Keep your eyes peeled for the rich and famous in this millionaires playground – that is if you can tear your eyes away from the vast numbers of stunning women who flock to Marbella all year round.
Marbella is all about the nightlife. Head to nearby Puerto Banus where you can start things off in one of the many dock-side restaurants, which can boast some excellent seafood. You will also find more bars, nightclubs and strip clubs than you can shake a stick at – the famous Linekers Bar is a Stag favourite and a good place to start. One word of warning – if you find yourself staring at a giant rhinoceros then you are not hallucinating – it is a three ton Salvador Dali statue gifted to Puerto Banus in 2004! It can be found grazing on the Cristamar roundabout at the entrance to Puerto Banus.
Plenty to do during the day as well – fishing trips are a favourite and watersports like jet-skiing are par for the course. Speaking of golf, if you’ve got clubs you might want to pack them as Marbella has several excellent courses designed by the likes of Seve Ballesteros. If you want to shy away from the tourist areas then take a trip to Marbella’s Old Town which is full of history and still very Spanish.