Spain’s Costa del Sol is probably the best place in Europe to book a luxurious Marbella wedding villa, where you can celebrate your big day in style.
Home to stars and celebrities who have made this stunning holiday destination one of the most famous places to ‘be seen,’ Marbella continues to attract couples who want to get married in elegant and romantic surroundings, close to the Mediterranean.
Marbella enjoys a micro-climate as it is sheltered by the peaks of the Sierra Blanca. This means that when surrounding areas experience cooler, or windier weather, the town is protected from such extremes. With over 320 average days of sunshine each year and some of the best beaches in Spain, Marbella is the perfect place for a wedding.
Luxury event villas and wedding villas in Marbella are among the most sought after in Spain, and the top places to stay are often booked out up to two years in advance. The best wedding villas on the Costa del Sol include a host of services and facilities, including infinity pools, spacious sun bathing decks with luxurious loungers, a private chef, and a friendly host who will give you advice on the best places to eat, drink and be merry in Marbella.
Transfers to and from the airport and all of your catering requirements can be arranged before you arrive to help your Marbella wedding go as smoothly as possible.
The south of Spain offers fine white sandy beaches and clear blue waters, plus average summer temperatures of around 30ºC. Enjoy the facilities and attractions of Marbella and the party town of Puerto Banus, including award-winning nightlife, gourmet restaurants and luxury yacht charters – perfect for a lavish wedding in the sun.
If you fancy a more traditional place to celebrate, Marbella Old Town is an amazing location.
The narrow streets around Orange Square are packed with small shops, art galleries and pavement cafés, where visitors can relax and watch the world go by. As its name suggests, orange trees and tropical plants fill the main square with a burst of colour and blossom, especially in the spring.
A wonderful place to lose yourself, the further you wander up the narrow streets of the Old Town, the better the restaurants seem to get. Choose from delicious fresh fish and seafood, paella, Serrano ham and Manchego cheese, accompanied by a glass of crisp local wine or dry fino sherry.
If you want to indulge in a spot of sightseeing on the Costa del Sol, make the most of the warm weather, don some cool clothes and take to the streets. People-watching in Puerto Banus also comes highly recommended – especially in the Marina area.
If you are looking for somewhere special to get married, celebrate a hen party, organise a corporate event or enjoy an amazing family holiday in the sun, why not book into a luxurious Marbella villa and enjoy top class facilities, stunning weather and a host of award-winning attractions on your doorstep?