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Marbella Family Fun Weekly Newsletter -- July 1, 2011
June 30, 2011
Marbella Family Fun update - Friday July 1, 2011
* English movie listings
These are the movies playing in Marbella and on the Coast in English from Wednesday June 29th until Tuesday July 5th.
Cinema Gran Marbella:
Plaza Mayor Malaga:
* English masses in Marbella
If you are a church going family and are looking for an English mass in Marbella or San Pedro, take a look at the answer to this question: “Can you tell me if there are any English masses in the catholic church in San Pedro?” Click here to read more...
* Marbella rentals
If you are looking for a place to rent this summer or need a longer term rental, check out this new article of useful information that we have put together for our readers. Feel free to contact us if you would like to contribute to this article or have an opinion on this subject. Click here to read more...
* Where to stay in Marbella
Choosing a hotel, villa or rental apartment on the Costa del Sol is a hard decision to make, simply because there is so much to choose from. One of our readers asks: “For the first time in many years i am taking a break away from Tenerife.
I have been looking at Marbella at the end of october. Not sure what the weather will be doing, but its the only time my wife and self can get time away with our 12 year old. We are staying for 3 nights....do you have any advise on a family orientated hotel, in the centre of things, suitable for kids with a good pool area.....cheers”
We have plenty of advise so take a look if you need some help. We also would love to hear your comments, so feel free to answer yourself! Click here to read more...
What to do with the kids in Marbella
Marbella, and the Costa del Sol, in general, offers sun, sand, good food and unbeatable weather nearly every single day of the year. The Costa del Sol gets a bit of an extended summer, which is why there are so many aqua parks, animal parks, festivals, outdoor cafes and outdoor activities spread along the coast. This is why there is always something to do with kids in Marbella. Click here to read more...
* Marbella golf courses
One of our readers is itching to play golf while on holiday in Marbella and asks: “I am going to be in Marbella in July and would like some information on Marbella golf courses. I am not a great golfer and don´t even own my own clubs. I just want to spend a day out with my son on the course. Any recommendations? “
We´ve given some guidance, but maybe you have some good recommendations of your own to share? Let us know! Click here to read more...
* Hotel Claude Marbella
One of our readers submitted a lovely review of the Hotel Claude in Marbella old town. This boutique hotel has been praised for its its location, ambience and excellent one on one service, making it a must for people looking for quality over quantity. Click here to read more...
* Taking a trip to Morocco
Taking a trip to Morocco for the day is totally feasible, even during a short stay in Marbella. However, I would personally recommend staying a few nights or even a week if you have a bit more time. One of our readers submitted a detailed review of their Moroccan holiday, so check it out if you would like to see a more exotic part of the world. Click here to read more...
* Saturday music, food and dance festival in Old Town
“¡Siente Marbella! Callejea con los sentidos” is an attempt to bring together art, music and gastronomy to Old Town Marbella on the first Saturday every month. The next event takes place this Saturday July 2nd from 7:00pm to 11:00pm to avoid the midday heat. Click here to read more...
* Marbella Band plays on Saturday
The Marbella city music band will be holding a concert on Saturday July 2 at 9:00pm on Plaza de la Iglesia in San Pedro Alcántara and on Sunday July 3 at 9:00pm on the Paseo de la Alameda. in Marbella.
* GCSE tutor in Marbella
One of our readers is looking for a GCSE tutor this summer in Marbella and asks: “I'm looking for a GCSE Tutor for my daughter this summer in August for about 2 - 3 weeks to help her with her studies. She is currently in year 10, but really struggles and I'm looking for a tutor or course in Marbella which will help her in Science, Maths, Spanish and English!”
We have had some great answers, so take a look if you need one or add to the list if you have someone to recommend. Click here to read more...
* Andalusian travel guides
Take a look at our list of Andalusian travel guides to help sort out your holiday plans. We also can recommend Spanish cookbooks, maps, novels and more. If you have something to recommend, please tell us about it! We want to hear from you. Click here to read more...
Thank you... and see you next Friday.
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