Discover Marbella & Puerto Banús

Discover Marbella & Puerto Banús

Visit Marbella

Marbella is one of the most important destinations on the Costa de Sol and one of the favourites for foreign tourists. More and more Spanish tourists are visiting Marbella, no wonder, since the city has 27 Kilometers of beaches most of them with the Q seal of Tourism Quality, a spectacular climate all year and a wide range of gastronomic, cultural, leisure and relaxation options that make Marbella a unique city. Moreover, it has been the first large city in Spain to obtain the sale of safe tourism for its public spaces awared by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE In Spanish).

This city has much more to show you, an old town that is one of the most beautiful in the province, the largest number of golf courses in all Spain, a mountain that surrounds the city in where you can disconnect with nature and a luxury nautical and leisure port known nationally and internationally as Puerto Banus. There are many things that make this municipality a safe place to visit. We leave you some tips to make your trip the best you can imagine. Enjoy Marbella!

What to do in Marbella

How to get there?

Marbella is very well connected by land, air and sea.
By road, you can access by the A-7 Mediterranean Highway and via the AP-7 Costa del Sol Motorway. There is also a bus service connecting Marbella with the main cities of Spain.

Malaga Airport, the third in Spain that receives the more travellers from abroad, is only 59 km away, which makes Marbella one of the preferred destinations for British, French, German and Dutch tourists.

Finally, even if the train does not arrive directly to Marbella, you can travel by railway to Fuengirola or by AVE to María Zambrano station in Malaga and then travel to Marbella by bus or taxi.

Marbella weather

Marbella stands out for having a privileged climate, which make this city a perfect destination to travel. It has more than 320 days of sunshine and no more than 50 days of rain a year, as well as an average annual temperature of 18.5oC.

This is due to the unique geographical location of the municipality which gives it a special microclimate. The mountains that protect Marbella, known as Sierra Blanca, along with the coast, give it a unique climate highly valued by tourists.