The Old Town has a unique appeal and a distinctively Andalusian character. Narrow streets and white pedestrian precincts lead to Plaza de Los Naranjos or Orange Square, where the town hall is located, and where there are many squares with a very special charm and ambiance. Marbella centre with the majority of businesses, banks and companies spread out around the main arterial road, Avenida Ricardo Soriano, is the new and modern part of town. Take a pleasant stroll along the pedestrianised promenade paved, part marble and part pipe clay, the promenade begins in the fishing port of La Bajadilla and extends to Puerto Banús, a stretch of about 6 km.
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