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We have 46 reviews of our villas in Marbella.

Family from Strömsholm, Sweden April 2019

It is a spectacular house with an outstanding interior design. Let´s say "kitsch" and that is not ment as criticism. My grown up children just loved it. Absolutely not a "normal" house, but perfect for a celebration. We spent some wonderful days there and we were 19 for dinner one night! We had catering from DeliFreshGo recommended by the owner. They were fantastic! Good food and excellent service by George and Jean. Two dinners and three breakfast that was outstanding! The only thing that was a bit irritating was the neighbours dogs that kept barking a most of the time :-( But overall a fantastic stay in an extraordinary house.

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Rauno L. March 2019

All sides image and functional apartment. Sheltered and comfortable terraces. A neat apartment that was already 17 years old, which was mainly reflected in the wear and tear of some of the furniture and the small sound of air conditioners. The sofa group should be changed. It has sometimes been luxurious and magnificent, but in its present state it is below the other level of the object. The senses of our team sensed the odor of moisture damage? All in all, a really hot and safe destination. Good traffic connections.

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Family from Walsall, United Kingdom August 2018

we stayed here from 01.08.2018-10..08.2018 I can honestly say this is the best villa me and my family have stayed in. It was clean and spacious even when you have three teenagers with you they had space for privacy by playing with the pool table and playing darts in the ground floor living area, pool and surrounding garden was excellent, we couldn't keep the kids out of the pool. Its a 20 minute walk to the beach (just go through the tennis club gates).. There is a super-market bottom of the street and also a small café called Mamas bakery which is amazing. The bus route into Marbella is just in front of the supermarket and is route number 220 which comes every 30 minutes and only costs 1 Euro 20, cross the road and the same bus will take you to Fuengirola for the same price. Just be mindful the villa is on a hill, its fine walking to the beach, shop and bus stop but can be tiring on the leg muscles on the way back up to the villa. I will definitely be looking to book here again, thank you for an amazing holiday in your villa, we had an amazing ten days.

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Family from M3, United Kingdom May 2018

We enjoyed our two week stay,a family of 9 but there wasn't really enough chairs,towels or sun recliners for everyone,the rooms were fine but stairs were a bit dangerous for children, kitchen had only one socket so couldn't use kettle and toaster at same time.Car needed for shopping ,nice sports club 100 metres does nice food and drink but no shops or coffee shops nearby.Recommend for a quiet,relaxing holiday

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Travel guide

Villas in Marbella

Vibrant Marbella is a lively resort city in the Costa del Sol region of Malaga Province in Andalucia, on the southern coast of Spain. This popular party destination is a playground for the rich and famous and the perfect location for a sun-drenched escape in beautiful surroundings. Offering the complete beach holiday experience, Marbella boasts some 27 km of golden sand beaches, a mild Mediterranean climate, Michelin-starred restaurants, a world-class nightlife, luxury shopping brands and some of the best golf courses in the whole of Europe!

Stay in one of our premium villas to experience the full offerings of Spain’s most glamorous resort. From multi-million-pound super yachts to luxury sports cars and upscale bars, the bright lights of Marbella are perfect for those who want to enjoy the high life. But aside from the glitz and the glamour, Marbella still retains a traditional Andalucian charm which can be felt in the atmospheric whitewashed old quarter, with its winding streets, Moorish ramparts and plazas brimming with orange trees and al fresco diners.

If culture and sightseeing is what you’re after, then the Roman baths in San Pedro, or the Moorish palace in Ronda are a must-see, but if you’re like the many partygoing holidaymakers who visit Marbella, you’ll be heading straight to the famous Golden Mile, stretching all the way to neighbouring Puerto Banus. The beating heart of Marbella’s nightlife, let your hair down, mingle and dance the night away, with plenty of clubs, bars and venues to choose from. Bask on the sands of Marbella’s 24 beaches, a paradise of sun lounging and water sports.

The calm waters and nearby wildlife and theme parks are perfect for a fun family day out. End the day with an authentic Spanish dish at the Paseo Maritimo boulevard which stretches along the coast and has plenty of restaurants, cafes and shops with terraces facing out to the beautiful Mediterranean. Whether you're holidaying with a big group of friends, family, or as a couple, Clickstay puts you at the heart of it all. Enjoy the full 5-star Marbella experience and live the life of luxury from one of our spacious villa rentals with private pools.

Key holiday info

  • Marbella is 40 minutes from the nearest Málaga airport which is less than a 3 hour direct flight from the UK and mainland Europe.
  • During the height of summer you can expect the highest daytime temperature to reach 30°C, whilst the winter is colder with daytime highs rarely falling below 12°C.
  • The average summer sea temperature is 24°C.
  • There are 10 golf courses in Marbella area alone and over 50 along the Costa del Sol.
  • Marbella boasts 5 Blue Flag beaches: Guadalmina, Casablanca, Faro, El Cable and Artola.

