Marbella Places of Interest
* Plaza de los Naranjos - It was built by the King Fernando the Catholic in 1485, Renaissance Castilian style similar to the Castilian squares of that time. It has a fountain dating from 1704, in the square you can find the following:
- Town Council .- built in 1568 over its façade you can see the wide door of Mudejar style, a balcony in wrought iron, a sundial, and commemorate shields and plaques.
- La Casa del Corregidor- Built in 1552, we have to stand out its Gothic-Mudejar and Renaissance façade.
Santiago .- The Hermitage was built in XV century, very simple construction with a single nave, is the oldest church in the city.
* Church of Nuestra Senora de la Encarnación - Built initially in 1510, has undergone several reconstructions and renovations, the most important in 1710. After the twentieth century other renovations took place. This baroque style church with three naves, stands the Grand Organ in G major formed with 5,000 tubes of tin, and copper on wood. It is one of the largest built in Spain. Outside we can apprecite the rococo facade carved in brownish stone, and the square tower of about 50m. high and finished in a pyramidal form, topped by a weathervane.
* Church of Santo Cristo de Vera Cruz - Its construction dates from the XVI century and expanded with the construction of a tower chamber The church has a single ship. It also includes a Tuscan column that supports the choir. The cover is of carved stone.
* Chapel of San Juan de Dios - It was ordered by the Catholic Kings, Gothic-Mudejar style, stands inside the paneling Mozarabic and Mudejar and the front facade carved in stone, its wooden door with the Royal shield and the Order of St John of God shield.
* The Wall - It was built in the tenth century by Abd al-Rahman III, it underwent through several reforms between the XIV and XVI centuries.