The street interconnects with the Calle Ancha, with its magnificent old townhouses, some of them recently restored.
Qué ver en la provincia de Málaga y la Costa del Sol con coche de alquiler
This is probably the tiniest street in Marbella, with these two bars offering excellent tapas in a lively atmosphere. In two of them, you can eat fish at very reasonable prices in an authentic setting. In this year-old house, you can try typical Argentinean dishes upstairs, then, afterwards, enjoy a variety of electronic music in the bar with exotic patio downstairs. A labyrinth of rooms and patios, where a perfect harmony is created between classical and modern design, in addition to the mix of contemporary dance and pop music.
Lovely bar with Moroccan specialities, as well as milkshakes. The place is divided into several cosily decorated floors, with a pleasant atmosphere. Heading east from the centre, you soon arrive at Playa del Cable, where a variety of local feasts and parties are organised in the summer. This last beach is a beautiful nature reserve, and it holds moving sand dunes, unique on this stretch of the Mediterranean.
Incidentally, nudism is permitted here.
6 lugares que ver en Málaga y la Costa del Sol - Mis viajes por ahí » Mis viajes por ahí
For more rural trips, we advise you to take the road to Ojen along the splendid mountain range of the Sierra de las Nieves. Look out for signs pointing to Refugio de Jaunar 15 km. At the end of the road, you can take one of the various routes, where you can see Africa, the Sierra Nevada, and the coast on a clear day. Another option is visiting the enchanting white village of Monda, then following a country road to Istan, where more hiking trails lead you to the source of Rio Verde, a hidden place of natural wonder.
Calle Montenebros 16, Marbella. Beautifully situated in the old town of Marbella, this little family-run hotel has five elegantly decorated rooms, some with terraces overlooking the city. Room number 5 is an ancient tower, giving it that extra romantic touch. The traditional architecture is preserved very well, and — together with its charming details — the place breathes an air of true tranquillity. The hotel organises cultural activities such as five-day courses in painting techniques.
Let us take you through the narrow old centre and beyond….
- bar gay friendly barcelone?
- Ruta por la provincia de Málaga en coche.
- gay tapas madrid;
- các chất gây ung thư.
- gay hostel valencia!
- Otras áreas para chicos cerca de Malaga en Ronda ⇵.
An outstanding collection of engravings and prints by artists such as Dali, Miro, and Picasso. The museum frequently organises all sorts of lectures, concerts, and courses. This old restored oil mill houses a museum, an exposition room for contemporary art, and several conference rooms. Old and new are fused wonderfully well here.
Top Gay Clubs & Bars in Costa del Sol, Spain
Japanese-style museum with one of the best collections of bonsai trees in the world. Here, you can admire a fully-grown, yeaz-old tree, measuring less than half a metre. Several good bars, restaurants, and little clubs, with a good mix of Spaniards and tourists. There is a diving club next to Catalunia, a little restaurant with great homemade food. On Saturday morning, we recommend the street market of Puerto Banus: handicrafts, second-hand objects, antiques, and new stuff.
Monday mornings, there is a market in the recinto ferial, with fresh vegetables, as well as a diverse range of local products. All his life, Salva Soiza has lived between Honda and Marbella. He first worked as a social educator for the town hall of Marbella, and in the mid-nineties, he became a Web designer. In , he created an interactive Web site for the Serrania de Ronda and the Costa del Sol, where visitors can contribute all sorts of initiatives and information.
The visitors deliver most of the content, which gives this page a rather objective feel. A peculiar little restaurant has recently opened in the old quarter of fishermen and miners. An older, but very enjoyable Japanese couple serve delicious sushi, as well as a great seaweed salad and several hot Asian dishes. The very reasonable prices and its no-nonsense setting make it even more recom- mendable. Once owners of an old fishing boat, this family-run business has become a classic for fish and seafood in Marbella. Try the espeto de sardines sardines grilled on the beach, but only in season , the chipirones baby squid , coquinas clams , and atun plancha grilled tuna.
Salva from Ronda and Rebeka from Swedon opened this cosy restaurant in , together with Mexican cook Omar.
Some nights, a mariachi might appear; on other nights, the place turns into a lively cocktail bar, where margaritas and tequilas smoothly find their way into thirsty throats. A great terrace in summer, where you can enjoy a wide selection of roasted meats, pitas, and imaginative salads. It is rather complicated to make a choice from over 60 typical dishes. Go for the costillatas fritas fried cutlets , rabo de toro oxtail , or any of the revueltos mixed omelettes. Twelve years ago, my wife and I started restaurant Casa Maria — the house of Maria, named after my daughter.
We specialise in red meat and wine, but my personal favourite dish is the ensalada de bacalao. In the summer, it is filled with terraces of the various restaurants. The trees will give some shade during the day, and therefore young and old like to hang around here to talk, to watch the tourists, to have a drink, or eat some food.
watch Besides that, it is next to the big wall that used to be the gate where Felipe came through to re-conquer Ronda from the Moors. So: lots of history on a square just outside of the city wall. Ronda is a beautiful town, and I am happy to live and work here. For a perfect romantic night, you should go out of town — with a bottle of wine — to the chapel of the Virgen de la Cabeza and enjoy the view of Ronda while the sun sets and the town slips into the night.
It is absolutely magnificent. This is my personal culinary route in Ronda:.
Next to the arena, this is named after the man from Ronda who invented bullfighting in arenas. Their menu is typically traditional Andalucian food, and afterwards you can take a walk through the park around the arena. In Andalucia, a lot of people do not have breakfast at home, but go to a bar to eat. Nice selection of local tapas and Spanish breakfast. In the summer, their small terrace is great for observing the passing crowd, chatting, and shopping on the busy Calle Espinel.
El Choque Ideal — with its recording studio, bar, and art gallery — used to be part of En Frente Arte. In , new owners Dirk and Gebke took over and have given new energy to the project. When in Ronda, we would definitely recommend that you rent a car, because the surroundings of Ronda are worthwhile visiting. Setenil, for example, is Andalucia at its best: houses carved out of rocks, great tapas, and views to dream about…. Another great place is El Chorro. Follow the road to the lake. Just before a small tunnel there is a dirt track upwards.
Follow it, and park at the restaurant.
- Operadores de tours en Málaga.
- Hotel Posada De Ronda Baratísimo!;
- Qué ver en la provincia de Málaga y la Costa del Sol con coche de alquiler;
- amigos adolescentes internet.
Just sit there and enjoy. After a beer, you can walk down from the terrace to the lake, where you can swim. Be careful driving back, though.
If you do not have a car, go for a walk around town. When you leave El Choque, you go to the right, into the dead-end street. Walk into it, and follow the dirt track down to the valley. You end up at the banos arabes, where you walk up again.