Marbella is one of the cities that receives more tourists from all over Spain. The capital of the Costa del Sol is very famous for its legendary beaches, for its constant temperature at almost any time of the year, for its parties and luxury yachts, and for being continuously frequented by all kinds of celebrities.
Although Marbella has grown a lot, it still retains its spirit through classic elements such as the old-fashioned bars, all the interesting things you have to do in Marbella when you visit, and all the history you have to see.
Let’s briefly summarize some of the keys to this city.
You should also try the churros in the Orange Square (Plaza de Los Naranjos) (a tradition there), visit the walls of the Castle (dating from the 11th and 12th centuries), get to know its promenade (a place where sportsmen meet at any time of the year) or discover Dalí in the Avenida del Mar.
The weather in Marbella is one of the many reasons why tourists choose this place to spend their holidays, even to live here.
It is mild most of the year, although the best time to travel is between July and October (not just in summer).
As for the winters, they are usually mild, with an average minimum temperature of 15ºC reached in January. In the other months, the temperature is higher.
If you want to visit the town, and you are going to take a flight, you will be wondering about the closest airports to Marbella.
The closest one is Pablo Ruiz Picasso, which is located about 46 km away. It is only 8km from the city of Malaga.
It is possible to get from Malaga airport to Marbella directly by bus, with a journey time of about 40 minutes.
With this little guide you can start preparing everything you have to do in Marbella, so that you don’t miss anything important.