What to do in Marbella
It was built in 1568 (16th century). On the front right-hand corner of the building are a sundial, various shields and some commemorative stone plaques, well preserved, which refer to the building’s extension and the water supply to public fountains.
A wide wrought iron balcony, a grandious Mudéjar style façade and various murals with heraldry motifs, the shield of Felipe II and the city of Marbella in the old courtroom are highlighted.
Old Bazán Hospital
It is an interesting building of the 16th century. It was the residence of Mr Alonso de Bazán, mayor of the castle and the permanent alderman of the city who later ordered its convertion into a hospital for poor people. Mudéjar, Gothic and Renaissance elements are intermingled in its construction. It is currently used as the Spanish Contemporary Engravings Museum.