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The number one destination for luxury homes for sale on the Costa del Sol.

With its cosmopolitan confidence and an unbeatable climate, Marbella has been Spain’s most desirable resort for over 50 years and hotspot luxury real estate. Marbella might be chic but it’s not exclusively for the super wealthy.

Loved for its glamour, golf and a golden mile of hotels, clubs and casinos, Marbella is popular for good reason; sheltered by a coastal mountain range, you’ll be basking in a microclimate which provides an average annual temperature of 18°c and enjoys amazing views of the sea and mountains.

There is still plenty of the city’s original beauty to be discovered in the Old Town. Explore the winding pedestrian roads lined with fancy shops and classic Spanish churches to find the soul of old Marbella, Plaza de los Naranjos. On hot summer nights, it is alive with al-fresco diners enjoying the vibrant yet totally relaxed atmosphere.


Even by the Costa del Sol’s standards, you’ll be mixing with an incredible array of different nationalities. 40,000 of the 142,000 strong population hail from 127 different countries. Together they are known as ‘Marbellero’.


Beyond the sea (25 kilometers of beach and four marinas), the golf courses (15) and the restaurants (600), there is one more thing Marbella is known for shopping. There are countless designer clothes and jewellery shops for you to peruse along with a giant mall, hypermarkets, specialty food shops, accessory shops, interiors…you won’t run out of places to spend your money!


Marbella has a reliable bus service that can take you direct to the Malaga airport and also links all of the towns along the Costa del Sol.


You can find almost every type of property ranging from expensive to the astronomical along the city’s golden mile, with its luxury mansions, luxurious villas and estates. But don’t despair more affordable apartments are available in developments along the coast and further inland towards the mountain areas.


If four rounds of golf followed by a five-course lunch and forty winks on the beach isn’t enough to keep you at the peak of physical fitness, you will find access to health care very straightforward. The region’s main resource, the Costa del Sol hospital is situated just out of town and is one of the best equipped in Spain. In addition, there are private hospitals, specialist clinics and numerous alternative therapies to choose from.

Cost of Living

As you might expect, Marbella is a little on the expensive side compared to some of the neighbouring resorts. But the abundance of retail outlets will help keep the price of your weekly shop down.


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