THE WEATHER IN COSTA DEL SOL: MARBELLA
Marbella is a town which is practically renowned worldwide and is deemed as a town of special importance within Costa del Sol.
It is characterised because it attracts an exquisite type of tourism and has exclusive luxury areas where people with high purchasing power live. The ground of Marbella is much more expensive that the rest of Costa del Sol, especially within “La Milla de Oro” (The Golden Mile).
The weather in Marbella, like the weather in the rest of municipalities along Costa del Sol, is influenced by its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea but with the added factor of being close to the Atlantic Ocean. Its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and to the Mediterranean Sea make the sea temperature in Marbella slightly colder than in the rest of municipalities along Costa del Sol. The average temperature in Marbella is around 19ºC, having warmer summers which can reach up to 40ºC.