- Large terrace
- Gourmet cuisine
- Urban hotels
This place where the mountains meet the sea is without equal and a unique location for a dream wedding.
Marbella is a land of sun and good food and a haven of peace and tranquillity. Its many recreational options and spectacular scenery make it one of Spain's most famous Andalusian provinces. The city and surrounds enjoy an exceptional climate, with an average annual temperature of around 18.5°C – a perfect place to hold a wedding at any time of year.
Wedding guests can enjoy the landscapes, mountains and beaches of this magnificent area while pursuing one of the many sports on offer, such as padel, golf, hiking, football and quad biking.
Puerto Banús is the quintessential Marbella marina. It was built in 1968 by developer José Banús and has since become one of Spain's best marinas. With over 900 berths for all types of vessels, it is home to restaurants, bars, nightclubs and boutiques, and offers every kind of nautical service.
Home to more than 70 golf courses, the Costa del Sol is Europe's number one golfing destination and is nicknamed the Costa del Golf. This enormous infrastructure is complemented by the region's fantastic climate, enabling golfers to play all year round.
Protected by the Sierra Blanca and its peak La Concha, Marbella is a sun-filled city with a unique climate. The city's streets are full of the flowers, white houses and art that define southern Spain. The old town's narrow streets and numerous plazas give it a special charm. The luxurious Milla de Oro (Golden Mile), Guadalmina and the San Pedro Alcantara area add to the appeal of this attractive city.