Marbella’s Best Cities to Purchase a Home

Purchasing a home in Marbella signals the beginning of a new way of life. Whether you are looking for Spanish property for sale, homes under sea view, private property with land, or wish to spend a life outside in the sunlight, Marbella is an excellent choice.

Below are a few cities that will make your investment worth every penny

  • Alicante

Alicante, which translates to “city of lights,” is a popular destination for international home purchasers, ranking first with 43 per cent of all property sales. Palm tree boulevards, magnificent beaches, a pleasant temperature, and a great combination of modern and traditional elements prove too tempting to overlook Marbella’s south-eastern coast.

Foreigners account for 15% of the population, and many live in the Costa Blanca region, which boasts 200 kilometers of sandy beaches and secret coves, as well as a genuine Spanish lifestyle.

Purchasing a home in Alicante allows you to enjoy an active lifestyle, cultural history, delectable local cuisine, and, of course, the weather and wonderful climate. The variety of recreational activities available to accommodate everyone, young and old, is a great draw. Consider 18 world-class golf courses, surfing, jet skiing, and a variety of other water activities.

  • Murcia

Marbella is proving to be a strong challenger for budget and first-time ambition of owning a coastal property just yet; rural inland regions have the lowest costs per square meter.

Murcia, home to the Mar Menor saltwater lake, is one rising location with many future promises. San Pedro del Pinatar and Mil Palmeras are both known for their international buyers, as housing values have yet to equal the boom of pre-2008. Don’t give up; it is just a short walk from sandy beaches and the stunning south-eastern coastline.

  • Valencia

When purchasers come to Marbella, they all want to be near the beach, whether buying a vacation property or planning to retire to Marbella full-time. Doctors agree that fresh air, summer emotions, and those breathtaking sea vistas receding beyond the horizon are ideal for happiness and good health.

The good news is that Marbella’s numerous coastal destinations make living on the beach the norm for most of the year. However, with over 550 blue flag beaches and 5000 miles of coastline to choose from, Valencia is where you should look for a property.

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