Born from the spirit of adventure
Taking guests on an immersive journey for the senses, COYA Marbella prides itself on its innovative menus which fuse traditional Peruvian dishes with Japanese, Chinese and Spanish cooking techniques. Showcasing complexity and intensity in its flavours, yet simplicity in its execution and presentation.
Drawing inspiration from the oldest bars in Lima, the COYA Marbella Pisco Bar provides a luxurious and zestful setting for any occasion. When visiting, you'll find a vast selection of COYA signature homemade infusions, Peruvian classics & localised specials.
Guests joining us at COYA Marbella will enjoy the unique sounds of COYA Music. Discover the entrancing beats of our resident DJs who play nightly, as well as the frequent music events taking place across the year with special guest DJs.
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