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Marbella is situated on the Mediterranean, between Malaga and the Strait of Gibraltar, and in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca. Its municipality covers an area of 117 square kilometers, crossed by the highway and toll road called the Mediterranean.
With more than 130.000 inhabitants it is the second largest city of the Malaga province and the eighth largest city of Andalusia. In addition, it is one of the most important tourist cities of the Costa del Sol and Spain.
During most of the year Malaga is in the center of attraction for international tourism thanks mainly to its climate and tourist infrastructure. Although less known, the city also has a significant archaeological heritage, several museums and performance spaces as well as a cultural.
The traditional cuisine of Marbella is based on fish. The most typical dish is the fried fish, which can be made with anchovies, mackerel, mullet and squid, among others, as well as sardines made in boats and fire wood. In addition are also typical gazpacho and ajoblanco. Desserts include oil cakes, donuts wine, borrachuelos, French toast and churros. Apart from this traditional cuisine, there are restaurants in Marbella almost all regions the world and international cuisine, nouvelle cuisine and fusion.