Marbella is situated on the Mediterranean coast, between Malaga and Gibraltar Strait, and in the foothills of the Sierra Blanca. Its district covers an area of 117km ².
With 134,623 inhabitants is the second most populous municipality in the province of Andalusia and the eighth in Andalusia. It is also one of the major tourist towns on the Costa del Sol and throughout most of the year is center of attraction for international tourism mainly thanks to its climate and tourist infrastructure.
Marbella noted for its favorable climate, internationally recognized. The average temperature hovers around 18.5 º C, with 320 days of sunshine annually. The weather stations pose no major changes and rainfall in our town do not usually exceed 50 days per year, with the months of December and January of rainfalls. This climate is due to a unique location in the mountains around Marbella, Sierra Blanca and Concha, visible from throughout the municipality, together with the configuration of the coast of Ensenada, acting sheltering the Windy City North and enjoy making a special microclimate, unique in the world, and became one of its biggest tourist attractions.
Although less known, the city also has significant archaeological and several museums and theaters, as well as a broad cultural calendar.
A few miles away is Puerto Banus, the most famous marina in Europe, full of restaurants with cuisine from around the world, a massive drinking area, incredible beaches, shops of all kinds and enviable temperatures all year round.