Combining laid-back décor with immersive wellbeing facilities and direct access to the Holistic Studio next door, the versatile single-floor layout includes a spacious living area, five bedrooms, which can convert to treatment rooms, and an expansive kitchen area ideal for cooking demonstrations and interactive discussions.
Rincón del Mar is also available to book for families or groups of friends looking for private wellness holidays, where guests can either replicate one of our existing Wellness Retreats at leisure or build their own retreat with the resort’s expert wellness team.
For larger parties, Rincón del Mar can connect with Villa del Mar, Marbella Club’s adjacent six-bedroom, palatial-style beachfront villa, featuring a Jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, gym and outdoor cooking facilities. 700m2, sleeps 10, 2 king, 3 twin
The ultimate holiday villa with an artisan touch
Take a blissful afternoon nap on the porch swing, gather your family for a midday barbecue in the garden or hold an all-night movie marathon in the cinema room.
Just steps away from the promenade and the beach and decked in warm neutrals, Villa Añil is replete with a spa area and considered corners for both individual and family time. 1200m2, sleeps 10, 2 King, 3 Twin beds
A timeless treasure of art and splendour
Resplendent Villa del Mar is the beachfront jewel in the crown. Be enticed by the traditional Andalusian patios with hand-painted ceramics and whispering fountains. Its grand living areas with modern flourishes and eclectic art collection, mature gardens and sea-facing terraces, are the ultimate paradise for entertaining and celebration. 6000 sq. m, sleeps 12, 5 king & 1 twin beds
ABOUT MARBELLA’S GOLDEN MILE
For more than a million years, distinct cultures and traditions have been formed on the Iberian Peninsula. The imposing Pyrenees Mountains separates the region from France, and the history and culture has evolved to create different styles of flavourful food and wine, and unique art. This week we explore villas on the Spanish mainland and Portugal – the picturesque peninsula.
One of the most well-known beach resorts in Spain, and particularly popular with British, Swedish, and the Middle Eastern visitors especially in the summer. Marbella is a vibrant coastal town with a large number of sandy beaches, a charming Old Town and some exciting nightlife. Golf is the most popular activity on land after boating and nightlife. Sun is in abundance and works well in the winter as those sunny days refill one with Vitamin-D. Parts of Marbella are as local and authentic as most of Spain yet other parts resemble St Tropez or Ibiza. The long stretches of beaches allow for those lazy walks early morning or late evenings and the afternoons are best spent in Spas or immersed in the chilly pools.
A short 45min drive from Malaga’s international airport it is well situated between cultural Malaga and sporty Sotogrande where golf and boating are neck and neck for entertainment. A further shorter drive down past Sotogrande is Tarifa where the white sand and windy dunes are a surfers and kite surfers paradise.