Few people realize how just how culturally rich Spain is. Read more about some of the culture in Marbella.
Spain has the third highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. Third only to Italy and China.
Within a few hours drive of Marbella we have some of the world’s greatest cultural sites. Places like the world famous Alhambra in Granada. The amazing Mosque in Cordoba. Cadiz, the oldest city in the western world and former capital of Spain. And nearby Malaga, the birthplace of Picasso.
Andalucia has a very rich and colourful history. With strong Moorish influences.
Culture in Marbella
Here in Marbella you can find some of the world’s most famous artists’ original works.
Salvador Dalli in Marbella
Ten of Salvador Dali’s beautiful bronze sculptures are here in the centre of Marbella.
You will find them on the Avenida Del Mar. A beautiful walkway leading from the tropical Alameda Park down to the Mediterranean.
This work depicts his wife Gala.
Marbella’s Ralli Museum
The Ralli Museum, on the Marbella Golden Mile, houses a superb collection of contemporary Latin American and European art. Surrealism and magical realism are particularly well-represented in the collection.
Entry to this museum is free.
Marbella Life Culture
And of course, culture is not only arts and buildings. Spain has it’s own rich culture and history to explore.
As a globally recognized amazing place to live, Marbella attracts a unique cultural mix. Living in Marbella you have the opportunity to socialize with people like you from all around the world. Dinner parties tend to be very global. With attendees comparing and enjoying international cultural differences with new friends.
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