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in Marbella

Marbella may be known as Spain's playground for the rich and famous, but underneath all the swagger and glamour there is so much more to this beautiful town. It has a wonderful cosmopolitan atmosphere and boasts some beautiful Blue Flag beaches, a pleasant climate, world-class nightlife, upscale restaurants and modern amenities, including plenty of facilities for families. Marbella is easily accessible as well, with a less than 3-hour direct flight from the UK and mainland Europe.

In the heart of the historic old quarter lies the famous Plaza de Naranja; otherwise known as Orange Square, set in a beautiful bay with whitewashed houses and orange trees embellishing its ancient streets. Wander the labyrinth of tiny alleyways surrounding the square, or while away hours visiting the charming independent boutiques, souvenir shops and excellent restaurants. Wander the labyrinth of tiny alleys around the square, or while away the hours at the many charming boutiques, souvenir shops and excellent restaurants.

The town’s jewel, well worth a visit, is the 16th century Church of Our Lady of the Incarnation that stands out as an exquisite piece of architecture. Step back in time with archaeological sites likes the Roman baths of San Pedro, or walk down the 300 steps leading to Casa del Rey Moro fortress and water mine, with the singing birds and lapping water providing a peaceful soundtrack.

Cross the road from the Old Town and you’ll find yourself at La Alameda Park. With a large ceramic fountain surrounded by exotic plants and trees, the park is a true oasis of peace, where you can enjoy some shade from the midday sun. Marbella has plenty to see and do, from the upscale restaurants and shops dotted along the Paseo Maritimo boulevard, to the lively port promenade where you can sip your favourite drink at one of the many luxury bars, while watching the world go by. Or escape the main hustle and bustle and venture out of town to neighbouring Puerto Banus with its impressive marina. 

Art lovers might appreciate a visit to Avenida del Mar, exhibiting Dalí's sculptures and temporary art and media. If that's not enough, then get your cultural fix at the Spanish Contemporary Engraving Museum in the Hospital Bazán - the most important museum of its kind and home to the exhibitions of engravings and art works from national artists such as Picasso and Miró.

With a 27km-long coastline, Marbella boasts 24 different beaches, many of which have received the prestigious Blue Flag Award over the years. From Capobino to San Pedro Alcantara, take your pick and relax! With an abundance of water sports facilities, stretches of golden sand and azure calm waters, Marbella's beaches are a perfect base to chill out, spend time with family, exercise, or party from dusk til dawn. Among the most popular are: Capobino, Nueva Andalucia, Alicate, Puerto Banús, Artola, Fontanilla and Nikki beach.

Did you know...

  • A former mosque, Ermita de Santiago in the centre of Marbella was later transformed into a small church - the oldest one in Marbella!
  • Marbella's Bonsai Museum is one of the best in Europe, housing a wonderful collection of exotic Bonsai trees from all over the world.
  • Selwo Marina is a small marine park, 30 minutes from Marbella. It is the only park of its kind in Andalusia.
  • Have a laugh with friends at Funny Beach, an amusement park just outside of Marbella, with go karts, parasailing, water scooters and a restaurant bar!
  • The Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park, approx. 1 hour away, was declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1995.

Discover Marbella

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Marbella and what to do on your holiday in Marbella.

The official playground of the rich and famous, Marbella is without a doubt Spain's most glamorous resort. With lively beach-bars, restaurants, nightlife and shops, it surely seems the perfect destination for your most stylish beach holiday yet. But we've got news for you. Here's why you should NEVER go to Marbella...

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Marbella has a mild climate all year round, which means that most people spend much of their lives on the street. There is a deeply-rooted bar culture which means locals head to the bars most evenings to meet up with friends. Almost all bars have outdoor terraces from morning until night, so you'll find people in bars at any time of day, summer or winter. These are some of the most popular bars in Marbella, most of them do fantastic food too...

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Spain’s most glamorous resort, Marbella is a place where archetypal Spanish sun, sea and sand holidays meet elegance and tradition. Associated with celebrities, Ferraris and multi-million pound superyachts, Marbella remains a stylish and charming town full of character. Here are 11 reasons you need to visit...

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If you’re tuned into the hype that surrounds reality television shows such as The Only Way is Essex you’ll have more than likely made the presumption that the beautiful city of Marbella is nothing more than a luxurious playground for celebrities and rich folk. However, this is far from the truth. Whilst certain areas are fuelled by opulence and expensive champagnes, others boast a true Spanish experience; one that can be had by everyone.

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