On the southern coast of Spain, the Costa del Sol is a truly amazing resort town - Marbella. It is very popular among tourists from all over the world. And this is not surprising, the resort has many advantages - stunning landscapes in the environment, since the pristine nature remained virtually untouched and there are many nature reserves, stunning mountains and azure blue of the Mediterranean Sea, clean beaches awarded with Blue Flags, clean air, not clogged by harmful fumes, eleven months warm and sunny weather reigns in the year and even winters are extremely warm. Marbella offers travelers many opportunities for an unforgettable pastime and is rapidly gaining popularity. In practice, it is proved that in the summer time the population increases almost five times due to the rapid flow of visitors. And many, having been in the town only once, express a serious desire to stay here for a long time.
The Spanish real estate market is filled with a variety of great offers - from luxurious villas and huge mansions with private plots to apartments and penthouses in modern residential complexes. They are equipped with the most innovative, high-tech security systems, video surveillance and alarm systems, and therefore do not have to worry about security and intruder intruders.
According to recent studies, representatives of more than 140 nationalities live in Marbella. Often they create communities among themselves and are based in a certain territory for greater convenience of language communication. Therefore, in different parts of the city there are schools that use a specific language, but they teach others.
Where do different nations live
Marbella is perhaps one of the most international resort cities, because representatives from different countries live in its different surroundings:
- The British - citizens of Great Britain, moving to Spain, are often settled in the exclusive San Pedro or Puerto Banus, as well as the valley of golf - New Andalusia, in particular, the Aloha region. Most live in close proximity to golf courses and clubs, as the British most prefer a quiet pastime and evening meetings with friends in a bar. For them, panoramas from the windows are of great importance, and the view of the mountains and the sea is really beautiful;
- Americans - some prefer Marbella to the ultra-modern United States. They are scattered throughout the coast, often on the second coastline of San Pedro and Nueva Andalucia. More affluent individuals prefer Estepona and quiet Benahavis, while the individual American club is chosen as the place of regular meetings;
- Belgians - although dispersed throughout autonomous Andalusia, they are based most of all in the town of Riviera and gradually move towards Estepona. And meet groups of friends mainly in French restaurants. German-speaking Belgians choose Fuengirola to live;
- French - in most cases, live in the port of Banus, Nueva Andalucia, as well as in modern urban settlements. Of course, there are French clubs on the coastal territory and even a newspaper is published;
- The Scandinavians — Elviria and El Rosario, Atalia and New Alcantara — here are areas where the maximum number of people from northern European countries is concentrated. The Norwegians mostly settle in San Pedro, and the Swedes in urbanization;
- Russians - let the Russian person have somewhat less communication skills, but it is difficult not to notice them in the Sierra Blanca, on the Golden Mile and La Zagalete. Citizens of the Russian Federation are given luxury, luxury vehicles, and huge luxury villas on the coast.
Marbella is a multinational region, and the number of visitors is increasing every year. This has a positive effect on the local real estate market, as the demand for the purchase of housing by representatives of various nationalities is increasing. They are attracted by security and privacy, peace and quiet, opportunities for relaxing or active recreation, as well as truly stunning landscapes.