Considered the capital of the western Costa del Sol, Marbella has, without doubt,

enough ingredients to be one of the most important tourist centers in Spain.

Its privileged location, at the foot of Sierra Blanca, on the coast,

provides excellent climatic conditions as well as great scenic beauty.

Its origin dates back to Roman times, of which there are abundant archaeological remains,

in the same way, from the Arab period it conserves two towers and the walls of the Castle; from the Christian era,

in the old town, it conserves the Church of the Incarnation, the House of the Corregidor and the Hospital SJD

But where Marbella really abounds is in the tourist offer of sun and beach: splendid and extensive beaches,

natural areas of interest such as the Cabopino Dunes or the Pinares de las Chapas, marinas, golf courses,

sports clubs and a variety of establishments that justify their fame.

Seven kilometers away is the populous urban center of San Pedro de Alcántara, attached to Marbella,

which was born as a result of the installation of a sugar mill in the year 1860.