To millions of people across Europe the very name Marbella brings with it an association of sunlit days spent on the beach or golf course, days Holidays on its Blue Flag beaches and late, late nights in the buzzing bars and clubs villas tucked into the folds of hillsides and nights filled with the glamour and excitement of a Mediterranean jet set location. In recent years, however, this luxury resort town has also become an increasingly popular place to settle in.
Enjoy living the true nature of Marbella
A short walk around the Marina, Old Town and infamous Golden Mile will take you past beautiful parks, Andalusian cafes, fountains and white narrow streets. The daily adventure is completely up to you. Choose to fuel yourself with traditional coffee, fresh orange juice, churros or obviously… tapas!
You could see new things and eat in a different restaurant every day for a year, without doing the same thing twice! If you want to indulge yourself and experience pure luxury, Puerto Banus is where you should go. The whitewashed old town – or Casco Antiguo – is partly framed by 10th-century Moorish castle walls, a throwback to its Arab heritage. Narrow streets meander past flower-strewn balconies, leading you on through shady squares with orange trees, fountains and bustling cafés.
For those who are considering a family move, it should be known that the best international school and colleges are here. The English schools here are mostly private schools but offer some of the best education in Spain. The local children grow up speaking at least 2-3 languages as if they were native!