Marbella is a city and municipality in southern Spain, belonging to the province of Málaga in the autonomous community of Andalusia. It covers an area of about 115 square kilometers and has a population of nearly 150,000. The city is situated on the Mediterranean Sea at the center of Costa del Sol, between Málaga and the Strait of Gibraltar. The international holiday resort is favored by travelers around the globe.
Marbella is rich in tourism resources and known as the "world's vacation paradise for top elites." With adequate, warm and bright sunshine, suitable climate and sound facilities are some of the many features that have earned it a good reputation as a top-tier destination around the world. The world-renowned Puerto Banús and the old Spanish town of Marbella are both located here.
One of the biggest highlights of Marbella is its beaches full of swaying palms. The 27 kilometers (17 miles) of coastline within the limits of Marbella is divided into 24 beaches with different features. They are known as being wonderful destinations for sunbathing, walking, swimming and surfing. The city also has a significant archaeological heritage, alluring museums, numerous spaces for performances of any sort, fantastic beaches and a cultural calendar with a variety of events. The first-class vacation resorts attract nearly 600,000 global tourists annually, and the number of travelers it receives per year is four times the local population.