Most people get to know Marbella as a magnificent vacation destination.
It's affectionately called the ¨Spanish St. Tropez¨ or compared to Miami as it has the sub-tropical setting and more millionaires per capita than anywhere in the Iberian Peninsula.
Bordering the Mediterranean sun-kissed beaches stretch to infinity, the sea alternates between
sapphire and turquoise, the sky rarely clouds over and when it does, it clears within a short time.
Here, you'll find music and film festivals, a distinct gastronomic scene, evolved property market and a rich cultural society. There are Roman remains and space-age palaces, medieval cottages and modern developments, hanging gardens, and wide-open spaces.