Marbella a privilege location with a unique climate
photo by lolo
Marbella lies in the south east of Spain upon the Mediterranean Ocean in the Malaga province of Spain. Sitting amongst the popular beach resort region of Costa de Sol- famed for its many hours of sunshine which it receives annually, Marbella is an important spot for tourism and has long been a popular getaway for the glamour rich and famous of northern Europe.
Marbella is a cosmopolitan, stylish and buzzing resort town than has grown enormously since it began as a small fishing village. There are many upscale restaurants and bars, and plenty of clubs to keep you entertained well into the early hours of the morning. You can awake and wash away the hangover from the night before in the beautiful waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
Marbella is known to have its own ‘micro-climate,’ playing host to an average temperature of 19º C throughout the year. Because the resort is sheltered by the high peaks of the Sierra Blanca in its behind, the climate of Marbella is more mild than what is experienced in any other neighbouring location.
Marbella is famed for its sunshine- in the height of summer you can take in a glorious 11 hours of uninterrupted sunshine in which you can work on your tan or enjoy some sangria in the sun.