All about Yacht Rentals in Marbella
Where better to rent a yacht than the Mediterranean Coast of Marbella? Considered a playground for the rich and famous, yacht rentals are habitual here. The Sierra Blanca Mountains form the perfect backdrop for Marbella’s picturesque landscape, making your sailing destination even more seductive.
27km of golden beach, restaurants and cafes guaranteed to tickle your taste buds, boutiques and shops awaiting your presence, Marbella is just as dreamy ashore as offshore.
Marbella's Harbors and Ports
We have yachts available in all our Marbella Ports: Puerto Deportivo de Marbella, Puerto José Banús, Puerto Pesquero de Estepona and Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola.
Directly on the seafront promenade, Puerto Deportivo de Marbella is the most central Port. The harbor has 337 berths and high-quality facilities.
To the west of Puerto Deportivo de Marbella, Puerto José Banús is the marina of all marina´s boasting 915 berths, some of which hold multiple of the world’s rich and famous’ boats—including the King of Saudi Arabia’s.
Puerto Pesquero de Estepona has berths for 447 boats up to 35m length. The facilities here include a toilet/shower block with water, electricity and wifi available at all berths.
Puerto Deportivo de Fuengirola is to the east of Marbella, holding 226 berths. The harbor services here are complete with water, electricity and wifi.
Climate in Marbella
Although high season is from July to August, charter season in Marbella can start as early as April and generally ends around October. The mediterranean climate is apt for your yacht charter during this period due to its warm temperatures and light breeze weather.
Navigation Routes around Marbella
The Costa de Sol region offers many route options, as its geographical position enables you to explore a multitude areas. Exploring the region from east to west is sure to be a scenic journey with stops in Marbella’s supreme harbors. However, you also have the opportunity to venture out in search of dolphins or even to cross the Mediterranean for a day-trip to Morocco. Additionally, you could make your yacht charter destination Gibraltar and explore the south coast of Spain along the way.
What to do in Marbella
Marbella is a never-ending buzz of restaurants and cafes which endeavor to tickle all taste buds. Boutiques, bars and bistros layer the waterfront and spread further inland behind its distinguished, high-class harbor. The shopping is boundless with artesan markets making an appearance regularly during high season. There is a street market every Sunday in Estepona, which is very popular with both locals and tourists.
The nearby town of Fuengirola is characterized by its medieval castle towering the coast and its beautiful beaches. Bioparc, an animal park (awarded certificate of excellence by tripadvisor) sets the European bar high on the preservation of animal species and respect for nature and wildlife.
How to get to Marbella
The nearest airport to Marbella is Malaga Airport (AGP). AGP has three terminals and you can fly directly to and from the majority of locations in Europe. Getting from Malaga Airport to Marbella can be done by bus, car or taxi. The airport bus to Marbella has a journey duration of 45 minutes and costs approx. €7. The cost of a taxi is €40-50.
Please bear in mind that these calculations have been made from AGP to Marbella city centre. If you are starting your yacht charter in Fuengirola, this journey will be shorter and cheaper.