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Aloha, heart of the Golf Valley in Marbella

November 7, 2011

Aloha, one of the main areas that make up the large, exclusive residential area known as Nueva Andalucía, also finds itself at the heart of what has become known as the Golf Valley. So named because of its concentration of top-level golf courses, this is a part of Marbella characterised by luxurious suburbs interspersed with the greenery of sweeping fairways.

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El Rosario

September 26, 2011

Nestled within the hills above Las Chapas and just east of Marbella, lies El Rosario, an established residential estate of villas. Properties here vary in age and most of them retain their old charm, while others have been fully refurbished to keep up with the times.

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Elviria, in Marbella’s green belt

September 23, 2011

Marbella is one of those places with the rather unique ability to offer more than one location that can be described as offering the best of all worlds. In fact, there are quite a few spots that can make the seemingly contradictory claim to the ideal setting.

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Marbella Hill Club

September 21, 2011

Situated just below the foot slopes of La Concha Mountain, the Marbella Hill Club is the western extension of the exclusive residential areas that run along the base of said mountain. In other words, it lies just west of Sierra Blanca and right below the towering peak of La Concha, overlooking Marbella and the entire coastal region from a perspective that offers an impressive panoramic spectacle.

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Sierra Blanca, surveying Marbella from up high

September 20, 2011

Strictly speaking, the Sierra Blanca is a mountain range that runs parallel to the Mediterranean coast on the Costa del Sol. It runs along the back of Marbella and forms the barrier between this coastal strip and the natural park of the Sierra de las Nieves, a protected mountain area where nature, not mankind, still dominates.

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Marbella chic

September 1, 2011

When it was ‘discovered’ as an idyllic spot on the European map back in the 1950s, and subsequently became the darling of well-to-do visitors from around the world, Marbella was little more than a humble fishing village on Spain’s southern Mediterranean coast.

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