Distances calculated from the Hotel Fuerte Marbella and Hotel Fuerte Miramar
Malaga (50 minutes by car)
Capital city of the Costa del Sol, Malaga, in addition to sun and beaches, has two important museums, the Picasso and the Thyssen. The house in which the painter from Malaga, Pablo Ruiz Picasso, was born is also in the city, with the Roman theatre and the Alcazaba. The Old Quarter is noted for its shopping lanes and a charming characteristic pedestrian precinct, calle Larios.
Gibraltar (1.15 hours by car)
This British territory, an enclave in the straits between the Mediterranean sea and the Atlantic Ocean is internationally known for its Rock, belonging to the United Kingdom. The city is a free port and therefore alcohol and tobacco are available at cheaper prices. A valid passport is required for this trip.
Granada (2 hours by car)
The charming city of Granada is home to La Alhambra, Cultural Heritage of Humanity, and the most visited and emblematic monument in Spain. The Albaicín and Sacromonte quarters fill the city with colour and charm, and are crowned by the peaks of Sierra Nevada.
Cordoba (2.20 hours by car)
In the age of Al-Andalus, Cordoba was the capital of the Caliphate. One of the most important monuments in the city is the Mosque, later converted into a basilica by the Christians. The Old Quarter is the second largest in Europe and the Roman bridge over the Guadalquivir is another of the city’s attraction.
Tangiers, Morocco (1.25 hours by car to the port of Tarifa + 1 hour by boat)
Barely 14 kilometres separate the African coast from the shores of Cadiz. Depart from Tarifa and visit a completely different continent, just half an hour away by ferry, and discover Morocco’s charms and culinary delights.