Immerse yourself in our gardens, a unique setting in the center of Marbella

From the time our parking attendant greets you, to walking through perfumed pergolas leading to the entrance of our restaurant.


We want you to savour the sensations that dining at Villa Tiberio bring. Owned and run by fabled restaurateur, Sandro Morelli (ex Ritz and Cavendish Hotels in London, and the former owner of Fulham Road’s legendary Barbarella 1 and 11 restaurants), Villa Tiberio is not just a fabulous eatery, it is a meeting place. Royalty, diplomats, and international celebrities could just as easily be dining at the next table as holidaymakers or local residents.


Planning a wedding involves many different things: the dress, the cake, the service – the venue that will make the most important day in your life complete. It has to be beautiful, reliable and above all, have a standard of excellence that gives you one less thing to worry about on the great day.


When people come to Marbella they go to Puerto Banús, the Casco Antiguo and the Fishermen’s Port, they visit the white villages, Sierra Nevada and Ronda. What they never miss is Villa Tiberio and its world famous setting.

Villa Tiberio Restaurant – Marbella If heaven comes in 6,000 square metres of formal Italian gardens with marble statues, cascading waterfalls and softly lit lovers’ walkways, then without any doubt, this is it.


it's not just another restaurant

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Wonderful Night in Villa Tiberio

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Harry Rednapp presents Sandro Morelli

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Cudeca and The Red Cross Villa Tiberio

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A Guide to Helping Others

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«Since this was filmed with Des O Connor & Mitch Winehouse,

Sandro Morelli has now raised £520.000 for Children with Cancer»

A unique environment in Marbella


One of Spain’s most well known restaurateurs, Sandro Morelli came to Marbella from London 31 years ago, having cut his culinary teeth at both the Ritz and Cavendish Hotels in London, before opening what would become two legendary restaurants, Barbarella I and II. Patronised by the Who’s Who of international society, they were literally the talk of the town.