The city of Marbella is the jewel in the crown of the Costa del Sol. Frequented by the rich and famous, visited by tourists of all ages from all over the world, and lived in by the Spanish and a large international expatriate community, Marbella truly has something for everyone all year round.
Travelling west from Malaga, you soon reach the lively resorts of Torremolinos, Benalámadena, and Fuengirola, known for their beaches, marinas and nightlife. They all benefit from being easily accessible by train direct from Malaga airport.
The more traditional towns and villages of Mijas, Estepona and Benahavis have managed to retain their Andalusian charm despite their increase in popularity over recent years. Due to high end development, Benahavis is now home to some of the most exclusive and expensive properties in Spain.
The highest concentration of golf courses in Europe exists here, and due to the annual average of around 320 days of sunshine, you can enjoy playing golf all year round. If golf is not your thing, there are plenty of other sporting activities that you can take advantage of in the favourable Costa del Sol climate.