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‘The Sun Coast’ as it is aptly named, has average temperatures of 18°C and over 300 days of wonderful sunshine per year, so it is easy to see why the Costa del Sol is one of Europe’s top holiday destinations.

Marbella - The Sun Coast

With around 70 golf courses to boast of, the “Costa del Golf” is a golfers paradise, but there is so much to do for all the family with an endless list of activities ranging from sailing, scuba diving, horse riding and dolphin safaris to name but a few.

The miles and miles of beautiful beaches and coastline are a sight to see, and the many hundreds of wonderful restaurants and bars provide the perfect selection of the most amazing foods and cocktails, with the world famous Spanish seafood cuisines an absolute must to taste.

And there can be no finer place on earth to enjoy such incredible nightlife, with a whole host of famous celebrities choosing the glamorous nightclubs of the Costa del Sol to see them through to the morning!


Marbella’s motto is “a way of life”. If you are looking for a holiday that offers the most stunning beaches and wonderful all-year round climate, unique leisure facilities and great entertainment, then Marbella’s way of life will enchant you.

Costa Del Sol

The Marbella coastline stretches from Cabopino through to San Pedro de Alcantara, 26 kilometers of golden sand beaches and a wonderful calm Mediterranean sea.

Marbella town’s beaches are well equipped with water sports facilities, as well as beach restaurants cooking sardines on the spit.

Funny beach, just outside of Marbella, is an amusement park on the beach, with go karts, parasailing, water scooters and a restaurant bar.

As Spain’s most visited city, Marbella is also renowned for its rich and famous residents. And underneath all the swagger, also boasts the most cosmopolitan atmosphere.

In the stunning Plaza de Naranja ‘Orange Square’, you can wind down, enjoy eating in the trendy restaurants, sip sangria and take in the amazing surroundings, then visit the charming boutiques and gift stores.

Cross the road from the Old Town and you will find yourself in La Alameda Park, filled with incredible exotic plants and trees, leading down to an open art exhibition area, showing off the permanent Dali sculptures and temporary art and media exhibitions during the year.

Down from the park is the Paseo Maritimo (Promenade), a hot favourite destination for locals and visitors. The boulevard is filled with restaurants serving a whole range of delicacies from around the world, with terraces overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean sea.

Puerto Banus

Puerto Banus

Puerto Banus is Marbella and the Costa del Sol’s most prestigious marina, world famous for its incredible mega yachts and supercars, along with its glamorous choice of boutique shopping, with all the top designer brand names on show.

With so many great restaurants and bars to choose from, you can enjoy wonderful food and drinks whilst admiring the endless stream of Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s and Bentley’s that pass by.

And with Puerto Banus located just 6 miles west of Marbella centre, you can enjoy the most wonderful walk along the Golden Mile – between Marbella and Puerto Banus – taking in the stunning scenery along the sea front.

Wonderful Spanish Cuisine

Spanish Cuisine Spain is famous the world over for its huge selection of spectacular and exotic dishes, from traditional tapas to mouth watering seafood paella.

If you love fish, then you couldn’t have chosen a better destination to visit than beautiful Marbella, with its endless variety of fish dishes, served in restaurants from the stunning Old Town to the wonderful beach fronts, overlooking the Mediterranean sea.

You really will be spoilt for choice at meal times in the sunny Costa del Sol, as a whole range of foods from across the world along with cultural Catalan cuisine will keep your taste buds completely satisfied.