Late Deals to Marbella

Marbella holidays are a favourite destination for the rich and famous, once a small fishing village it has now been transformed into an upmarket resort.

Marbella Deals

Last Minute Holidays to Marbella

Marbella is the Spanish equivalent to Monaco and St. Tropez with its upmarket hotels, restaurants and boutiques. A promenade runs along the entire length of the resort perfect for taking a gentle evening stroll and stopping off at one of its many bars and restaurants.

Marbella is home to the famous marina where many luxury cruisers and yachts dock. There are over seventeen miles of golden sandy beaches offering a myriad of water sports. Venus Beach is the most popular with its central location next to the marina just down from the old town, and offers an abundance of water sports including jet skis and water surfing to keep you entertained.

In June the Marbella Feria Festival takes place where the old town is full of marquees, some people dress in traditional flamenco costumes for a week of Spanish themed parties. The highlight of the festival is the fireworks display at Venus beach.Funny Beach’ is very popular with families due to the range of children’s entertainment including a kart track, trampolines and mini motorbikes.

The old quarter of Marbella has rows of whitewashed buildings with flower filled balconies and a maze of narrow streets with authentic local craft shops and traditional tapas bars. Marbella holidays are a shopaholics paradise, offering designers boutiques, high street fashion, shoes shops and even shops dedicated to sunglasses.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Luxurious surroundings at affordable prices

The main town is filled with exclusive restaurants, casinos, and trendy clubs and bars. Many of the bars and clubs hand out free tickets where you could rub shoulders with the rich and famous. The accommodation on holidays in Marbella is very varied from simple self catering, private villas and luxury all inclusive hotels. Marbella is backed by rolling hillsides and beautiful countryside perfect for scenic bike rides and hikes. There are plenty of luxurious private villas that overlook the town taking in the impressive views.

Restaurants vary in Marbella from exclusive upmarket eateries to beach bar restaurants that cater for all purses and tastes. Marbella has plenty of parks and public gardens, La Alamanda park has an abundance of exotic plants and water fountains for you to escape and relax in its serene surroundings. The Parque de a Constitution in located in the town centre where you’ll find a large tranquil park and an open air amphitheatre which is used for plays, concerts and cultural events.

Away from the shops and beach there’s plenty in Marbella to keep you busy. You could hire a luxury car and driver for the day and be treated like royalty. Golf is also a popular activity and there are courses for everyone from novice through to a professional. Holidays to Marbella are available to book at

Places to Visit

Water Sports in Marbella

– With Marbella been so popular for the Yacht’s it is no surprise that water sports here are also in abundance. Try your hand at aqua skipping, agua sphereing, sailing, Dolphin and Whale watching, Jet skiing or wake boarding.

Puerto Banús

– Home to the world’s most expensive yachts and cars parked side by side in the small port, this town is also the place to partake of night life and people watching, or maybe just to enjoy a delicious dinner in one of the many restaurants lining the marina. A designer shoppers dream ts streets are lined with expensive luxury boutiques like Christian Dior, Gucci, Bvlgari, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana.