Vista Lago wins two awards in this year’s International Property Awards: Best Development and Best Architecture in Spain
Whether it’s for post-festive detox or simply to get a break from traditional cuisines, BRIGHT has picked our top 5 healthy eateries in Marbella.
We explore the Alpujarras in Granada, a stunning cluster of whitewashed villages on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada.
Spain might not be the champion of cheese elites, but it has a few varieties to be proud of internationally. BRIGHT suggests its top-10 selection.
Why not polish up your dancing skills? Here are the top 5 dance studios in the Marbella area.
When it comes to tailor-made villas, Vista Lago has it all. Here are 5 of the most iconic pieces of furniture that show what you can expect at Vista Lago.
A detailed hiking guide to conquer Cruz de Juanar, one of Marbella’s distinctive landmarks at 1,185 metres above sea level
Only a two-hour drive from Marbella, Granada is a historical and cultural gem. BRIGHT offers an all-encompassing summary of its must-sees and must-do’s.
To make sure that you start your day BRIGHTLY, here are a few of our favourite places to ‘break fast’ in Marbella.
We are delighted to announce that Vista Lago is a winner in the prestigious European Property Awards in two categories: Architecture Multiple Residence and Residential Development
We look back at one of the legendary establishments that helped make Marbella what it is today.
Cádiz is home to a millennia-old tuna fishing tradition. BRIGHT offers a selection of the best restaurants for the tuna experience of a lifetime!
Where you are is what you see. Your surroundings, immediate and distant, are a key factor in the desirability of your home.
We take a day trip to Nerja, the picture-postcard town on the eastern border of the Malaga province, known for its stunning promenade, incredible caves and crystal-clear waters.
Despite the effects of the pandemic, summer this year saw Marbella back to its busy best.
Who is choosing to live in Marbella? And from which corners of the globe do they come from?