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The best Spanish courses in Marbella
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- Standard of living
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- City for walking
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Marbella is located in the south of Spain and has, in a short period of time, come from being a small fishing and farming town, to an international tourist destination with a mild climate, 11 Golf courses, 26 km of long beautiful beaches, 3 leisure ports and high quality restaurants.
The long historic tradition of Marbella has left many buildings as witnesses to all that has taken place in this land. In regards to places of interest, the city preserves a Roman villa and a castle , also known as the Alcazaba´s Wall dating back to the Muslim era, located in the old town.
Thousands of people from different countries visit Marbella each year, seeking the city´s uniqueness, sun, beaches, relaxed atmosphere , and night life, though its rich history and culture should never be forgotten.
Simply by strolling through its historic area and streets, you will be able to see evidence of the city´s heritage and cultural influences from other civilizations.
The Carnival is one of the most important festivals in Marbella. There is a combination of costume parties, processions, music and festivities in the street.
The Festival aims to connect the Spanish film industry with the international market.
The San Bernabé Fair, which celebrates the Patron of the city, is fun and joy in the purest Marbellero form. During this week, tourists as well as the locals enjoy the charm of some traditional and colourful Andalusian festivities.