Marbella is a cosmopolitan Spanish town located in the beautiful and vibrant area of the Costa del Sol in the Malaga Province, just a 30-minutes from Málaga's international airport and 40-minute from Gibraltar Airport. It is a luxurious resort town and a popular vacation spot for the rich and famous, as well as many ordinary folks who are willing to pay just a little bit extra. It is home to well-known and famous international artists such as Antonio Banderas & Melanie Griffith, Rod Stewart, Julio Iglesias, etc. With over 200,000 visitors each year, it is one of Spain's main tourist destinations.

Its mild Mediterranean climate offers many sunny days, perfect for the beach. From Guadalalmina to Cabopino, the Marbella coastline stretches along some 27 kilometers of 24 sunny Mediterranean beaches where you can enjoy traditional fish and seafood favorites like sardines on a spit, fried fish and the incomparable paella. Marbella possesses a rich and varied gastronomy. Try local dishes such as, "Gazpacho, "Pescaíto frito & Marisco", tasty and filling tapas, Serrano smoked ham, and delightful wines of "Jerez & Manzanilla" as well as, the very famous "Sangría".

  The town has a modern Arab flavor with narrow streets, lined with whitewashed buildings. Its narrow back streets feature homes and shops intermingled, creating the atmosphere of a small village instead of a cosmopolitan town. One of the prettiest places is the fabled 'Orange Square' (La Plaza de los Naranjos), which is located in the Old Town or 'Casco Antiguo' still partially surrounded by the ruins of an old Arab wall. The square dates back to 1485 and is dominated by three buildings of historic interest - the Town Hall, built in 1568, the Baroque style church of St Mary built in 1618 and restored after the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39, and the old Governor's House dating back to 1552. Here, you'll find tall trees, exotic tropical plants, stately buildings, small shops, art galleries, bars and bistros.

Towards the coast is the La Alameda Park where you can hire a horse and carriage or, stroll  towards the sea along the Avenida del Mar. There are several newly built fountains and thousands of trees grace the seaside promenade. This promenade is arguably one of the most delightful on the Costa, it is flanked by classy restaurants and bars.

Marbella has got excellent sporting activities, such as, world-class tennis, jet-skiing, balloon flights, cable skiing, sailing, windsurfing, horse riding, tennis, hang-gliding, volleyball, etc and it is only two hours way from the ski resort in Granada. It is also well known for being golfers' paradise, with its more than fifteen golf courses featuring modern facilities of the highest quality. There are also three pleasure craft harbors here. 

  Along the coast just south of Marbella is the jet-set resort of Puerto Banus (a small port full of yachts and expensive sailboats). It is the ultimate in coastal charisma. This is the place to be pampered yacht side, relax and watch the world go by. This growing port has a casino,  commercial shopping center, El Corte Ingles department store, marine observatory and a multi cinema with films shown in their original soundtrack. Its promenade is lined with restaurants, bars, outdoor cafes, arts-and-crafts stores and world-renowned fashion houses and boutiques.

The nightlife is buzzing here with alfresco bars, piano clubs, casino, multi cinema and discos that are open dusk until dawn. Puerto Banús plays host to an array of the most exclusive venues.

Marbella boasts a wide array of nightlife, with the famous "Golden Mile", illuminated with a glittering tiara of star-studded restaurants, street cafes, discos and nightclubs. The many swanky restaurants offer local dishes and international cuisine, such as, Lebanese, Thai, Polynesian, Greek, French, Italian, Moroccan, and Japanese. 

  All over town, you can pick from a huge range of spots for all night entertainment. There are sophisticated piano bars, flamenco shows, live cabaret, rock music, karaoke and some excellent discos. The Old Town of Marbella is a hub of activity day and night. It is a great area for a bar crawl.  
  There is much to see and enjoy here, whether day or night. Just enough to keep you entertained around the clock.  
  School Facilities  

Spanish Language Centre: is located in one of the most emblematic and commercial area of Marbella. Situated in the very center of the city, 5 minute from the beach. It is also easily  accessible by bus. The school is situated on the top floor of a 3 story building. There is a very large and sunny terrace of about 1.000 m2 with wonderful views to the city and the sea, where students may take their Spanish lessons (especially in the summer months). It housed 8 bright classrooms, a very large reception area, common room with snack and refreshment machine, computer room with internet access, audio-visual room, etc. The rooms are all equipped with air conditioning and heating facilities.






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