Very pleasant flight.
Great staff levels at airports to give any guidance on where to go.
Everything was great
Love Southend airport. So relaxing
Would fly with Norwegian again
A very positive experience!
Excellent apartment. So far so good.
Slight delay in setting off but pilot made up in flight time and landed early
Slept all the way!
The Costa del Sol’s swankier side can be found along Marbella’s 'Golden Mile', where glitzy restaurants, star-studded clubs and luxury hotels are the order of the day and night. Yet, for all the conspicuous consumption gracing its marina at Puerto Banús, there is another side to Marbella. Natural beauty surrounds the resort, care of the graceful Sierra Blanca mountains, and as you stroll past the narrow lanes and bountiful flowerboxes of its old town you are in another world entirely.
Marbella’s exceptionally mild climate makes it a year-round destination. The temperature peaks in the high 20’s – and flight prices likewise peak – during the summer months of June to October.
There are a lot fewer tourists during autumn and winter, so you find it easier to find a bargain flight to Marbella, but some restaurants and attractions do close during this time.
Booking early always gives you the best chance to find a cheap flight to Marbella, but Expedia offers you a number of other ways to search flexibly for a deal.
If you don’t have set dates you can select ‘Show flexible dates’ when your flight results are returned. This allows you to look for the cheapest flights over a period of time.
You can also look for flights from ‘All London airports’ or check departures from ‘Nearby airports’ wherever you are departing from the UK.
The closest airport to Marbella is at Malaga, a 40-minute drive away along the coast.
Which Airlines Fly to Marbella?
Airlines offering direct flights from the UK to Malaga for Marbella include:
After your flight to Marbella lands in Malaga, you can choose to take one of the regular buses that depart for the resort – there is a non-stop option that will get you there the quickest.
You’ll also find plenty of car hire options at the airport – and it’s an easy drive of less than an hour to reach Marbella along the coast.
If there are a few of you to bring down the cost, taxis are a viable option too.
Enjoy the bright lights and luxury pampering available along the ‘Golden Mile’, admire the yachts at the port that are well beyond your bank balance, hike out into the mountains or enjoy the simpler things in life in the attractive old town.
Not many people realise that Marbella is home to an open-air collection of sculptures by Salvador Dali. There are ten bronze artworks dotted along the Avenida del Mar, a spacious boulevard that connects the modern city centre with the Paseo Maritimo.