Marbella is the undisputed capital of the Costa Del Sol. It is a very touristy and charming city, host to many celebrities who came to find the typical Andalusian charm.
Marbella has a lot to offer, beach, sun and luxury yachts, but also archaeological remains, atypical city and historic center.
It is a cosmopolitan city, which offers a fairly balanced contrast between authenticity and modernity.
The luxury property market on the Costa Del Sol is constantly evolving. This significantly supports the local economy and also allows the development of new jobs. Even if the market has been impacted by the political instability of the country, it has managed to rebound thanks to the GDP growth of the inhabitants, the decrease in unemployment, but also thanks to favorable interest rates for investments.
The Costa Del Sol is therefore at the beginning of a promising renewal.
Andalusia, and more particularly the Costa Del Sol region, attracts many foreign investors. Among them, the United Kingdom is in first position (26%), followed in second position by Sweden (11%) and Belgium (8%).
It is therefore mostly investors from Europe who appreciate this region.
We can’t really say that summers are cold on the Costa Del Sol, as temperatures rarely drop below 10 degrees. However, the region is experiencing some rain, even if it remains minimal compared to the fine weather. Temperatures can go from 10 to 16 degrees.
In March and April, the climate is dry and the days are bright. The low rainfall allows this area to have high temperatures before summer arrives. These conditions are exceptional for visitors.
Moreover, in November and December, thanks to the overall drop in temperatures, the heat remains very pleasant and allows visitors to enjoy without being invaded by heat.
During this period, temperature can vary from 12 to 21 degrees.
The best time of the year is from May to October. It is during these months that the climate is warmest, temperatures start at 20 degrees but can go up to 33 degrees..
Each day is more beautiful than the previous one, and even if the influx of tourists is constantly increasing, it does not prevent from having a good time, with family or friends.
The Bonsai Museum is located in Marbella. It houses the largest collection of wild olive trees in the world and is also considered one of the best museums in Europe. He invites you to take the time to discover and contemplate our dear mother nature through many native species from the surrounding environment. Each species alone is considered a work of art.
Avenida Del Mar is probably the most popular avenue in the city of Marbella. This magnificent street is lined with fountains and other pergolas giving the impression of being in the middle of a garden.
However, visitors come to admire the collection of sculptures offered by Salvator Dali. This place has become a true free open-air museum, delighting specialists as well as art lovers.
Located right next to the Cabopino marina, the dunes of Artola are the most important in Marbella. The winds and marine currents are at the origin of their creations and extend over more than 20 kilometers.
Today, it is a real natural labyrinth of sands where it is good to walk.
Costa Del Sol stretches along the Andalusian coast for more than 300km. It is a classic tourist destination, and especially a place well known to holidaymakers, come to find sun and beaches. Located in the south of Spain, the Costa Del Sol enjoys incredible sunshine, with over 320 days of sun per year and is renowned for its mild winter climate.
The Costa Del Sol also has its history, which can be traced through its architectural wonders, the great avenues and houses of the old town, dominated by the steeples and the two towers of the Renaissance cathedral, the Alcanzaba.
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