Marbella is a resort city in the Costa del Sol region of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. It is famous for its sandy beaches on the Mediterranean coast with a total length of about 27 kilometers and the nearby Sierra Blanca mountains. Villas and hotels were built in the city and golf courses were laid out. To the west of Marbella, there is the Golden Mile Embankment with chic nightclubs and mansions. It leads to the marina Puerto Banus, next to which luxury boutiques and bars await tourists. The population of the city is 145,000 people.