Posts tagged “Puerto Banus”

How was the weather in the first week of December where you live? Here in Marbella, the sun was shining, the skies were a gorgeous clear blue and we could see all the way to the coast of Africa, the Spanish enclave of Ceuta and Gibraltar too. Shirtsleeves and even shorts were in evidence as many people, locals and visitors alike, enjoyed the re-energising warmth of the sun as they strolled along the beautiful promenade with their family and friends. With the temperature in the low 20s Centigrade, this was close-to-perfect outdoor living. Leisurely walking or more active skating & cycling, chatting and laughing with those who are close to them, dining and drinking, perusing the many local shops or just chilling on the beach! 

Marbella's wide promenade and its lovely sandy beach are a wonderful place to be at any time of the year. December however is particularly special as hopefully these photos will show! 

Marbella promenade - December 2018 
Marbella promenade - December 2018 

As well as the regular and very popular Saturday morning general market in Puerto Banus, close to the old Bull Ring, there is also the lovely Artisan Summer Market that is open every evening from the end of June through to the end of August. Located on the large Plaza Antonio Banderas, the tented village is a great place to wander round with all of the family on warm summer evenings, soaking up the relaxed atmosphere amongst the numerous craft stalls, cascading fountains, street entertainment, outdoor arcade and nearby bars and restaurants. 

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