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Why visit Marbella

Marbella is a popular beach resort for the rich and famous that offers beautiful beaches, a pretty old town and plenty of culture, as well as some lively nightlife. The Costa del Sol’s answer to St Tropez, expect luxury yachts, expensive restaurants and stunning scenery.

Things to do

Aside from the beaches, restaurants and designer boutiques, Marbella has a picturesque and cultural side, starting with its historic Old Town. Wander through its cobbled streets and discover the ancient architecture and you’ll feel miles away from the glitz and glamour. The nearby Parque La Alameda, with its enormous fountain and lush tropical plants, is a great spot to shelter from the afternoon sun. Afterwards, take a stroll along the Avenida del Mar where you can admire a collection of original sculptures by Salvador Dali.

Resort beaches

One of Marbella’s key draws is its huge choice of beaches; the resort has 23 different ones to choose from. Many of the beaches have been awarded Blue Flag status for their clean sands and waters and some are famous for their beach parties and prestigious visitors, such as Nikki Beach. Some of Marbella’s other popular beaches include Playa de Alicate, Cabopino Beach, Playa Fontanilla, Playa Nagüeles.


If you like shopping then there’s no better resort that Marbella, where you will find clothing boutiques, souvenirs shops, jewellery stores and more. While the small shops may close during the afternoon heat, there are plenty of larger shops as well as supermarkets and department stores. The best street for shopping in Marbella is Avenida Ricardo Soriano, which runs through the centre of the town parallel to the beach.

Eating out

Marbella has some top restaurants to choose from for fine dining, including Paco Jiménez (named after its owner and head chef) and La Meridiana which specialises in delicious Mediterranean dishes. Or you can treat your taste buds to a meal at Skina, a Michelin-starred restaurant with an Andalusian inspired menu and fresh seasonal produce.

When to go

The best time to go to Marbella is during the spring, when the weather is warm without being too hot or overbearing. However if you plan to spend a lot of time in the water then a visit during summer, when temperatures reach 30°C, makes the seawater very refreshing!

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