A sprawling city and resort area in the southern part of Spain, Marbella is situated in the Malaga province in the autonomous community of Andalusia.
Serving as backdrop to the beautiful city is the Sierra Blanca Mountains. It features long stretches of Mediterranean beaches, exquisite villas and hotels, and neatly manicured golf courses and verdant lawns. At the western part of the city is where you’ll find the Puerto Banus marina, which is dotted with upscale bars, boutiques and luxury yachts.
Other must-not-miss attractions are Selwo Marina, Hotel Puente Romano, Plaza de los Naranjos, and Ermita de Santiago.
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