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  Spain's Famous Seaside Resort: Marbella
Marbella was put on the map as an international jet set resort with the arrival of Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe in 1946, purchasing the finca Santa Margarita, which he later converted into an American-style resort hotel and the prestigious and legendary Marbella Club opened in 1954.
Marbella today, is a modern city with a large number of quality restaurants, art galleries, glossy magazines, night clubs and trendy cafés and bars, most of the in names in haute-couture are present, so are the exclusive car manufacturers and the chic interior designers.
In Marbella, possibly at the time called Barbella among the local people, the Moors built a fortress in the style of the Damascus Caliphate in the 10th century, believed by historians to have been built upon the ruins of a Roman town, be it Salduba or not.
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 Marbella on the Costa del Sol, Andalucia, Spain
Marbella is probably one of the best known, most popular and best liked resorts on the Costa del Sol, within Andalucia.
Marbella has long been popular with foreign residents, relocating to Spain and this can be seen in the price of property in the area which has increased by more than 400% in recent years.
Marbella is well served by the local highway, the N340, currently undergoing major improvement, the Mediterranean toll road and the coastal railway.
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 Caramba rentacar, autovermietung, marbella Costa del Sol
Marbella, 100 kilometres square and 24 kilometres of beach, is known all over the world as one of the classiest and most beautiful holiday destinations in Southern Europe.
In Marbella too is one of the most interesting Visigoth remains in the country, the basilica of Vega del Mar, which the Moors called the "well lived in," and there built a fortress that has survived the passage of time.
But Marbella was also a pioneer in agriculture in Andalucía, with the Marqués del Duero farm and, on a lesser scale, the El Ángel farm making an industry of what had previously been a subsistence activity.
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 Spanish courses in Marbella. Studying Spanish in Marbella
Marbella is one of the most exclusive coastal resorts in Spain, famous for its sandy beaches, luxury hotels, vibrant nightlife and chic marina for the ultra rich, Puerto Banús.
Marbella enjoys an average of 320 sunny days per year, with warm temperatures even in winter, due to its close proximity to Africa, making this an ideal location in which to learn Spanish at any time of year.
Marbella is also an excellent base from which to explore Andalucia, Granada, Seville, Cordoba and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
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 Marbella Restaurant Welcomes You!
This is the cuisine of Marcelo Fadul and Marbella.
Marbella is considered a fine dining restaurant because of our outstanding cuisine, piano music, crisp white table clothes and exemplary service.
Marbella serves delicious food in quick fashion at lunch when the occasion calls for promptness.
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 MalagaWeb - The Costa del Sol's Premier Tourist & Travel Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Marbella is the most cosmopolitan of the Costa del Sol's resorts, with many establishments having staff or menus in several languages.
Marbella's main boulevard is home to many stylish boutiques and shops, while the gardens at "Parque de la Alameda" make a nice place to sit and relax, dedicated to the artist Salvador Dali, there are copies of his sculptures along it's length and leading down to the promenade.
Marbella's marina is neither as famous nor as glamorous as it's better known sister, Puerto Banus, but the Marina Marbella area is the place to find fresh fish, with it's live fish market providing many of the restaurants in the area with their fish.
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 Hotels in Marbella Costa del Sol Spain | marbella hotels
The four star hotel Barcelo Marbella Golf, situated in the exclusive town of Guadalmina, in the heart of the Costa del Sol, is near to magnificent sunny beaches and exceptional leisure and entertainment facilities in Puerto Banus or La Cañada.
Marbella hotel Club La Cartuja is located within easy reach of the many cultural, gastronomic, sport and leisure facilities on the Costa del Sol, including golf in Marbella.
Marbella Inn Aparthotel is a modern and comfortable Aparthotel located in the center of Marbella, next to the shopping center and few minutes walking distance from the beaches, sports harbor and the Old Town.
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Marbella in the late eighties was in a state of decline.
Business thrives in and around Marbella and who could choose a better location to work in and around as the scenery to work each day is the deep blue of the Mediterranean, or the deep ruddy brown of the La Concha on the other side.
During the Arab occupation, the western part of Marbella, known by the Romans as Barbesula, was renamed Barbella and its land, which was in the hands of the Benimerines in the thirteenth century, later Marbella became part of the kingdom of Granada until the conquest of the city by christian soldiers in 1485.
www.costadelsol-guide.com /Tourism/places/marbella   (615 words)

