Luxury in Marbella: A hole-in-one for a jewel in the world
Marbella has a great modern-day resort atmosphere with just enough historical elements to keep one curious, thus creating a chic feel in the sun-drenched Costa del Sol. The city glitters at its brightest along the Golden Mile, lighting up with restaurants which deserve more than just five stars. The wondrous mile leads to the part of the rainbow where long and luxurious automobiles mingle with extravagant yachts. Here the luxurious at heart can bask in the sun on the famed La Fontanilla beach. A ninth-century Arab fortress hidden behind the country's very own orange trees and white-washed buildings, will add to the Andalusian touch. If you need more relaxing after your day of holidaying, you can spoil yourself with a dish of ajoblanco and the region's dessert wine that tastes nearly like heaven. As Marbella has been eminent for the presence of celebrities and aristocrats, don't be surprised if your sightseeing presents more than what you imagined. But if you feel more like kicking it back, world-class spas promise a divine experience. You might as well make the most of it and stay over in a magnificent rental luxury villa in Marbella.
Between Malaga and the Gibraltar Strait, at the foot of the Sierra Blanca, a seaside villa is the key to your perfect holiday in one of Costa del Sol's most important tourist cities. The ideal climate and well laid-out tourist infrastructure ensure that the city is filled with tourist feet throughout the year. The Costa del Sol itself is a true paradise for any golfer. Whether you were born with a golf ball in hand or are still a virtual novice, you will discover a course for you. Paired with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, a perfect day is guaranteed. To augment the view and experience, Marbella is sheltered by the Cordillera Penibetica's coastal mountains. This ensures a heavenly average temperature. One may even be lucky enough to see snow on the mountains, although it usually melts in a day or two. Quite a few coastal cities are accessible by bus or other transport from Marbella. Those include Málaga, Estepona, Torremolinos, Fuengirola and Gibraltar. For more local means of transport you can look to the taxis, intercity bus or railway services. The city brags with an exceptional archaeological heritage, showing off with several museums.