Marbella is renowned for its privileged location on the Costa del Sol. It is a cosmopolitan city home to more than 100 different nationalities. Marbella boasts the facilities of a large city, whilst retaining the charm of a small Andalusian town on the Mediterranean coast.
Marbella is one of Costa del Sol’s most reputable destinations, with an enviable average temperature of 19 ºC and more than 300 days of sunshine a year. This microclimate can be attributed to the Sierra Blanca mountains that skirt the city, protecting it against cold winds in winter and keeping temperatures down in summer.
One of the best places in Europe to sample Mediterranean cuisine. Home to hundreds of top-quality restaurants serving a wide range of national and international dishes. In Marbella, visitors can dine at four Michelin-starred restaurants: El Lago, Skina, Messina and Dani García. What’s more, there are countless restaurants and bars where you can sample local cuisine, such as Andalusian tapas and the famous “pescaíto” (little fried dish) for which the region is well known.
There’s no chance of being bored during your visit to Marbella, thanks to the wide range of leisure options on offer. From a pleasant, relaxing horseback ride in the centre, to a fun-filled excursion to the city’s highest peak, La Concha. Alternatively, hire a jet ski, partake in a little paddle surfing, play beach volleyball, have a blast paintballing with friends or enjoy the range of sports on offer in the city, such as tennis, paddle tennis and golf. Marbella is home to the largest shopping centre in Andalusia, La Cañada, with international brands, restaurants and a cinema.
And to enjoy Marbella’s famous night life, discover the clubs in the marina, the bars in Puerto Banús and San Pedro de Alcántara and nightspots like Olivia Valère, Suite or Funky Buddha, where internationally renowned DJs often play.
The best cultural options that the tourism capital of the Costa del Sol are also waiting for you. Museums like El Grabado or El Bonsai will allow you to enjoy Andalusian culture in its purest form. Marbella is also home to a local theatre, hosting both national and international works. Furthermore, the city plays host to the Starlite Festival each summer, with concerts, parties and an artistic programme in a spectacular setting at the foot of the city’s mountain.
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