Muse Casa Marbella is located in the Andalusia region of Spain, at the point where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean and Europe gives way to Africa in the south of the country. Rich in folklore, Andalusia is renowned for gorgeous beaches, white villages, flamenco, fiestas, toreros and bullfighting that form the very essence of this sunny Iberian country.

It comes as no surprise that such a strategically located and geographically diverse country was subjected to multiple invasions over the centuries. First came the Phoenicians, then the Carthaginians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Visigoths and the Moors, with each group imprinting their unique legacy on the land.

The mountainous region embraces Costa del Sol, a storied coastline with some of the most beautiful cities lying between the Costa del Sol and breathtaking national parks. Málaga, the capital of Costa del Sol and fifth largest city in Spain, is the main point of entry into Andalusia. The Costa de Sol is divided into two sections, with Málaga city at its centre. The eastern coast stretches from the provincial capital as far as Nerja, where it meets the Costa Tropical of Granada province. The western coast curves southwards towards Gibraltar, with patches of charming towns along the way such as Fuengirola, Torremolinos, San Pedro de Alcántara and Marbella.

Another outstanding feature of this coastline is its extraordinary number of golf courses and is often referred to as the Costa del Golf. With stunning mountain and cliff top locations, the golf courses offer spectacular views over the varied landscapes and down to the sea making this a compelling destination for avid golfers as well.

These Mediterranean destinations are some of the most enviable in all of Spain and draw visitors from around the world, especially to Marbella. Sheltered by the slopes of the coastal mountain range, which includes the Bermeja, Palmitera, Real, Blanca and Alpujata sub-ranges, Marbella is bordered on the north by the municipalities of Istán and Ojén, on the northwest by Benahavís, on the west by Estepona and on the northeast by Mijas.

Traverse through the hills along mountain roads, down valleys and gorges, through fir and oak forests in the quest to discover timeless cities. As one jewel to the next is explored against a background of cloudless brilliant blue skies, it is easy to see why Andalusia remains one of the most loved regions of southern Spain.
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