Choosing the perfect property for your first or second home requires careful consideration of a number of factors such as the location, size, layout and price. It is important that you do your research. You should also take the time to think about your long-term goals and priorities to ensure that you find a property that suits your needs and lifestyle. Here in the area you will find a wide variety of home dreams, so we are sure that you will find your DREAM property (with us:-) in Marbella or the surrounding area!


One of the most important arguments in favour of Marbella and the Costa del Sol is the great climate. It is not without reason that people say that this is the California of Europe. Short, pleasantly warm winters and summers that are not too hot make this stretch of the Mediterranean coast a paradise for sun worshippers. If you want to escape to the mild south in the autumn, Marbella and the Costa del Sol are also in the right place. The sun usually shines on Marbella and the climate is pleasant all year round despite the very southern location. This is due to the fact that the city is protected by the towering Sierra Blanca. The mountains ensure mild winters and warm, but not too hot summers. The rainiest rainy months are usually November to February, but the good weather always shows up in between and and does not cause any bad moods. Night temperatures in the winter months still average around still average around 10 degrees Celsius. In the months of May to October they settle at around 14-20 degrees Celsius, so that a restful night’s sleep is guaranteed. The average daily November to March are 16-20 degrees Celsius and in the other months between 21-33. 320 days a year are under the positive influence of the sun. In this climate, vegetation flourishes in numerous forms and provides Marbella with an attractive visual setting and a city visual framework and a cityscape rich in flowers. That`s why Marbella is called Ciudad Jardin.


If someone were to ask you, where is Marbella`s most beautiful beach? We are sure that everyone will tell you this. There are not just one or two cool beaches here, no. In Marbella and its surroundings, almost every beach is idyllic and there is something for every beach lover. Choose between: wide sandy beaches, quiet natural beaches, promenade beaches for strolling & shopping, beaches with the typical spanish chiringuito,  bar, cafe, restaurant or beach club offers, beaches surrounded by dunes, nudist beaches, dog and fishing beaches, but also beaches for sports activities e.g. with outdoor fitness equipment, for cycling or with integrated wooden walkway for walking and jogging.


Marbella is a large city in the south of Spain on the Costa del Sol in the province of Málaga. The province belongs to the autonomous community of Andalusia and has about 140 000 inhabitants. Its origins date back to Roman times, from which numerous archaeological remains have been found. From the Arab period there are two towers and the walls of the castle, and from the Christian era the church of La Encarnación, the house of the municipal judge and the hospital of San Juan de Dios are still preserved in the old town.


From TAPAS Gambas Pil Pil, Espetos de Sardinas, Boquerones en Vinagre, Gazpacho, Salmorejo, Ajoblanco, Ensalada Malagueña, Fritura Malagueña, Jamón serrano, Chorizo, Arroz negro to PAELLA. The balanced combination of fish, meat and vegetables offers a wonderful and healthy variety. Only the meal times require a little flexibility, because the Spanish love to start the day later, which is also reflected in the meal times :-). Lunch starts at 1.30-3.30 pm and dinner from 8.30-10.30 pm.


Whether golf, tennis, swimming, horse riding, yoga, jogging, climbing, hiking, kitesurfing or even skiing. Here you can do it all, depending on your taste. The wonderful climate also makes it possible to practise these sports outdoors all year round.


The area also offers many possibilities for children, e.g. the Bio Parc in Fuengirola, the Caminto del Rey in , the climbing park in Elviria, the butterfly park in Benalmadena, the Aquamijas Wasserparc in Mijas, the Cocodrilos Park in Torremolinos or the Solwa Aventura Safaripark in Estepona.


From Marbella you can also make very nice day trips to pretty Spanish towns. Here are some examples of times by car: from Marbella to Fuengirola or Estepona 25min, Málaga 45min, ( Málaga airport 35min) Gibraltar 1h, Tarifa 1:15h, Nerja 1:20h, Cádiz 2h, Granada 2h, Cordoba 2:15h, Sevilla 2:45h.


There are also plenty of idyllic villages to explore, such as Ronda, the white village of Mijas Pueblo, Istan or Alhaurin de la Torre, to name just a few.


Again and again and everywhere, with the most diverse light influences, you can marvel at breathtaking sunsets. For this reason alone, it is worth visiting this area or even buying a property here :-).

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