7 Things to do in Marbella in Summer
Marbella is one of the most interesting cities to see in Spain. With a privileged climate and location, the city attracts tourists all year round. You will not lack things to do in Marbella, a complete city like few others.
1) Stroll through Puerto Banús
Puerto Banús is a place that you definitely have to visit. Built in 1970, you can now stroll through this luxurious marina and enjoy all kinds of luxury yachts, sports cars, and of course, haute couture firms such as Louis Vuitton and Valentino boutiques, where you can buy beautiful high-end bags. Whims that perhaps are not for all pockets.
2) Visit beaches
Marbella addtionally has some magnificent beaches that have a blue flag. To find out which are our favourite beaches, visit our last blog where you can discover and have a swim in the best beaches in Marbella. You can also rent boats and take a calmt and beautiful ride in the sea while you see dolphins and enjoy the fauna.
3) Get to know the Marbelli night
Whether you are young or old if you like to party, don’t miss these nightclubs. There are many to choose from, some we recommend are Olivia Valere, Momento Marbella, and the great Starlite Festival Marbella. Starlite is considered the best boutique festival in Europe. It has been established as the longest lasting festival and in it you can find music, gastronomy, and culture, with international artists such as Enrique Iglesias, Anastacia, Luis Fonsi …
4) Practice all kinds of sports
If you come to Marbella you have to take the opportunity to practice some water sport. How about reserving a kayak? Are you more into paddle surfing, jet skiing? There are many water activities to choose from, undoubtedly one of the most fun plans. You also have other sports like golf, for example. Marbella is one of the most visited destinations in Europe to play golf due to the 22 luxurious golf courses that Marbella has, such as Aloha Golf Club, Los Naranjos and many more. Marbella’s ideal climate also attracts many tourists to play tennis, paddle tennis …
5) Go to beach clubs
Marbella’s climate makes beach clubs very popular. You can enjoy the sea, the sun, and the gastronomy at the same time. Some of them are Nikki Beach, Playa Padre and Ocean Club. These clubs are for those who are looking for a more fun experience at the beach, with DJs and possibly acrobats that will make your visit a unique experience.
6) Gastronomy tour
Marbella and Andalusia are especially known for its excellent gastronomy. You can find everything from haute cuisine restaurants with Michelin stars to small traditional bars. Supper Club Puente Romano, Ta-Kumi, Leña Dani García and Kava are some of the best restaurants for modern food, while if you are looking to eat original Spanish tapas, you can take a tapas tour through the centre of Marbella.
If you like local and international food, one of the best experiences can be had in the Ambrosia market. In the same building you can taste Japanese, Spanish, Thai, Italian food and many more.
7) Get to know the historic centre of Marbella
Finally, touring the historic centre of Marbella is something that we recommend to those who are more interested in culture and history. This area is made up of narrow winding and whitewashed streets, balconies with bougainvillea and colourful geraniums. In this same centre you can find the Plaza de los Naranjos, in front of the Marbella town hall where you can have some traditional churros with chocolate, and you can visit the castle walls of the 11th and 12th centuries, providing a picturesque picture of Marbella.
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