If you are moving to Marbella, in southern Spain, you might like to know what it’s like to live in Marbella before you move there. This video made by Itv 1 shows some particularities of the area.
Marbella is situated in Southern Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea and belongs to the province of Malaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is the second most populous municipality in Malaga with 138,662 inhabitants in 2012. Marbella is a tourist attraction due to its climate and tourist infrastructure. The people of Marbella are usually called “marbelleros”.
It is a major destination for luxury cruise ships and mega yachts. Some Spanish cities like Malaga, Estepona or Gibraltar are accessible by bus from Marbella.
Marbella has a microclimate with an average annual temperature of 18°C.
If you are moving to Marbella, you might like to know that Marbella has 24 beaches with different features but they are now all semi-urban due to the expansion of the municipality.
Concerning the economy, Marbella is a very dynamic province with a growth of 9% (2,4% for Malaga) between 1998 and 2004. The sector of services reprensents 60% of employment and trade represents about 20%. An institute of Statistics of Andalusia said that Marbella was the Andalusian city with the best development of the general welfare and highest quality of life.
If you are moving to Marbella, you might like to Festivals like the Marbella Reggae Festival or the International Opera Festival or the Marbella International Film Festival.
Moreover, you can also go to museums such as the museum Cortijo de Miraflores, Mechanical Art Museum or Municipal Archaeological Collection.
At last, the cooking is based on seafood. The most typical dish is fried fish with anchovies, mackerel and mullet. You can also find Gazpacho and garlic soup. There are also a lot of restaurants.
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