Marbella is renowned for being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Andalusia and Spain. Within the geographical area of the Costa del Sol, Marbella is the jewel in the crown. More specifically, Puerto Banús is the most exclusive enclave, where the most prestigious international brands are concentrated. Los Bandidos Restaurant commences one of the seasons with the largest number of visitors during these days of Easter.
For many, Holy Week is one of the most important events of the year. Visitors from different countries come to Marbella and many other destinations during these days to enjoy the processions, the streets, the culture and above all, the local gastronomy. As is to be expected, this time of the year serves to give Los Bandidos an idea of the volume of visitors that the summer season could bring.
Unquestionably, Los Bandidos has always enjoyed a practically constant influx of visitors throughout the year, regardless of the date or the cultural events taking place. The fact remains that Holy Week brings to Marbella thousands of tourists and visitors who love the climate, the location, the culture, the atmosphere of Holy Week, and especially the gastronomic offer, which is increasingly interesting and varied.
Puerto Banús is a must-see for all tourists who come to Marbella during these days. It doesn’t matter if it’s your first time here or you’re already a regular visitor, because the atmosphere in Puerto Banús stands out from the rest. Restaurants of renown and prestige, such as Los Bandidos, with more than 32 years of history, are a compulsory rendezvous for many. Marbella’s Holy Week is a tourist attraction for travellers from all over the world, and of course, gastronomy is an essential element.
Los Bandidos publishes a selection of their dishes on social media, their Facebook page, Instagram and Google My Business. In this blog you’ll also find information of interest, contact details, and most importantly, a reminder to call 952 81 59 15 to make a reservation.