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In recent decades Marbella has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a small fishing village and since the 1950s it has become a go-to place for the rich and famous and year after year attracts millions of visitors and new residents. each of them eager to experience the magic of Marbella.
Marbella is cool yet classy, relaxed yet open 24/7, and easily accessible yet a world away from the gloom of home. Marbella is an enigma. Marbella is the central destination in Spain and, thanks to its easy air connections, has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.
Marbella has a lot to offer, with its golden sandy beaches, stunning scenery, lively social scene and of course its world famous Costa del Sol weather, boasting over 320 days of sunshine a year.
One of the most memorable ways to get to know Marbella is to take a walk in the early morning or at sunset along its charming Paseo Marítimo, a beachfront promenade that runs through the entire main area of the city, where palm trees guard beautiful terracotta villas, luxurious hotels crawl gracefully onto the beach and only impose themselves in the most discreet way, people of all ages stroll, run, skate, cycle and chat while charming cafes, traditional tapas bars and Chiringuitos with a relaxed atmosphere serve all kinds of delicacies for the hungry and the thirsty.
The slower pace of life can feel strange until the “tomorrow” attitude is adopted and most independent businesses close for siesta time between 2-5pm and are closed on Saturday afternoons. afternoon after 2:00 p.m. and on Sundays. However, during the summer months many of the shops are open on Sundays, including the La Cañada shopping center and the El Corte Inglés department store.
Marbella is also known for its incredible nightlife and no one has fun like the Spanish with their plentiful late-night bars and impressive alfresco dining restaurants. Marbella receives visitors throughout the year, but its main festive events are Holy Week, in which some people carry large floats through the center of the city representing the passion of Christ, the festival of San Bernebe, a week-long celebration of duration of the patron saint of the city, San Bernabé, and, of course, the night of Kings, in which children queue to see the kings pass by and collect candies before going home to open their gifts.
Marbella has always had one of the most desired postal codes in Spain. The Marbella area stretches from Puerto Cabopino in the east to Guadalmina in the west and through good times and bad there has always been a high demand for its impressive golf course developments and beachside properties with thousands of Europeans they buy their dream vacation homes in the sun.
With the expansion of Malaga International Airport and thousands of cheap flights, Marbella is the perfect lifestyle spot for rental investments, holiday homes and for expats looking to start a new life in a truly peaceful community. international.
Many of our clients have holidayed here in Marbella throughout their working lives and choose to retire in the sun, where the relaxed pace of life and safe environment is worlds away from the hustle and bustle of what we are used to.
Marbella is synonymous with sun, sea, sand and, of course, a glamorous nightlife. There is something for all tastes and pockets, literally every type of cuisine is catered for, ranging from local chiringitos serving delicious fresh fish, traditional bodegas offering irresistible tapas, cafés and restaurants, through to Michelin star restaurants.
Nightlife can be anything you want; a few drinks at a local bar, trendy beach clubs like or hedonistic nightclubs like Olivia Valare, where if you have to ask the price of a drink…you can’t afford it! During the summer months, the Starlite festival comes to town, where you can sip mojitos in a quarry converted into a trendy music venue in the Marbella hills and listen to popular artists perform everything from opera to rock and roll.
Locals don’t usually eat until well into the summer, but by ten o’clock the bars and restaurants are abuzz with laughter and the delicious smells of food.