If you ask the inhabitants of sunny Marbella: What is so special about the beaches in Marbella?; What are the best beaches in Marbella to visit during your holiday?; or Where are the best beaches in Marbella?, we are sure that they will mention all the ones we indicate below.

Here there are not just one or two cool beaches. Oh no, in Marbella, almost every beach is idyllic, which is why this Costa del Sol city has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain both for Spanish visitors and foreign tourism.

The endless beaches full of charm (nothing more and nothing less than 23 beaches along its 17 miles of coastline) and its culture and traditions attract people of all ages looking for a fun and complete tourist experience. But there is a reason why this destination attracts so many visitors throughout the summer: to enjoy its climate and, above all, its beaches, since no other coastal city in Andalusia province has more Blue Flag beaches.

El Alicate beach

El Alicate beach in Marbella is not excessively busy and only every gets half full during the summer. However, its golden sand and clear blue water make it one of the most charming beaches in Marbella: it is visited by those wanting to enjoy a bit of peace and quiet.

El Alicate beach is on the edge of an exclusive estate of the same name. It is home to some celebrities, including Antonio Banderas, who has a house right on this beach.

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Real de Zaragoza beach

Real de Zaragoza beach is long and fairly narrow, but without a doubt one of Marbella’s best. It is a quiet beach with golden sand, perfect for lying down in the sun for some rest and relaxation. Nearby can be found some of Marbella’s most exclusive estates, as well as beach bars and restaurants

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Las Chapas Beach

Las Chapas Beach is the most glamourous beach on the whole of the Costa del Sol, since it is home to a good number of top quality restaurants and establishments and, of course, beach clubs. The places on Las Chapas Beach include the famous Nikki Beach, a fabulous club where you can hear good music and eat the best food while enjoying the best leisure activities. However, this in no way affects its peace and quiet, since while it is one of the most beautiful and best-known beaches in Marbella, it is not usually excessively busy.

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Cabopino Beach

Over time, this beach is becoming better known and more visited by tourists seeking natural beaches; this one runs alongside the protected Artola sand dunes. Despite this beach being very popular, you can always find a secluded spot for yourself.

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Puerto Banús Beach

Puerto Banús Beach is located with its back to Puerto Banús. This pretty beach that looks directly towards the River Verde combines a multitude of attractions, since it is surrounded by all manner of amenities (not for nothing is Puerto Banús the most sophisticated enclave of the Costa del Sol) and the best restaurants, which has led to it enjoying high visitor numbers.

Glamour finds its natural habitat on this beach, just as at its port, and the coolest people from the world of television, both Spanish and international, stroll along its sands and frequent its terraces and shops.

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El Ancón Beach in Marbella

El Ancón Beach in Marbella is found on the Golden Mile, alongside the estate of the same name. It is a beach with a good length and medium width; it doesn’t get excessively busy, although high numbers of people visit during the summer season. Here can also be found Victor’s Beach bar, one of the best known in the municipality.

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Nagüeles beach

Located on the “Golden Mile” alongside Marbella Club, this beach has a newly built seafront promenade and good services, with disabled access. Nagüeles beach is very well known and gets busy during the summer, whereas in winter it is the perfect place for a quiet stroll.

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