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I am no connoisseur, but with glasses costing little more than a euro I'm happy to taste my way through a few as the lively staff chalk up my orders on the bar, which acts as my running tab.

The La Concepción reservoir supplies the population with drinking water; apart from this there are other reservoirs like El Viejo and El Nuevo (the Old and the New) that irrigated the old agricultural colony of El Ángel, and Las Medranas and Llano de la Leche that watered the plantations of the colony of San Pedro de Alcántara.

Marbella is protected on its northern side by the coastal mountains of the Cordillera Penibética and so enjoys a microclimate with an average annual temperature of 18 °C (64 °F).

One market seller thrusts a traditional almond snack my way.

Salted almonds covered in olive oil are a famous local speciality.

Marbella's topography is characterised by extensive coastal plains formed from eroded mountains.

After the plain lies an area of higher elevations of between 100 and 400 m, occupied by low hills, behind which rise the foothills and steeper slopes of the mountains.

I wander effortlessly through the maze of narrow 18th century streets, where lovers would jump onto each other’s balconies to be together in secret and I can't help but be a bit seduced by this southern metropolis.

Better yet, much of the delightful old centre around the main square, Plaza de la Constitución, has been pedestrianised and from the last Saturday in November the maze of old town narrow streets off the glitzy marble-paved shopping street Marques De Larios, are illuminated with Christmas lights and poinsettia displays.

A favourite with stars when they're in town for the Malaga Film Festival in April, it serves authentic tapas, including prized bull meat croquets, and with all my food and wine included I pay a wallet-friendly 25 euros.

While wandering the city streets in a pleasant way to pass the time, I decide to hop onto a bike for a more comprehensive tour and a chance to work off some of the overindulgence I've been enjoying so far.

At a cost of 10 euros it's an affordable day out and with each bike named after a celebrity I really do manage to take a ride with Antonio Banderas in his home town, although perhaps not quite in the way I had imagined.

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