What’s the weather like in Marbella in August?
Marbella is on the south coast of Spain on the Costa del Sol, with a Mediterranean climate bringing hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters to the city. In August, Marbella is in the middle of the high season, so it can get quite busy on the beaches. This won’t detract from the enjoyment of relaxing in the sunshine, swimming in the warm waters or trying out new water sports though.
In August, the average temperature in Marbella is 24°C, reaching highs of 29°C in the peak of the day. If you do visit at this time of year, remember that UV levels are high so you’ll need to apply sun cream regularly, seek shade between 11am and 3pm and stay well hydrated. Just 5mm of rain’s expected this month, while the Mediterranean waters are a beautifully warm 24°C. After dark temperatures dip to a low of 19°C, perfect for evenings out in the resort.