The city of Marbella offers its visitors an infinity of places and monuments that are really recommendable, picturesque, of great beauty and magnificence. History and traction go hand in hand in this place on the Costa del Sol, showing buildings as wonderful as the Castle of Marbella, a true relic of the glorious past of Marbella city.
History of Marbella Castle
The Marbella Castle -10th century, under the reign of Abderramán III– is one of the most emblematic constructions of the Muslim past that Marbella has had. Formed by a beautiful citadel and a great wall – declared an Asset of Cultural Interest – this construction stands in the heart of the historic centre city, just a few minutes from Hotel Lima Marbella, and offers tourists one of the must-see visits in the Spanish city in the province of Andalusia.
Extension of the walled area
Its extension covers a large number of metres, along several current streets in Marbella, such as Portada, Salinas, Trinidad, etc … This construction is a clear example of the coexistence of several styles and traditions, varying from the presence of sober but robust Roman capitals, to the clearest caliphal remnant that Marbella has had, in which all type of materials have been used, to construct a majestic building.
Hotel Lima, hotel in the centre of Marbella
Its historical complex is one of the most characteristic monuments of Marbella. Due to its location – a few metres away from the Plaza de los Naranjos and the Encarnación Church – it becomes a perfect place from which to look for accommodation or a hotel in the centre of Marbella, from where you can spend a few days enjoying all that this sunny Andalusian city in the province of Malaga has to offer: good climate, history, rest and fun. A real attraction for the thousands of visitors who visit this beautiful city in the south of Spain every year.