With the new decade well and truly welcomed, now is the perfect time to start planning your summer holidays on Spain’s Costa del Sol.
Banish the January blues and start looking forward to long, hot summer days, warm evenings and a wealth of things to see and do in Marbella, Spain.
Whether you are celebrating a special birthday this year or looking for somewhere special to take your family, why not book a luxury Marbella villa with infinity pool, beautiful spacious interiors and even a private chef if required?
The words ‘luxury’ and ‘Marbella’ go hand in hand and Spain’s glitziest resort offers a wealth of romantic, exciting, adventurous and soul-searching things to see and do. From award-winning restaurants to championship golf courses, golden beaches and boat trips where you can get up close and personal with wildlife, Marbella really does have it all.
The Costa del Sol combines great weather – over 325 average days of sunshine each year- with natural landscapes, vibrant nightlife and a host of children’s attractions to keep the whole family happy. If you can drag yourself out of your luxurious Marbella villa, you will be spoilt for choice with a host of attractions on the doorstep.
Planning a wedding or looking for a corporate event villa in Marbella? Choose one with luxurious, spacious rooms, all requirements catered for by an informative host and a great location.
Visitor numbers to the Costa del Sol have increased dramatically over the past few years with a 10% increase of visitors in 2018 and over 1.32 million travellers staying in the region’s hotels in July and August 2019. Marbella is now one of the favourite European destinations to get married, celebrate special occasions, including hen parties, weddings and birthdays and get together with the family for a summer holiday.
Modern facilities, stunning beaches and beautiful inland towns and villages, just a 30-minute drive from Marbella make this one of the most diverse and exciting places to visit in Spain. Malaga city is also within easy reach and is one of the top city-break destinations in Europe. Alternatively, explore the city on a day trip from Marbella – taking in the upmarket Port area, the designers shops that line Calle Larios, or the Picasso Museum nearby. No visit to Malaga is complete without stopping off at the oldest bar in the city, Antigua Casa de Guardia on the Alameda Principal for delicious local wines, served from tapped casks and tapas.
If you are lucky enough to be in Marbella during June, (8th to 14th 2020) make the most of the fabulous Marbella Feria, with live music throughout the streets and an incredible night time fair which rocks on ‘till the early hours. Cultural activities, dancing and drinking also take place in Orange Square in the Old Town and in Parque Alameda in the centre of town!
Marbella really is a destination for all seasons and whether you prefer the searing heat of summer or the milder, yet sunny climes of Spring and Autumn, you will not be disappointed with this vibrant holiday town.