With temperatures set to soar this weekend to 32ºC, it is difficult to imagine the milder, cooler climes that are perfect for an autumn or winter wedding in Marbella.
There is nothing sassier than a Marbella wedding, and this award-winning resort is one of the most glamorous places to get hitched in the world. Miles of golden beaches, luxurious yachts moored in Puerto Banus, and fabulous restaurants and nightlife make this hotspot of southern Spain a top wedding destination.
The average January temperature in Marbella is 17ºC, but temperatures do reach highs of 25ºC during the late autumn and early winter months.
With an average 320 days a year of sunshine, Marbella on the Costa del Sol is a top autumn and winter sun resort, perfect for a wedding celebration.
The Costa del Sol is sheltered by the mountains of the Sierra Nevada, and Marbella’s microclimate attracts sun seekers from all over the world to its beaches and attractions in the slightly cooler months.
The vast range of things to see and do in the glitzy seaside resorts of Marbella and Puerto Banus make southern Spain a Mecca for visitors wanting to escape the bleak temperatures in northern Europe.
Beach weddings on the Costa del Sol, coupled with a luxury wedding villa in Marbella are among the most popular choice for Europeans who want to tie the knot in style.
Why not rub shoulders with the jet set in Marbella – a beautiful setting for an autumn or winter wedding. Chill out on the beach in Puerto Banus, or relax in one of the many water-side cafés and watch the luxury yachts moor up, and the Ferraris roll by – people watching at its best!
If you are lucky enough to be staying in a luxury Marbella wedding villa, there you will find a vast wealth of things to see and do in the area, all within easy reach. If on the other hand you want to pose around Puerto Banus, hire a Ferrari or a Bentley and live the high life for a day or two.
If you want somewhere special to stay and host your wedding party, book a luxury event villa in Marbella with an infinity pool, stunning sunbathing areas, a private chef and a knowledgeable host who will help you with every last detail.
Marbella Old Town is also well worth a visit. Stroll around the cobbled streets or enjoy a cafelito or some tapas in Orange Square (Plaza de los Naranjos). This is a great place for celebrating while enjoying the winter sunshine.
Malaga is just a 2 hour plane ride away from London, and is easily accessible from all major European airports.
Luxury wedding villas in Marbella
If you are looking for an elegant and luxurious wedding villa in Marbella, why not choose one with stunning interiors, spacious grounds with infinity pool and sunbathing decks, Versace-themed rooms, state-of-the-art audio and TV equipment, large, en-suite bathrooms and a private chef on hand to cater to your every whim?