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Marbella Holiday Rental News

This blog brings you information on long-term renting and property sales in and around Marbella, as well as general information about Marbella and the many property opportunities along the coast in Southern Spain. In short, everything you need to know if you are considering renting or buying a property on the Costa del Sol!

  • Be a part of The Skol Marbella's history

    In the heart of Marbella, just minutes from the "Casco Antiguo" - the Old Town - situated right at the seafront, you will find Marbella's most famous holiday apartment complex: The Skol.

    Inaugurated … more

  • Looking for a bit of tranquility on the beach

    Not everybody wants to set up camp on the beach for the whole day, laiden down with inflatables, cool boxes, fishing nets and buckets and spades. There are plenty of beaches where you can do this, of … more

  • Bars and Restaurants for everyone

    Marbella's bars and restaurants are so varied and cater for any budget and occasion. Whether you are travelling alone, as a family with young children, a couple or a group of friends, regardless of … more

  • Best beaches in Europe

    It has to be said, the Costa del Sol still lays claim to some of the best beaches in Europe. Many of which offer toilets, showers and areas with lifeguards. Of course Spain would not be Spain if … more

  • Marbella Fería de San Barnabé

    Every year in June Marbella celebrates their Fería de Verano (summer fair) in honor of the city's patron saint, San Barnabé and commemorate the re-conquest of Marbella by the Catholic Kings in 1485. … more

  • Marbella Golfers' Paradise

    With temperatures on the increase and the occasional shower leaving our Costa del Sol golf courses lush and green, Spring is an ideal time for a short break to Marbella to play a few rounds of … more

  • Must See in Marbella's Old Town

    The Old Town or “Casco Antiguo” of Marbella is a beautiful little haven hidden away from the bustling streets of the modern main street. As you enter the network of little alleys it is like entering … more

  • Walking along the Marbella Promenade

    Marbella promenade, or “Paseo Marítimo”, stretches for 7km from the traditional fishing port to Puerto Banus, a port built in the 1970´s as an exclusive playground for the rich and famous. Today, you … more