Washed by the Mediterranean and protected by the Sierra Blanca, Marbella enjoys one of the best climates in all of Spain. Temperatures remain at an average of 18°C and rarely fall below 10°C.
With the arrival of winter, the peaks of the nearby Sierra de las Nieves and Sierra Blanca become covered with snow, which makes them a perfect place to experience a winter wonderland before returning to the warmth of Marbella.
With scant rainfall and approximately 3,000 hours of sun per year, it's no wonder that Marbella's climate is one of the city's most attractive features. In fact, the weather of Marbella, along with the city's extraordinary natural beauty, has made it one of the destinations of choice for golfing and equestrian enthusiasts.