Beaches and Beach Clubs



Playa Fontanilla:

The most famous of Marbella’s inner city beaches. It is within easy walking distance from the centre of Marbella and is a popular destination for those looking to soak up some Spanish sun with no much fuss.

Some water sports and many beach restaurants: La Paella, El Sombrero, Europa, La Red and more fancy one Los Mellizos or Cappuccino by Hotel Melia Don Pepe.

Playa la Venus:

On the West side of the centre just off the yellow marble Avenida del Mar with its Salvador Dali sculptures, it’s also ideal if you do not fancy to move far.

Kids playground and plenty restaurants to choose from:

Pepe El Piloto, Freiduria La Venus, A Levante and the more fancy ones Marisqueria Santiago, Mahiki Beach, Soleo by El Fuerte.

Whichever you choose you’ll have a wonderful meal!

Playa Nagüeles:

Hey don’t come much more exclusive than Playa Nagüeles on Marbella’s Golden Mile, Playa de Nagueles is somewhere that needs to be seen. Stretching West from Marbella town centre you’ll find clear waters, clean sandy beaches and some of the Costa del Sol’s most exclusive names.

Watersport and fancy beach restaurants: Trocadero, La Milla, Chiringuito by Puente Romano and Marbella Club Beach Club.

Playa del Cable:

One of the youngest and coolest places to be in Marbella, stretching East from the fishermen harbour.

If you are looking for a good beach near the centre of Marbella, chilled out music, a relaxed atmosphere and reasonable prices – look no further. Chiringuito Dolce Vita or Beach Club Playa Padre are the places to be and be seen.

Playa de Rio Real:

Five minutes away from Bounty beach you have the beautiful Playa de Rio Real.

Situated right at the beginning of Los Monteros and part of the same extension of beach as Alicate and Costabella. Its another fantastic beach right on Marbella’s doorstep. Bono’s Beach and Ranchon Cubano are not to be missed. Tropical cocktails, live music and lots of parties!!!

Playa de Alicate:

Playa de Alicate is one of Marbella’s most popular beaches.

Long, sandy beaches and all the amenities you could hope for. Alicate beach is a popular choice for residents and holidaymakers alike for its peace and quite. Ideal for kids as very easy to get in and out of water.

Typical Spanish chiringuito here is Los Sardinales with fresh fish open all year long.

Nikki Beach:

Located by Hotel Don Carlos just 10 minutes drive from Marbella centre, Nikki beach needs very little introduction.

Known throughout the World for its prestige, its parties and high rollers.

Champagne, sunsets, beach parties..

Cabopino Beach: 

An increasingly popular place to be and understandably so.

Cabopino beach borders the picturesque Cabopino port and the protected Las Dunas de Artola natural park – you couldn’t hope for a better place to spend the day. Watersport and on the food side you can choose from the typical Spanish chiringuito, to the fancy Alberts, to the Italian or the Indian.

Playa de Levante:

Just before getting to Puerto Banus you’ll find 800 metres of sand opposite one of the most exclusive developments of the area Playa Rocio, full of beach bars and restaurants. This is the quite beach of Puerto Banus, if this is what you fancy.

Playa de Nueva Andalucia:

Starting from Puerto Banus’s exclusive Marina and running westwards are the beaches of Nueva Andalucia. This is where Ocean Club, Buddha Beach and … are located. So definitively the place for pool and beach parties.