Marbella is the city of southern Spain with a population of more than 100,000 people, with the best air quality and minimum pollution, being the cleanest city in the province of Andalusia.
The Advisor responsible for innovation Baldomero León published on August 23, 2019 the data of the Arco weather station in the follow-up of the report published by the Junta de Andalucía of 2018.
Leon’s findings are confirmed by Javier Ruiz, a specialist in the Territorial Information System “These data are verified indicators that guarantee that the air quality in the municipality of Marbella is very good due to its geographical location and rich flora“.
Marbella has been named the city with the best air quality in the Iberian Peninsula
He stand out that in a study prepared by the World Health Organization in 2015, Marbella was named the city with the best air quality in the Iberian Peninsula. In addition to the ranking of the European Environment Agency, Marbella occupies the place of the greenest city in Spain and the second in Europe.
The section of the report on monitoring and air quality in Andalusia for 2018 was prepared based on data from 88 stations. A comparison was made between municipalities with a population of more than 100,000 people. By highlighting the parameters of ozone and sulfur dioxide in this report, official studies believe that they are the two most dangerous gases for the environment and are directly related to the cardiovascular diseases of the population.
The second city with minimal toxic emissions
In addition to this, the innovation specialist drew attention to the fact that there is no increase in solar radiation in Marbella. According to the results of the daily observations of eight hours obtained in 2018, Marbella ranks first among the municipalities with the best air quality in this parameter.
In conclusion of the research data of recent years: Marbella is an extremely pleasant and healthy place for a long stay.