Discovering the Costa del Sol
The coast of Malaga, located in the Andalusian shore of the Mediterranean Sea, has become one of the world’s most recognized tourist destinations. Internationally known as the Costa del Sol (Sun Coast) or Costa del Golf (Golf Coast), it is chosen as a second residence by many foreigners thanks to its wide offer of services and its idyllic landscapes.
Having its capital in Malaga and with a coastline more than 180 km long, the Costa del Sol enjoys numerous mountains with magnificent natural inland landscapes, more than 70 golf courses, 11 marinas with 4,500 berths, a large number of museums, an important international airport ranking third in terms of volume of traffic among airports on the Iberian Peninsula, and what is most important, an unsurpassable climate enabling an amazing array of activities, with more than 325 sunny days per year and an average seawater temperature of 18ºC.
At the heart of the Costa del Sol: Marbella, luxury within your reach
If you are looking for the most exquisite luxury, Marbella is the right place. Exclusiveness, privacy, safety and luxury are key words to define this superb place, where luxury cars, big boats, important boutiques, five-star hotels and urbanizations specifically designed to high purchasing power customers are commonly seen.
That is the reason why many celebrities and business people from all over the world, especially from the Arabian Gulf, have chosen this destination as the ideal place to relax or to invest in important businesses. Moreover, if we take into account that Marbella has one of the most important marinas in the south of Europe, Puerto Banús, this is the perfect place for you.