 Information about Marbella, Costa del Sol, Andalucía, Southern Spain
Not too long ago, Marbella sharpened its image still more thanks to a considerable investment initiated by the town's colourful and controversial late mayor, Jesus Gil which resulted in a massive landscaping drive.
But Marbella has a down to earth side as well, an air of individuality which can be best appreciated by exploring back streets in the old part of town.
From Guadalalmina to Cabopino, the Marbella coastline stretches along some 26 kilometres of sunny beaches bathed by the Mediterranean and where you can enjoy traditional fish and seafood favourites like sardines on a spit, fried fish and the incomparable paella.
www.andalucia.com /marbella/home.htm   (539 words)

 Spanish School in Marbella - Learn Spanish in Marbella with ENFOREX
Marbella, the undisputed highlight of the Costa del Sol, is an exclusive Mediterranean resort town with some of the best beaches in Europe.
Marbella is the perfect environment for students of all ages to study Spanish while improving their quality of life!
ENFOREX Marbella is a unique center: the building itself is constructed around open air, sun drenched patios, which allows our students to enjoy a multitude of outdoor common areas and the smell of the Mediterranean as they walk between classes or take a break with friends.
www.enforex.com /spain-marbella.html   (434 words)

 Marbella Spain Property Management Maintenance | Marbella furnishings | Property Rental in Marbella | Golf Holidays | ...
We are a company specialising in taking the anxiety out of ownership here in Marbella, providing all levels of property services from basic maintenance to sales and holiday rentals, leaving you free to enjoy your investment.
Marbella Home Care was conceived and launched through the desire to provide a problem free, personal service, tailored to each of our client's requirements.
Being part of the Marbella Home Group we are able to call upon a number of specialist organisations enabling our clients to use us as a one-stop service for all of their needs.
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 Learn Spanish in Marbella. Spanish course in Marbella.
If you learn Spanish in Marbella, you'll be able to enjoy life outdoors, as Marbella has over 320 days of sunshine a year, 3 marinas, 14 golf courses and endless beaches.
Marbella also has unexpected surprises, such as the old town, which retains its traditional Spanish atmosphere, with typical Andalusian whitewashed buildings and orange trees.
Marbella, host to an annual Flamenco festival, is the ideal location in which to learn Flamenco.
www.languagesabroad.co.uk /marbella.html   (735 words)

 Academy of Spanish Studies in Marbella: Study Abroad and Learn Spanish Language in Spain
It is situated on the 'Costa del Sol', Spain's region of Andalusia, and boasts 27 kilometers (17 miles) of beachfront, and a total of 24 different beaches.
Known as the golfer's paradise, Marbella opened the first illuminated golf course in Europe, allowing golf enthusiasts to practice golf after dark.
Marbella is home to a population of 300.000 people during the year and 1.000.000 during the summer.
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Marbella has more pleasure ports than any other municipality in the province of Malaga.
The Romería in the pinewoods at Guadalpín takes place in June too, with another Romería to the Cruz de Juanar in May. With six golf courses in the municipality, there are plenty of golfing events throughout the golfing season, although the mild climate allows for play all the year round.
And with three pleasure ports in Marbella, there are regattas and sailing facilities throughout the year in the municipality
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 Marbella Spain | Travel Guide to Marbella
Marbella is one of the Mediterranean's most representative tourist venues and a top favorite for travelers.
The municipal district of Marbella is situated in the heart of the western Costa del Sol, between the sierras of the coastal mountain range and the sea to which it looks out along 24 kilometers of coast...
The Department of the Environment of the Marbella City Council is organising a programme called 'Salidas Abiertas' (Outings), which combine sports and nature in the most attractive corners of the region.
www.guide2marbella.com   (164 words)

 Marbella : Introduction | Frommers.com
An Andalusian port at the foot of the Sierra Blanca, traces of Marbella's past survive in its palatial town hall, medieval ruins, and ancient Moorish walls.
Marbella's chic reputation dates from the beginning of the Eisenhower era.
Marbella was on its way; its discovery by jet-setters bringing long-overdue prosperity.
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 Marbella property for sale Marbella villas apartments properties
Marbella Direct Spain is a well established local real estate agency with over twenty years experience in Marbella property and on the Costa del Sol in Spain.
Marbella Direct Spain offers a comprehensive listing of Marbella property that covers all price ranges, styles and property types throughout the Costa del Sol.
Marbella Direct Spain also provides Costa del Sol property management, maintenance, home letting, and home decoration services to a standard that is hard to equal on Spain's southern coast.
www.marbelladirect.com   (279 words)

