place is of one which in some towns has been lost to commercialism. Quaint Spain from yesteryear with no rowdyism, just unwind in a bar and watch the world go by. There is... 更多
The old winding streets with plentiful resuarants and shops is a must visit. The Plaza de Los Naranjos is the bustling centre, floral and effervescent. The restaurants are a little pricey however I recommend stopping for a cool and refreshing drink. Well worth a visit.