What to do on Easter in Marbella?02-04-2012 Comments (1)
Easter is here and if you don't have a clue what to do on the Semana Santa, have a look at i-Marbella's suggestions for the long holiday. The Holy Week started on the 1 of April (Palm Sunday) and it will end on the 8 of April 2012 (Easter Sunday).
April 4 - Wednesday - Dinner at Naga
Naga, which is located in Centro Comercial Cristmar centre, offers a wide range of exquisite Thai dishes enjoyed in stylish surroundings. Whether you are on a date or out with a group of friends you will enjoy a perfect Friday evening dinner at Naga! Or if you feel like staying in, they also offer a take-away! Reservations: 00 34 952 815 319
April 5 - Thursday - Suite du Ciel & Namazake Opening
This Easter, the party season will officially start when SUITE at the Hotel Puente Romano
brings us two incredible new venues with one party.
Suite du Ciel
Suite in the past 9 years has reached legendary status and continues to inspire us with the new Suite du Ciel, an alfresco Suite offering a host of after-dark delights & arial attractions in the most spectacular setting. A pre dinner cocktail can be sipped under the stars or a post dinner soiree, grooving to funky selection of all-time favourites until late.
· open Fridays & Saturdays from 9pm ·
Namazake - Sake & Sushi
A Japanese feast of delights, offering the biggest sake menu on the coast & the most delectable sushi. Traditional sushi & sashimi platters plus more unusual plates that promise to awaken your eastern senses;
Lemon Fish Tiraditos with Yuzu, Dehydrated Miso & Coriander
Robata - Japanese Barbecue
Chef Elquin's speciality of Soft Shell Crab Tempura Roll
·open Tuesdays to Saturdays from 8pm ·
Information & Reservations: Dianka 630 962 852 / Rafa 676 920 474
April 6 - Friday - Boat Show in Puerto Banus
If you're interested in yachts and boats, this is the event for you! The Pre-Owned Boat Show will run from 5-9th of April and approximately 100 boats will be exhibited and also available for sea-trials. Over 5000 visitors are expected to be at the event. Info: Marina Marbella 952 777 098
Dinner at Pravda restaurant
While your at the port make a reservation for a delicious dinner in Pravda restaurant that offers contemporary international cuisine & champagne bar. The head chef Dennis Wellerfors has created an unique menu that offers something delicious for every taste! Info 00 34 952 811 443
Capoeira Festival in Marbella
Capoeira Festival Marbella is the VI edition this year and will show this energetic sport in streets of Marbella during the 3-day long contest. Capoeira is half-dance and half martial art and originally comes from Brazil. This will definitely be worth attending to.
7pm – Plaza del Mar will be followed by a Brasilian party at Premiere Club Marbella
7th April - Show continues in the Alameda from 11am – 8pm
The event will be finishing strong on Sunday 8th in the Puerto Deportivo Marbella
at 12 noon. For more info visit www.capoeiramarbella.com
April 7 - Saturday - Famous Bono's Beach Easter Egg Hunt
Come and join us on Saturday the 7th of April for our filled with fun easter egg hunt! Inside the Easter Egg you will find a fantastic gift! So get looking when you arrive! Also for the younger ones, we have a bouncy castle, children's animation and much more! Don't miss out on this fun filled weekend!
For reservations please contact us on: +34 952 839 236 or email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Argentinean Tango Show at Evita Restaurant
Evita Restaurant has an eclectic menu, designed principally for those who love Argentinean food, with its specialty is barbecue grilled red meat, which is imported directly from Argentina. And the amazing tango show on Thursdays and Saturdays will make you feel like you are in Argentina yourself! Reserve your table 00 34 952 92 96 20
Address:Avenida del Prado 3, Nueva Andalucia(Aloha)
For Marbella's Town Hall official programme for Semana Santa click HERE!
In the gallery you will find the itineraries for the processions of Malaga. Also the itineraries or routes and time schedules of the processions of Malaga, in paper are easy to also find in many establishments and in the offices and kiosks of tourist information of Malaga.
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