Why choose Marbella to live?
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Marbella is one of the most prestigious cities in southern Spain. Its evolution in the tourism sector has always been increasing and since the 60s it has earned the privilege of hosting the aristocracy, artists and nobles of the time and settled the so-called "Jet-Set" that frequented its hotels and luxury homes.
This evolution makes Marbella a place with its own name on the Costa del Sol. Today, its 140,000 inhabitants make it the second most populated city in the province. Geographically it has peculiarities that make it have a different character to that of other bordering cities such as its well-known "microclimate". The characteristics of this "microclimate" are, warmth in winter and coolness in summer due to the protection that the mountain Sierra Blanca achieves to become a wall against the cold in winter and allows air currents to pass in the summer, producing a pleasant sensation of well-being to the who are lucky to live there. The average temperature of the year is usually about 18 degrees Celsius which makes it one of the most comfortable to live.
Marbella has 27 kilometers of beaches in which we can enjoy leisure, water sports and wonderful walks. It has 4 ports: Puerto Banús, Puerto Deportivo, Puerto de Cabopino and Puerto de la Bajadilla.
It has an infinity of beach bars that offer a gastronomic offer that is very popular with national and foreign tourists.
The most popular beaches of Marbella are: Puerto Banus, Guadalmina, Linda Vista, San Pedro Alcántara, Green River, El Faro, La Venus, La Bajadilla, El Cable, El Pinillo and Ártola Beach in Cabopino.