One of the key attractions of Marbella is its climate, considered to be the sunniest in Europe, and the factor that makes the area’s famous outdoor lifestyle a reality. But how do you make sure your Marbella property is set up to make the most of its outdoor living spaces?
If Marbella was previously above all a favoured place for affluent people to visit and retire, it has now become one of the most hotly desired lifestyle destinations for families with good net worth. In this article we look at the reasons for this latest trend.
More and more of the people buying properties in Marbella use them not only as holiday homes or for extended stays, but have actually chosen to relocate here permanently. This trend has been growing for some time, with the advance of modern technologies and telecommunications that have made it possible to work remotely. Since the pandemic experience it has truly taken off, and a growing number of people are now making the most of the opportunity to work from Marbella and enjoy its quality of life.
With so many different properties and residential areas, it’s not always easy to find the Marbella property for sale that you’ve been picturing in your mind, so it is good to use some techniques that will help with the search.
The Costa del Sol has been popular with visitors and homebuyers since the 1960s, and as a property market has experienced the expected cyclical ups and down, but one thing that has remained consistent – actually even grown considerably over the years – is the attraction of this region as a lifestyle destination.
In addition to its many other attractions and amenities, Marbella has over the past two decades gradually established itself as a centre of fine dining that covers a world of cuisines and offers a marvellous blend of creativity and tradition in hotspots such as the Golden Mile, Puerto Banús and the historic quarter.