The Marbella area is known throughout the world for its quality of life and its lifestyle. It is a truly cosmopolitan city with over 130 different nationalities living and working here. It is one of the best places to live in the world. It has the infrastructure of a large town and the charm of a small village. Its climate is one of the best in Europe, with an average annual temperature of 18.5 degrees C and over 300 days of sunshine. It benefits from a unique microclimate with the Sierra Blanca mountains surrounding the town protecting it from the cold north winds.
Those who come in search of a free, healthy outdoor life where they can watch their children grow up safely are attracted not only by the climate and good educational and sporting facilities, ,multilingual businesses and the amazing variety of cuisines on offer in Marbella and his surroundings, where you can find fine restaurants catering to anything from the familiar to the exotic.
While always known for its lively, cosmopolitan social life, summer parties and full calendar of glamorous events, Marbella is also becoming increasingly focused on culture and entertainment, with Fine Arts Societies arranging art appreciation classes and visits to museums, theatres and concert halls in the area.