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Vacation rentals in Marbella

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Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 2 beds · 1.5 baths

APARTMENT NEAR THE BEACHApartment in the area of Mijas Costa, sea view, pool and gardens.

Duplex with Panoramic Sea Views and Balcony
Entire rental unit · 4 guests · 3 beds · 1.5 baths

Duplex with Panoramic Sea Views and BalconyBright duplex with excellent panoramic sea views from both floors of the apartment. The apartment is located in the Skol Building, one of the most emblematic buildings in Marbella, located on the beachfront and less than 10 minutes walk from the Old Town. This modern air-conditioned apartment features a lounge/dining room, furnished terrace with gas BBQ, fully equipped kitchen, toilet, full bathroom with bathtub and one bedroom.

Cosy apartment with stunning views
Entire loft · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Cosy apartment with stunning viewsAmple and cosy 60m2 apartment in one of the most picturesque and beautiful villages of the Costa del Sol, #Benahavis. Amplío y acogedor apartamento tipo loft de 60m2 en uno de los pueblos más pintorescos y bonitos de la Costa del Sol. #Benahavis.

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Popular amenities for Marbella vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Sea view, top location
G$24,605 per night
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Double En-Suite Apartment in Marbella
G$50,266 per night
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Apartment Design Marbella, Design near Puerto Banus and for Four people
G$27,277 per night
  1. Entire guest suite
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Green studio 150m TO THE BEACH, BBQ, seawater pool
G$29,684 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Marbella
Brand New Skandinavia Penthouse * 5min From Beach
G$47,207 per night
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  2. Marbella
Beautiful studio w/scenic ocean views
G$23,550 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
  2. Mijas
The Medina del Zoco Suite ( Sol Aticos)
G$14,763 per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Marbella
Mini Motel at Los Naranjos Golf Club
G$13,533 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
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First line, sea view. Beautiful apartment.
G$45,694 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. San Pedro Alcántara
Apartment 15 mn from the beach and 100m from the center
G$19,438 per night
  1. Entire loft
  2. Marbella
Marbella Loft near the beach
G$19,684 per night
  1. Entire loft
  2. San Pedro Alcántara
Modern and spacious loft in Marbella
G$14,411 per night

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Your guide to Marbella

Welcome to Marbella

Marbella embodies the essence of Spain’s renowned Costa del Sol, with 17 miles of shoreline luring sunseekers to its azure Mediterranean waters, as it boasts 320 days of sunshine a year. The sea is a way of life here, with four marinas, including the popular Puerto Banús. But there are just as many treasures on land, all doused with Andalusian flavors, represented in its whitewashed architecture and orange trees aplenty: It’s no wonder that the historic area is anchored by Plaza de Los Naranjos, or Orange Square, dating from the Renaissance era. Also within the winding streets of Old Town, which sits in the Sierra Blanca’s foothills, are preserved sections of Islamic walls and towers that formed the ninth-century Arab fortress. But above all, Marbella just has that sense of elevated living, drawing celebrities, culture seekers, and beach lovers alike.

How do I get around Marbella?

Fly into the area’s Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP), just over a half-hour drive northeast along the coast to the northwest from Marbella. Rental cars, cabs, buses, and rideshares are all available to make the trip. Alternatively, Gibraltar International Airport (GIB) is located about an hour’s drive to the southwest. Trains run to Fuengirola, a 30-minute drive away, and Malaga, about 40 minutes away. Ferries also serve the marinas. Once you’re in the area, a car is the most recommended form of transportation, though there’s also a bus system and plenty of cabs available, whether you wave them down or book in advance. However, in central areas such as the Old Quarter Marbella and Avenida del Mar, it may be easiest to get around carless, since the main landmarks and beaches are all fairly close together.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Marbella?

Of course everyone wants to be at the Spanish Mediterranean destination in the summer when the beach weather is idyllic, but that also makes May through August the busiest period, with higher prices and heavier crowds. April, September, and November may feel more manageable and the water temperatures are still suitable for a swim. The winter temperatures dip low enough that it’s simply too cold to get into the water, but the land temperatures remain moderate enough for exploration by day. The major annual festivals include the Marbella Carnival in February, Festivities of San Bernabé in June, Virgen del Carmen in July, and San Pedro Alántara Fair in October.

What are the top things to do in Marbella?


The famous blue waters of the Spanish Mediterranean draw visitors to the golden sands — and with two dozen beaches lined along the city’s southern coast, there’s no shortage of choices. Artola-Cabopino Beach within the Dunas de Artola nature preserve offers a relaxed landscape among the dunes, while Playa de la Bajadilla, Playa de Rio Real, and Playa de Venus are closer to the action in the city center.

Marbella Old Town

Wander the charming streets of the historic city center, where ruins of the area’s Roman, Arabic, and Christian pasts are all preserved. Highlights include the Arabic Castel’s ruins, the Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation, and Orange Square. Also make sure to wander down Avenida del Mar, which has fountains, gardens, pergolas, and 10 sculptures by Salvador Dalí along its route.

Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving

Housed inside the 16th-century Renaissance-style former Bazán Hospital, the museum’s collection of more than 4,000 prints includes works by all the Spanish masters.

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