Park of Represa Marbella

Situated in the centre of Marbella, the Parque de la Represa is considered amongst the green spaces in this famous Costa del Sol resort town. Both for locals and tourists, this is a preferred leisure spot amid great facilities and services.

With an area of two kilometres long and half a kilometre wide, this spacious park has artificial lakes, sports areas, benches, pathways, and shade areas for visitors to have a great time in a serene atmosphere.

The park is also home to the fascinating Bonsai Museum (or the Museo del Bonsai), founded in 1992 by Michel Angel Garcia, which houses some of the finest collection of bonsai, and it’s worth visiting.

Besides, the park boasts two full-size football pitches, athletic tracks in addition to extensive green areas that together add to the beauty of the park. You will find the surrounding of the artificial lake really relaxing while taking a walk or seating on those wooden benches.

The park becomes crowded during evening when locals flock to have some pleasant time with family and friends. The park is open all day but the weekends remain crowded; so choose the best time of your choice. In general, summer is the best time to visit when the weather is nice and warm.

Arroya de la Represa Park
(Marbella down town)
Avda. Del Dr. Maíz Viñal
Marbella, 29600

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