For starters, the town boasts more than 300 days of sunshine and deep blue, cloudless Mediterranean skies each year. In addition, Marbella offers a microclimate with an average temperature of 19ºC, ensuring that you will be getting more than enough depression-busting Vitamin D, which is more than can be said for our neighbours in Northern Europe. With this in mind, you can hit the Paseo Maritimo on Marbella’s seafront for a stroll, lay on the beach to soak up some winter sun or use the outdoor gym equipment dotted between the historic centre and Puerto Banús.
It’s not difficult to see why people like buying properties in Marbella, but here are ten of the main reasons why it consistently ranks at the top.
Residents of the Costa del Sol can often be heard chatting about the microclimate that affects Marbella and ensures its year-round mild and temperate weather. This unusual weather pattern, which keeps wind to a minimum and protects the town from extreme climatic highs and lows is created by the Sierra Blanca.