Marbella: City Overview
Marbella is one of the most exclusive summer resorts
in Spain. Situated on the Mediterranean, in an area known as the
"Costa del Sol", Marbella is located near many Andalusian
cities of great interest such as Málaga (birth place of Pablo
Picasso, it is also an important cultural centre with many historic
monuments), Granada (with the wonderful Alhambra), Sevilla (one
of the most fascinating cities in Spain) and Cordoba (wonderful
crossroad between Moors and Catholics civilizations). It has a population
of 200,000 people during the year and 700,000 during the summer.
Marbella has the typical Andalusian flavor and a good communication
with two international airports: Málaga & Gibraltar.
Marbella is also known as a golfers paradise, with
golf every single day and night at one of the resorts' illuminated
golf course. Marbella is famous for its wonderful beaches and its
marina where luxurious yachts arrive from all over the world. It
also has beautiful boutiques, luxurious hotels, lovely shopping
centers and a vibrant nightlife.
The average temperature all year long is 66 –
77 degrees Farenheit (19 - 25 degrees Celsius) and the sun shines
around 320 days per year with less than 50 rainy days. Great beaches,
great climate and a unique offering of sports, gastronomy and entertainment.
We are confident that a visit to Marbella is a
guarantee for an unforgettable and exclusive learning experience.