Marbella:a jewel by the sea

We want you to discover a unique destination which will undoubtedly be the perfect place to have your treatment and welcome your guests: Marbella. A city connected to tradition and innovation, with one of the most beautiful and best-preserved historical centres in all of Andalusia. A jewel by the sea with a climate that will make your stay a few days that you will never forget.

What does Marbella offer you?

As well as being good for your health, walking through its streets is the only thing that you’ll need to understand the city. You can see the contrasts of Marbella: its old quarter, its extensive golf courses, the best shops, all of which are bordered by sprawling beaches, which are rated the best on the Costa del Sol.


Historic Centre

Playa de Río Real Beach

Puerto Banús Marina

Sierra Blanca Mountains

"La Concha" Mountain

El Torcal Nature Reserve


The traditional gastronomy of the Malaga coast is based on fish, and the many ways of cooking it are the focal point of its gastronomy. But it also has both national and international variety. Remember that innovation and tradition come together in Marbella, even in its cuisine.


Salmorejo (cold soup of tomato and bread)

Ajoblanco (cold soup of bread, crushed almonds and garlic)

Ensalada malagueña (Malaga salad made with potatoes, eggs, orange and fish)


Fritura (fried fish and seafood)

Sardine skewers


Marbella is a clear example of a fusion of cultures. Concerts at the foot of the Moorish walls and museums with works by Picasso, Miró, Tapies or Chillida coexist with Roman archaeological sites. Marbella isn’t just a place for leisure and relaxation, it is also a place for expanding your culture and appreciating fine art.


Engraving Museum

Flamenco Show

Casa del Corregidor

Bonsai Museum

Palacio de Feria Exhibition Hall

Roman Villa

Marbella climate

Protected on its northern fringe by the coastal mountains of the Penibaetic System, the city has a microclimate with average temperatures of 18ºC and over 2,900 hours of sun each year. Natural vitamins for your health and well-being.

How to get to Marbella?
Aeropuerto Pablo Ruiz Picasso – Málaga
Pablo Ruiz Picasso – Malaga Airport
The airport is 54km north-east of the city.

Connections to Marbella

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Estación de Autobuses de Marbella
Marbella Bus Station

Located in the north of the city, the station is the hub for bus arrivals and departures connecting Marbella with the main cities of Andalusia and the rest of Spain.

Estación María Zambrano – Málaga
María Zambrano – Malaga Station

Marbella doesn't have a train station, but Malaga’s station has bus connections that will get you to Marbella in under an hour.

How to get around Marbella?

Please find below various options for getting around Marbella.


It is the simplest way to get around the city, since Marbella has 7 daytime city lines and one night bus.


An affordable alternative to public transport, since a 10-minute journey costs around €10.