Due to its location in the very heart of the town, Marbella’s leisure port is frequented by locals and also much visited by tourists. The pleasant atmosphere of its bars, proximity to the beaches and wide range of nautical competitions, regattas and sailing lessons for children make this an interesting place to visit. It is structured on two levels: the “terraces of the port”, which often host events and shows, are on top and the premises and nautical facilities are below, along with the Club. The beaches of Marbella are dotted with well-known Beach Clubs at which a different sort of day on the beach combining gastronomy, live music and luxurious comforts can be enjoyed. Marbella also has many places of interest for tourists such as the Parque de la Alameda park, the Bonsai Museum or the Rio Verde Roman Villa. And for fans of golf, Marbella has many high quality golf courses.