Marbella on the Spanish Costa Del Sol is known for it’s bustling town and glamorous feel With golf courses that will appeal to any serious golf player and golden beaches that will appeal to any sun lover. Marbella offers a high class holiday filled with relaxation and fun.

From luxury hotels to attractive marinas Marbella offers a cosmopolitan holiday filled with cultural experiences that have a touch of home. Good restaurants and night clubs ensure that this resort stays alive long after the sun has set.

Marbella is the destination for the holiday maker that takes their enjoyment seriously, from sport to spa treatments Marbella offers the holiday experience of a lifetime.

Unfortunately Marbella isn’t known for it’s budget prices but if you look around or travel slightly out of the peak season there are good prices to be had. One complex that offers good value all year round is the Senorio De Alstia. Known for it’s clean and spacious apartments this large complex is close to both the port and the vibrant nightlife.

Try the traditional La Villa Marbella for a warm and traditional welcome. Small and intimate this old town hotel is consistently rated far beyond it’s official rating by travellers who have passed through it’s doors. The attention to detail and friendly helpful staff make this hotel both charming and quaint. Quiet enough to allow for a restful break the hotel is situated close enough to the lively area of town to ensure that fun is just on the doorstep.

For luxury and unique style the Marbella Heights Boutique Hotel is unrivalled. It’s hilltop position commands amazing views over the port and coast. The trip out of the town and into the hills is worthwhile for the staggering views. High class furnishings and comfortable surroundings make this family run hotel one not to miss.

Spain is known for it’s honest well cooked food and nowhere more so than the coastal regions specialising in many varieties of fish and seafood. Try freshly caught fish simply grilled to appreciate the wonderful taste of simplicity. Experience the magic of Spanish Tapas as you watch the sun set over the marina.

The coastal promenade of Marbella has a good selection of restaurants with many excellent places to eat also found in the old part of town.Santiago Restaurant on Avenida Duque De Ahumada is well established and serves excellent traditional Spanish dishes based around the local seafood. The beach front location only adds to the ambience.

If you are looking for celebrities then look no further than Beckitts on Calle Camilo José Cela. Trendy and exclusive this high end restaurant is the place to see and be seen. For that truly Spanish experience try Tapas at La Venencia De Los Olivos. Reasonably priced with a great selection of locally sourced tapas dishes this friendly tapas bar is the ideal way to sample the best of the region.

Visit historical Seville, just a short distance away this beautiful city offers culture and beauty. Visit the worlds largest Cathedral where the tomb that claims to hold the bones of Christopher Columbus lies. Filled with museums, galleries and beautiful architecture Seville is deservedly applauded as one of the most attractive of the Spanish cities.

Take a night tour, visit some of the best bars that Marbella has to offer and then watch a Flamenco show, this traditional Spanish dance will enthral and mesmerise you with it’s colour and it’s passion. No trip to Marbella would be complete without sampling at least one of the regions magnificent golf courses. The local golf and country club is said to have one the most challenging courses in Europe making it worth a visit for even the best of golf player. The region is not only known for it’s well kept greens but for it’s nineteenth hole hospitality. Golf isn’t just a sport here, it’s a way of life.

With over 300 days of sunshine Marbella is a perfect year round destination. Winter sun is easily come by but the evenings can become cool and rain is possible.

Visiting during the summer season is a guarantee of good weather and sunshine, with the slightest of sea breezes giving respite from the blistering sun.