The town's prettiest square retains its original Renaissance-style fountain, 15th-century chapel, stately mansions and, ... More
Plaza de Los Naranjos
The town's prettiest square retains its original Renaissance-style fountain, 15th-century chapel, stately mansions and, of course, the orange trees that give it its name. Plaza de los Naranjos was the centre of commercial and political life in Marbella for centuries. It has had many names: Main Square, Constitution Square, and Isabel II Square. What's now the Town Hall was a prison during the 19th century. Fortunately, it has been carefully preserved and restored and offers a wonderful environment in which to relax.
Lived walking distance from here for 3 years. Quaint little plaza in old town Marbella. You can have a nice meal under the orange trees or sit and have a fresh squeezed juice while you take in epitome of what you always thought a Spanish town would be like. Narrow streets, balconies adorned in tropical flowers, cool ocean breeze...a must visit!
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