PRODUCTO LOCAL, GRAN SABOR

Pepe es uno de los 18 000 granjeros de Andalucía, y uno de los 11 000 que se dedican exclusivamente al cultivo de frutas y verduras. El camino a su finca en Coín desde el Marbella Club es muy corto, tan solo 30 kilómetros, pero el viaje es maravilloso. Pepe sujeta una caja que tomates […]

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LOCAL PRODUCE, BIG TASTE

Pepe is one of 18,000 farmers in Andalusia, and one of 11,000 who are particularly dedicated to planting fruits and vegetables. The road to his finca in Coin from the Marbella Club is short (just 30 kilometres), but the journey there is stunning. Pepe, proudly holding the “Toro” tomatoes he grows. Up through one of […]

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OUT FOR THE DAY: MIJAS PUEBLO

If you can’t get enough of the pristine white villages of Andalusia, Mijas Pueblo is the perfect one-day excursion. Just 30 minutes away from the Marbella Club is the old town of Mijas, famous for its Arab vestiges, cobbled streets and bright, flowery balconies. Nestled among the mountains and with pristine views of the Mediterranean, […]

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LA RUTA DEL ATÚN

Durante este mes de Mayo y principios de Junio, el atún rojo viaja desde los mares del norte hasta el mediterráneo. Durante este tiempo se instalan las almadrabas en varios puntos de la costa sur de España. La almadraba es una técnica de pesca de origen fenicio. La palabra “almadraba” viene del árabe y significa […]

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THE TUNA ROUTE

From the end of May and on through the beginning of June, the bluefin tuna makes its way from northern waters into the Mediterranean. It’s during this time that the almadrabas are installed in various points along the southern coast of Spain. “Almadraba” is an ancient fishing technique dating back to the Phoenicians. The word […]

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PART OF OUR HISTORY: PRINCE ALFONSO

For more than 60 years, the Marbella Club has been a pinnacle of barefoot luxury in the middle of what once a small and sleepy village in southern Spain. Today, the region is a bustling tourist destination, thanks to its year-round mild temperatures, its Mediterranean flavours and Andalusian cuisine and friendly locals. There were many […]

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TRADICIONES: LAS TORRIJAS

En Francia, el pain perdu. En Gran Bretaña y Alemania las denominan algo parecido, poor knights of Windsor y Arme Ritter, respectivamente. Los portugueses las conocen como rabanadas, aunque son más un dulce típico de Navidad. Los americanos a las torrijas las llaman french toast, los suizos las llaman fotzelschnitten, los austríacos pofesen, bundás kenyér […]

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TRADITIONS: TORRIJAS

In France, pain perdu. In the UK and Germany they are called something similar: the poor knights of Windsor and Arme Ritter, respectively. In Portugal they go by rabanadas, though they are more common around Christmastime. In the US, they are known as french toast, the Swiss call them fotzelschnitten, the Austrians, profesen, and bundás […]

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