Marbella has always been a privileged location for international tourism, due to good connections with European cities, through Malaga airport, one of the busiest in Spain. More specifically, in 2019 it received more than 90 million tourists.

Something that is propitious for the construction of new luxury villas, at the vanguard in terms of design and architecture, which represent great investment opportunities.

Why Marbella?

It is a place where the traditional and the modern coexist perfectly. An ideal location, mixing the best of the sea and the mountains, making it the perfect place for lovers of sports such as golf and sailing.


Puerto Banus Marina, Marbella

Marbella has an extraordinary climate with an average temperature of 19 ° C which makes it a perfect destination all over the year. In addition, it can boast of being one of the regions with more hours of sunshine per year in Europe, in particular it has more than 320 hours of light. This warm climate makes it possible to enjoy the more than 27 kilometers of golden beaches that the coastal city has almost all year round.


Flamenco dancer in Marbella

Marbella is one of the most important places in Andalusia in terms of culture and events. One example is the famous Starlite Festival, a boutique event held every year that hosts important music personalities in an open-air amphitheater with incredible acoustics. It is one of the most important festivals at national level and each year brings together important personalities from various sectors who come to this appointment with culture from different international locations.

On one hand, Marbella is home to museums of great international renown, due to the importance of the works they house. The Museum of Contemporary Art displays the excellent works of Miró, Picasso and several other Spanish artists. The contemporary Sammer Gallery, in Puerto Banús, is one of the largest art galleries in Spain.


Cars in Puerto Banús, Marbella

Marbella’s Golden Mile is one of the most attractive places in the city, for its gastronomic offer and select leisure.  In this area are located several trendy restaurants with live music and an incredible atmosphere.

Marbella has one of the best ports in Europe, Puerto Banús, where the most important luxury yachts in Europe dock, and where you can find the services and boutiques of renowned designers that attract the most exclusive clientele. On the other hand, the city offers the largest concentration of golf courses in Spain, surrounded by luxury hotels such as Los Flamingos Golf, Marbella Club Golf Resort, Santa Clara and La Quinta. Nueva Andalucía offers several prestigious golf courses such as: Los Naranjos Golf, Real Club de Golf Las Brisas, Aloha Golf, among others.

A secure value

The real estate sector has surprisingly recovered its activity after the pandemic, indicators such as transactions or the increase in mortgage signings attest to this.

This fact confirms that housing, and even more so if it is luxury, continues to be a profitable asset to invest in, a safe value. You should bear in mind that:

If your goal is to make a real estate investment, Current prices are conducive to short-term profits. It should be noted that, if that investment is focused on the rental market, which continues to rise, your profits are assured.

Currently, banks are offering low mortgage interest rates.

Right now, buyers are looking for larger homes with larger spaces due to the irruption of teleworking. The offshoring of work worldwide makes Marbella an ideal teleworking destination that provides its inhabitants with one of the best cities to live.

25% of Europeans are thinking of retiring abroad and the South of Spain is among their preferences.

Rising prices

The rising price of the Spanish real estate market and very specifically the area of the Costa del Sol, which is one of the best valued areas for real estate investment. If in the peninsula the increase in the value of homes is between 20% and 30% per year, in Marbella this value remains at the top and sometimes exceeds it. Investments in some areas of the region, such as for example in Malaga city, reach revaluations close to 30% in just one year.