Marbella Halal-friendly holidays

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Marbella Halal-friendly holidays general information

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Halal-friendly holidays in Marbella

Located on the Costa del Sol, Marbella is an ideal holiday destination if you're looking for sun, sand and sea. With the foothills of the Sierra Blanca mountains as a backdrop, it is also popular for hiking and discovering the local wildlife. Additionally, this Andalusian coastal town is home to theme parks and excellent restaurants, and is an ideal base for visiting nearby places such as Granada and its important Islamic monuments.

Is Marbella Muslim-friendly?

Due to the sizable Arab population in Marbella, there are plenty of halal food restaurants in Marbella. There is also one mosque in the city, the Marbella Mosque (King Abdul Aziz Mosque). There are also a number of hotels that serve halal food upon request. Marbella has one alcohol-free hotel.

Is there halal food in Marbella?

Given the local Muslim population together with an increasing number of Muslim visitors to Marbella, as it is not far from the historic Islamic sights in Andalusia, there are some restaurants that serve halal food in Marbella. Whether you’re after Indian, Moroccan, Syrian or Spanish cuisines, there’s something for everyone. And as the city is by the coast, there are plenty of seafood restaurants as well. Alternatively, there are also vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the city too.

Are there halal-friendly hotels in Marbella?

Some hotels in Marbella provide halal food upon request. The city is also home to the Alanda Marbella Hotel, which is the only fully halal hotel in Spain.

What are the top attractions for Muslims to visit in Marbella?

Marbella Castle Walls - Walk along the historic castle walls of the Alcazaba where you’ll see the ruins of the castle. With only two towers left of the old castle, the place itself isn’t open to the public, but you can walk around the sides of it.

Old Town - Known as the Casco Antiguo, the colourful old town of Marbella is definitely a must-see on your visit. Walk along its narrow cobblestone streets and visit some boutique stores or enjoy a coffee at one of the cafes.

La Concha - For hiking or climbing, La Concha, the highest mountain in the Marbella region, is located right next to the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. With its chiseled shape and deep grooves, it is one of Marbella's most recognizable landmarks.

Avenida del Mar - Situated minutes from the old town, Avenida del Mar is an open space area where you’ll be able to go shopping and see some Salvador Dali sculptures, which were left as his gift to the people of Marbella.

Alameda Gardens - If you’re looking for a green area to relax and walk around, Alameda Gardens is highly recommended. There are lots of tropical plants and trees and is a popular place for locals to meet up.

Are there mosques in Marbella?

There is one mosque in Marbella, which is the Marbella Mosque. Also known as the King Abdul Aziz Mosque, named after Saudi Arabia’s first King. It is open for daily prayers and Jumu'ah Khutbahs.

Are there ladies-only beaches in Marbella?

There are no ladies-only beaches in Marbella.

Is it possible to wear a burkini in Marbella?

It is not usually a problem for ladies to wear a burkini or other modest swimwear in pools, on beaches and in spas or wellness centres in Marbella. Use HalalBooking’s Leisure for Ladies and Family filters for detailed information on whether modest swimwear is allowed.

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