The Spanish government has shared its plans to open up the country in 4 steps beginning from 2nd of May 2020 The Spanish government announced this Thursday evening that there will be partial relaxation. On the Costa del Sol you may already from Saturday the second may go for a walk and do sports alone or with persons living in the same house between 6 and 10 a.m. and also between 20 and 23 o’clock. But only within a distance of one kilometre from home. This regulation is valid until 11 May, after that, phase 1 will be introduced and the rules will be announced later. It is hoped that by the beginning of the summer season in July, all restrictions will be lifted to encourage tourism. Already two weeks ago many beach clubs in and around Marbella would have wanted to open the 2020 season, but due to the Corona crisis this was not possible. Also all restaurants in Marbella and the whole Costa del Sol will be closed until further notice. It is feared that many of the already ailing restaurants and bars in Marbella will not survive. Also the big well-known beach clubs like Ocean Club or […]
If you don’t know what kind of food to eat and where to eat this weekend, so try out Ambrosia Gourmet Market. There you can find a bit from everything even Ito Wagyu (Japanese Beef) also for take away.
El Corte Inglés Fashion Show Lunch at La Sala last Thursday, 19th May La Sala partnered up with the biggest department store group in Europe, El Corte Inglés and organised a stylish fashion show event that showcased couture women’s fashion by Intropia. The brand presented its original and exclusive 2016 summer collection, sponsored by El Corte Inglés What’s Hot Loyalty programme. This fun and entertaining lunchtime event with more than 120 guests, was hosted by the former footballer David Bentley, Lindsey Medina from Sala Group and Sandrine Wajngart Galley from El Corte Inglés. In addition to live chill out music by Bluefunk, some lucky attendees also took home fabulous prizes by El Corte Inglés. Besides amazing fashion and entertainment, the ladies enjoyed unlimited cava throughout the lunch. The ‘Ladies Who Lunch’ promotion is available every weekday at La Sala Banus. All women who lunch between 1-3pm will receive unlimited bubbly with their meal. La Sala’s menu of the day changes weekly and is great value at just €15 for two courses. La Sala Restaurant has truly become, ‘The ultimate social and dining experience,’ and is renowned as one of the busiest restaurants in Andalucía, an accolade successfully retained all year […]
La Sala in the Sky (Monday 11th July 2016)takes off with Mayor Bernal ‘La Sala in the Sky’s’ much anticipated launch went ahead on Friday 8th July 2016. Just a couple of days later, MEB, local press – including Canal Sur reporters who were broadcasting live from the sky – guests from the town hall of Marbella and the Mayor of Marbella, Pepe Bernal, were invited to sample Marbella’s brand new floating restaurant. The concept, developed by Belgian company, has been implemented in 40 of the world’s most impressive cities – Marbella being the latest addition. The attendees of this VIP Dinner Experiance were prepared for an exciting night and they weren’t disappointed. The 22-seat restaurant is built on platform which is raised 50 metres above the ground and all seats swivel by 180˚ to give each diner panoramic views across the skyline. This experience was made even more special by the collaboration between La Sala and famous Basque chef Aitor Perurena, who created a very special 5 course tasting menu including delicacies such as Tuna Tartar with Lime Cloud, Wakame & Soy Mayo, Spider Crab Canneloni and Teriyaki Lacquered Beef to name a few, served with wine and Champagne. […]
The current situation of the Corona Virus in Marbella; Unfortunately, the situation on the Costa del Sol has deteriorated in recent days. With around 400 cases in Andalusia alone, the situation has become very critical. All tourists to the Costa del Sol are advised to return to their home country. Many flights from Spain to other countries are prohibited. The famous marina Puerto Banus is closed for the next 2 weeks. From tomorrow Monday, the 16th of March, the same applies to the area around Marbella as to the rest of Spain. Curfew for everyone except for urgent errands such as grocery shopping or visiting a pharmacy. Sunbathing on the beach is also prohibited. Golf courses have closed and the restaurants are only allowed to deliver food. It is strongly advised not to travel to Marbella. This provision is valid for 15 days. Then you will see how to proceed. It is a nasty surprise for the local owners and event organizers now that the season should open soon everything has to remain closed. We will keep all our readers up to date and report on the development of the Corona in Marbella.