- a seaport in S Spain, on the Mediterranean: resort center.
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What do you make it--twelve leagues from Marbella to the Rock?
Marbella stands slightly elevated above the sea, and its turreted walls and narrow streets declare it to be thoroughly Moorish.
They were soon back opposite Marbella, the lights of which he could clearly make out.
A box of fruit from Marbella is always welcome, for their flavour is considered excellent.
The mountains are rich in minerals, lead, and (in the neighbourhood of Marbella) iron, being obtained in large quantities.
- a coastal resort in S Spain, on the Costa del Sol. Pop: 100 000 (2004 est)
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