A unique enclave in the South of Europe
57 km from Málaga, Marbella is the referent of the Costa del Sol and one of the most popular touristic destinations in Europe.
Tourists from around the world visit its shores. Marbella meets countless tourist attractions as well as cultural, sports and business related attractions. Throughout the year there are numerous activities such as the "World Championship of jet-skis", the "Nation Tennis Senior Cup", the "Nights of Marbella" with performances by internationally renowned artists.
Marbella benefits from 26 km. of coastline with fine sandy beaches, mostly equipped with all necessary services to enjoy a day under the sun. Among the services offered by this touristic city we can highlight the 20 top hotels (3 of 5 stars luxury, 5 of 5 stars and the remaining twelve of 4 stars), more than 600 restaurants of foods from around the world, sports facilities and 14 different golf courses.
The municipality is composed of several villages:
Naranjos Square (Marbella)
- Marbella, with its historic Moorish center and Andalusian streets decorated with flowers and perfumed with orange blossom.
- The famed Puerto Banús, known for having the largest Marina in Europe.
- San Pedro de Alcántara, where superb beaches can also be found, as well as architectural remains such as the Paleo-Christian Basilica of Vega del Mar or the Roman Baths
- Nueva Andalucía, a beautiful residential area promotes by José Banús
- The East of the City with areas such as Las Chapas, Elviria and Cabo Pino, among others.
Thanks to its privileged position, with the Mediterranean Sea to the South, the North protected by La Concha mountains and its wonderful climate, with an average annual temperature of 18.7 ºC, and more than 320 days of sunshine a year, Marbella is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Spain.