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With over 330 days of sunshine a year and scorching summers with long warm evenings, Marbella has become the envy of all!
Having undergone major rejuvenation in recent years, Marbella has now truly regained its rightful place as one of the world's premier resort locations. This is primarily due to the worldwide investment that has been attracted in recent decades, restoring the city to its former glory as Spain's most exclusive destination.
The area has been awarded with national and international prizes for security and cleanliness, and the glamorous celebrities who holiday or choose to live here are a tribute to this transformation. Marbella is the jewel in the Spanish tourist crown. Only the capital Madrid has more five star hotels. Thousands of tourists pass through the Marbella Arch to visit the ever-growing list of attractions. The old town oozes with charm and is well worth a visit with its beautiful parks, Andalusian cafés, musical fountains and narrow cobbled streets.
Clubs and culture...
Along the cosmopolitan "Sun Coast" there are many English theatres and cinemas, as well as numerous bridge, chess and social clubs catering to nearly every nationality. Culture is well catered for in the form of classical plays, concerts and ballets, frequently held in an amphitheatre surrounded by lush tropical gardens. Two magnificent casinos, superb entertainment complexes and a new shopping centre, as well as a safari park, water parks, theme parks, beautiful beaches, swimming pools and fitness centres galore really give you a feel for what the Costa del Sol has to offer.
Marbella, nestling in southern Andalusia, enjoys its own microclimate and is near to one of Spain's most scenic and historic areas. Only a short drive away, lie the ancient cities of Granada, Sevilla and Córdoba, steeped in history and fascinating Moorish architecture.
Sevilla, the capital of the province, is acclaimed as Spain's most beautiful city and is accessed by a new motorway built with EU funding. Since Expo '92, the city has expanded as a tourist destination and is well worth a visit.
You can also enjoy the breathtaking views as you drive inland through the white villages and the scenic town of Ronda, perched on a cliff with Spain's oldest bull-ring and museum. If you have the time, the beauty and culture of southern Spain await you.