Marbella is a city located in the province of Malaga, in the south of the autonomous community of Andalusia, in southern Spain. The city of Marbella is the second most populous municipality in the province of Malaga, after the homonymous provincial capital of Malaga, and the eighth most densely inhabited city of Andalusia, meaning it is the perfect holiday location for those on the hunt for an exciting, lively and action-packed city break with lots of people to meet.
It is part of the popular coastal holiday region of Costa del Sol which is visited by thousands of tourists every year who flock to its shores from all over the world for the blissfully sunny weather, golden beaches, sparkling blue Mediterranean waters and gorgeous Marbella apartments. If hot and sunny weather, long stretches of idyllic beach, heavenly blue sea waters and wonderful holiday villas sound like your idea of holiday heaven, take a look at Begi Villas - where you can tour the Istrian vineyards and taste some of the world's most delicious wines!
Marbella Holiday Villas - come and visit the sizzling Costa del Sol
There are 27 kilometres of idyllic coastline to explore in when renting Marbella holiday homes, divided into 24 separate beaches, the most notable being Artola, Venus and La Fontanilla, Puerto Banús and San Pedro Alcántara, which have been awarded the blue flag award for their clean water, safe surroundings and environmentally friendly practices, and Cabopino, one of the few nudist beaches in the city, for those who are feeling daring and adventurous! Marbella is undoubtedly one of the most important tourist city destinations on the Costa del Sol and attracts tourists to its shores all year round due to its favourable warm and pleasant climate and well-developed tourist infrastructure and facilities. The city also boasts an important not to be underestimated archaeological heritage, many fascianting history museums and a packed-out cultural calender, with a wide range of events to suit every possible taste, from reggae to opera, in the many concert and performance spaces located in the city.
Marbella Villa Rentals - relax on the golden sandy beaches in the cool sea breeze
For those looking for a little history education on their Marbella holidays, head to the old town of Marbella, where you can spot the ancient city walls and the two historical suburbs of the city, namely, the Barrio Alto and the Barrio Nuevo, whose layout has remained practically untouched since the 16th century. Take a leisurely wander around the Plaza de los Naranjos, which was built after the Christian reconquest of the city, and see if you can spot some important buildings - the town hall, built in 1568 by the Catholic Monarchs the Mayor's house, with its Gothic and Renaissance façade, Mudejar roof and fresco murals in its interior, and the Chapel of Santiago, the oldest religious building in the city, which predates the square itself.