The Marbella climate is extremely mild, with average temperatures of around 19°C / 66°F year-round as it stands between the coastline and the Sierra Blanca Mountains. While visiting Marbella you will enjoy an appealing micro-climate, with plenty of sunny weather. Marbella is a major tourist destination and one of the most popular resort cities in Spain because of its sunny weather throughout the year.
Sitting amongst the famous beach resort region of Costa de Sol – famed for its long hours of sunshine, Marbella lies in the south east of Spain upon the Mediterranean Ocean in the Malaga province of the country. Marbella is known to have its own ‘micro-climate,’ playing host to an average temperature of 19º C throughout the year.
In Marbella, summers brings average daily temperatures of mid 20’s, with June being the coolest month of summer and then the temperatures gradually rise, rising in July and August and remaining hot until the end of September. August temperatures are frequently in the mid 30’s. When the wind blows from the sea they bring a pleasant drop in temperatures; the waters themselves are at a very enjoyable 21 degrees.
Autumn, of course, is a cooler time of the year year in Marbella, with November being the rainiest month. Averaging in excess of 100mm of rainfall across the month. Rainfall will sit between about 70 to 90mm until March before dropping off to bare minimums in the summer months.
Winter brings average daily temperatures of mid to high teens in Marbella with approximately just 5 days of rain across the month on average. The sea temperature drops down to 12 degrees. The winters are mild with relatively little precipitation. Many people holidaying in the winter enjoy warm sunshine by day and log fires at night.
Spring is another great time to visit Marbella as the temperatures – lovely and warm but not to hot for those who like a more temperate heat.