 Marbella Hotels - Hotels in Marbella, Spain by IberiaLodging.com
Experience an unforgettable holiday with your loved one or with the entire family, for whom a well-prepared set of attractions awaits, including beautiful indoor and outdoor pools, lots of fun for kids, not to mention the exclusive standard of the apartments, some of which are a mere walk from the beach.
Tranquil resort located in the heart of the Golf Valley in Marbella and within a few minutes of the city centre and the sparkling nightlife of Puerto Banus.
Located 800 meters from the beach, the Cortijo Blanco Hotel is a classic example of traditional Andalusian architecture, providing comfortable accommodations and countless possibilities for the recreation of the entire family.
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 Marbella attractions - historic places - Parque de la Alameda, Basílica Vega del Mar, Murallas del Castillo ...
If you take into account that the town of Marbella covers over 25 kilometres of coast and beaches, you shouldn't be surprised that the city's Paseo Maritimo, or boardwalk, stretches over 6 kilometres.
The ruins of this ancient villa are located at the mouth of the Verde River, on the outskirts of Marbella.
It dates back to the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, and it has been known about since the mid-18th century, although the excavations didn't began until the 1960s, when the archeologist and historian, Carlos Posac and Fernando Alcalá, discovered part of the villa.
www.guide2marbella.com /marbella_attractions.asp   (655 words)

 Learn Spanish in Marbella :: Spanish Course
Marbella may not have the history of Granada or the charm of Seville but it does have one string to its bow when the hot Andalusian sun beats down - the beach.
Being the compact town that it is, the school can boast a central location in Marbella whilst staying within a 5 minute walk of the beach.
Situated on a main road, the school building is modern and spacious, with 15 classrooms both inside and on the large private terrace.
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 Holiday informations about Marbella or Puerto Banus. Tourist in Marbella
Marbella is one of the Mediterraneans most representative tourist venues and a top favourite for travellers.
Marbella also has an exceptionally mild microclimate, protected by the impressive Sierra Blanca mountain range, and a cosmopolitan atmosphere provided by a broad mix of nationalities, races and religions coexisting side by side.
There is something for everyone in Marbella, from its spectacular natural environment and outstanding beaches to its most sophisticated hotels and super restaurants offering refined cooking from around the world.
www.spain-holiday.com /informations/spain/travel/guide/areas/651/Marbella/6/Malaga/0/Andalucia/Marbella.html   (712 words)

 Marbella Estates
Welcome to Marbella Estates home page, this contact is for many a first step in buying a property on the western part of Costa del Sol.
We know how difficult it can be to start a search for a property when you are not familiar with your new area, it is for you a new country and with that comes different laws and customs.
We are proud to have a fantastic after sales service which is probably why a high percentage of our sales are done through recommendations by happy customers.
www.marbella-estates.com   (242 words)

 Marbella to Property from Marbella to Puerto Banus Spain
Marbella to Property from Marbella to Puerto Banus Spain
Visit Marbella, one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the Mediterranean Sea, Costa del Sol, Southern Spain, in 360 degree panoramic scenes.
Virtual Postcards e-mail virtual postcards of Marbella and Puerto Banus to your friends - Marbella Weather today and 10 day forcast - Marbella Humour jokes and funny images.
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 Marbella Homes - Costa del Sol, Andalucia, Spain Property & real estate
The friendly real estage agents for Marbella and the Costa del Sol - here to help you find your ideal property.
If you have any queries, or want any help with your property search, please do not hesitate to contact us - our Marbella property experts will be very happy to help.
Our website is constantly updated with the latest apartments, villas, townhouses, fincas, and plots, as they come on the market - both new developments and resale properties.
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 Marbella Villas Apartments Townhouses Property Real Estate for sale in Spain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Marbella is 50km from Málaga airport and is well served by the local highway, the N340 or the toll motorway, the E-15.
Marbella has a permanent population of 100,000 but this figure increases dramatically during the summer months.
The nightlife in Marbella is equally eclectic, ensuring those who visit enjoy the pleasures of the night as much as the alluring sun during the day.
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 Marbella hotel. Luxury hotels, boutique hotels in Marbella, Spain
Undisputedly the "quality resort" of the Costa del Sol, Marbella has the highest income per capita in Europe.
The Old Town is characteristically Andalusian, with pretty white houses and the intimate orange scent.Visit the Plaza de los Naranjos for a sample.
Epoque Hotels Marbella, Spain is: Great, boutique, luxury, quality, design, exclusive, centrally located, trendy, elite, leading, cosmopolitan, superior, central, four (4), five (5) star lodging accommodation.
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