Outdoor Activities in Marbella Featured

Take a break, and soak up the sun this summer in Marbella.

by LUXOS Editorial

Located in Spain’s Costa del Sol, the city of Marbella is one of the most striking and glamourous tourist attractions in Europe. For all of it’s delightful charm, celebrity residents, and historic sites, this city is also a treasure trove for exciting outdoor adventure. During your stay, catch some sun and get active by exploring Marbella with these five activities.

Golf & Sun

When the first golf course in Marbella was inaugurated in 1959, it was hard to imagine that half a century on, the city would have 15 golf courses and numerous professionals from all over the world attending their greens. If you are an amateur, you will not be able to say no.

MARBELLA DO GOLFMarbella Golf Course

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Sierra Blanca mountain range hike

Leave your beach gear in your suitcase and put your hiking boots on for this adventure. The Sierra Blanca mountain range boasts a unique microclimate in Puerto Banús. If you head to a nature trail you can visit the viewpoints of Corzo and Macho Montés where you will be able to contemplate the best views of the coast and see the Rock of Gibraltar.

MARBELLA DO HIKINGSierra Blanca Mountains

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Stroll through Constitution park

This park is located right in the city centre and it is one of the most visited spots in Marbella. Its great variety of different types of flowers and plants is at its best when the leaves begin to fall and green turns to yellow.


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Cycling along Marbella’s promenade

Get active and discover another side of Marbella by cycling along its seafront. From the east of the city to Puerto Banús the distance is about 13 kilometres. It is highly recommended to do this tour on a sunny day, which allows you to cruise along a less crowded beachfront like Cabopino.


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Sail a yacht in Puerto Banús

Plough through the waves and enjoy the sun by the seaside. Dolphin-watching is one of the privileges of sailing so make the most of the opportunity to see Marbella from the Mediterranean waters on your own or with a skipper.


For more Ideas on Do, Dine and Spend in Marbella, visit our Destinations page.