Have you lost your Marbella mojo? Whether it’s sunny (which, let’s face it, it usually is here) or not, during winter months we long for something to lift our spirits.
Fear not, for we have the answer. Here are five activities for you to try in and around Marbella, come rain or shine. Some of them may be totally new to you, and some of them may not, but we guarantee they will put a smile on your face.
Give them a go. Why not experience something different?
Here are five exciting activities to try in Marbella, whatever the weather:
1. Sound Baths, Cacao Ceremonies or Other Wellness Activities at Holistic House Marbella
This is the boutique fitness and wellness centre in Puerto Banus where you will be able to try something totally different, from new moon ceremonies to barre classes. Give it a go!
2. Hark Back to Bygone Days at The Vintage Car and Clothing Museum of Malaga
El “museo automovilistica” Malaga is a veritable treasure trove- a display of one aficionado’s collection of vintage automobiles and stunning haute couture dresses, hats and shoes. You will be amazed.
Located within the city centre next to the Russian art museum, a don’t miss!
Check out the collection at the “museo automovilisitco” Malaga
Vintage Mercedes at the Museum of Vintage Cars and Fashion, Malaga
3. Fill your Day with Flowers at the Orchidarium of Estepona
You may be surprised to learn that Estepona, apart from being a beautiful resort, has its own orchidarium, the largest in Spain. There are over 1000 square metres of the most beautiful orchids to enjoy here. Our tip: visit in the evening when the dome is illuminated for an extra sprinkling of romance.
4. Chill at the Marbella Club Patio
Such a gorgeous venue to sit and relax in, the Marbella Club patio is the place to get cosy with a book if it is cold or bask in sunshine if it’s a warmer day. Spend a morning here with a hot coffee or two, and won’t you just love your life in Marbella! This is a timeless location. You will want to visit again and again.
5. Embrace your Inner “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory” in Mijas
Did someone say chocolate? Did you know it’s guaranteed to release endorphins? Well, Mijas has its own chocolate museum, so you can explore the pretty white-washed town and indulge your inner chocolatier. What better way to raise a smile? Open 7 days a week, with workshops and more!
The Mayan Monkey chocolate factory, museum and cafe is a must.
We hope you enjoyed these recommendations. Marbella is a city to appreciate, 365 days a year, whether it’s cloudy or gloriously sunny. If you want even more tips for wetter weather, read our guide on what to do in Marbella when it’s raining, here.
The Swish team xx
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