While the rest of the country begins to notice the drop in temperatures, in Marbella the summer refuses to disappear.

Whether it is to rush through the beach days of the year, or simply enjoy nature and culture with a pleasant temperature, Marbella becomes a perfect destination for autumn.

To experience the city like a true local, the ideal is to stay in the old town, and be able to discover everything that its white alleys have hidden. The hotels of La Ciudadela Marbella offer all visitors the chance to witness the local culture, as they are located in historic town buildings in which traces of their original structure have been preserved, but adapting them to the needs, the comfort and luxury of the 21st century.

Staying in the only hotel within the medieval wall, or in a mansion from the beginning of the 20th century with quartz and quartzite walls, are just some of the possibilities that La Ciudadela Marbella offers in its three boutique hotels, within the historic center and just a few minutes walk between them.

To enjoy an unforgettable dinner under the stars, the AFuego restaurant offers the possibility of doing it in the rooftop from the El Castillo hotel, enjoying the best grilled fish and meat, with the best views of the city and live music.

Likewise, Thaissence, the latest recommendation of the Michelin Guide Spain and Portugal 2022, offers a surprising gastronomic proposal with Asian and Peruvian influences, but with local and seasonal products.

To get the most out of your getaway, Marbella offers all kinds of leisure and sports activities, such as routes through the Sierra Blanca, water sports, guided tours of the historic center, or the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving, where you can see works of Picasso, Miró or Goya. All these activities can be arranged thanks to the guest-experience of the Citadel Marbella.

Source: informalia.eleconomista.es

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