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Being on holiday is all about treating yourself: you’ve worked hard and long for this time away from the daily grind and a week or two doing exactly what you want is just the ticket to make it all feel like it’s worth it. Part and parcel of a holiday is to do a bit of consuming, from eating out to day trips via pampering and perhaps the odd bit of retail therapy, too.

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Best Spas in Marbella

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Getting together with the girls doesn’t happen as often as we’d all like, so when a friend is getting married it’s the perfect excuse to leave the men, children and work behind for a long weekend. If you’ve chosen to kick back and let your hair down in Puerto Banus on the Costa del Sol then one thing is for sure: a list of the best spas is a must as they’re particularly good in the area. So, to ensure total rest, relaxation and a return to normality with a spring in your step, check out one of our pick of the best spas in Marbella for a hen retreat…

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Best Day Trips from Marbella

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There are so many beautiful towns and villages to visit on the Costa del Sol that you would need months to see them all. To help narrow it down a bit, here are a few of our favourite easy day trips from Marbella and what to do while you’re there.

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April on the Costa del Sol can be hit and miss weather-wise: it's the transitional month from spring to summer and it can have glorious sunshine and temperatures in the low 20s celsius or on cloudy or rainy days it can drop to as low as 12 celsius.

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Marbella in the summer is all about three things: parties, parties and more parties. Here's a rundown of some of 2014's best opening parties to kick-start the season...

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Semana Santa 2014 in Malaga Province

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Semana Santa is the highlight of the religious calendar in Spain. Meaning ‘Holy Week’ in Spanish, it’s the last week of Lent, the week immediately before Easter. As a public holiday, this means one thing in Spain: fiesta time!

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Five Top Towie Marbella Spots

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What to Do on a March Break on the Costa del Sol

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Spring has sprung on the Costa del Sol, so here are a few of our picks of what to do on a March break…

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February 14th is right around the corner. And if you really want to impress that special somebody this year, reserve a table at one of our pick of the best Valentine's Day restaurants on the Costa del Sol...

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Southern Spanish Fiestas

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There are so many things that southern Spain is famous for: flamenco, food and drink, fabulous historic sites like the La Alhambra, world heritage cities, sangria and wine, siestas... One thing’s for sure, though: the Spanish know how to throw a party. Spanish fiestas (or ferias) are not just an excuse for having a good time; they’re also one of the very best ways to gain a glimpse of real Spanish culture.

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What to Do on the Costa del Sol in January

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Thought the Costa del Sol was just a summer destination? Not a bit of it – there’s plenty going on at any time of year. Here’s our pick of what to do on the Costa del Sol in January…

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Puerto Banus & Marbella New Year’s Eve Parties 2013

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Of all the towns on the Costa del Sol, no one knows how to party quite like Marbella. And with the festive season firmly upon us, now’s the time to get your New Year’s Eve plans made.

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Celebrating Christmas in Spain

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As with anywhere else, celebrating Christmas in Spain comes with its own traditions. The Christmas period begins on 8th December with the national holiday for the Immaculate Conception, and the festivities go on until 6th January, the Epiphany.

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Things to Do on a Large Family Holiday in Marbella

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When booking a holiday as a family for a special occasion, the tough decisions quickly start to mount up. Where to go and what to do? Weighing up the cost with what everyone would like and marking the occasion appropriately can be a heavy burden. Whether the occasion is a special birthday or anniversary or simply an overdue large family holiday these things need careful consideration to get it just right.

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Ideas for the Best Hen or Stag Weekend in Marbella

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One thing we’ve noticed over the past few years is the notable rise in group bookings to celebrate hen and stag dos. We love catering for groups as there’s nothing like a hotel full of people who are here to celebrate something special.

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Things to Do in a Week in Puerto Banus

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7 Tips for travelling with pets

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We know how important it is for our visitors to enjoy their holidays along with their furry loved ones without the trip being a complete odyssey. For this reason we recommend this 7 tips for travelling with pets.

Recommendation of the week: La Salmonería

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Romantic journey in Puerto Banus, Marbella

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Getting lost in the old town of Marbella, eating near the beach or enjoying a lovely sunset are some of many options that our e-commerce Manager Juan María Jimenez recommends to enjoy an unforgettable Valentine's Day along with your loved one. Here is a diverse agenda of fun things to do in the city during those dates:

Hotel PYR Marbella in FITUR 2013

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Hotel PYR Marbella  will once again be in the International Tourism Fair, FITUR 2013, presenting all the latest updates in its facilities and services as well as signing several trade agreements for 2013.
 
FITUR is a special event for all travel professionals being the main meeting place for companies in the sector. It helps raise awareness and promote tourism in the country both in national and international territory.
In the last edition (FITUR 2012) 167 countries/regions participated and there were 9,506 exhibitors with 155,184 visitors  in total gathering both professionals and the public.
 
FITUR begins today Wednesday January the 30th , 2013 and lasts until Sunday, February the 3rd, 2013.
 
We hope to see you in hall 5 of IFEMA in the Business Area # 2 table 29.
 

 

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