What’s the weather like in Marbella in July?
Located on the southern coast of Spain along the Costa del Sol, Marbella has a Mediterranean
climate with short, cool winters and long, hot summers. July is the height of the season in Marbella, with plenty of sunshine, warm temperatures and balmy seas. This is ideal for days on the beach or swimming in the clear blue waters. If you visit Marbella in July, make sure you apply sun cream
regularly and seek shade in the hottest part of the day.
In July, the average daytime temperature in Marbella is 24°C, with highs of 29°C in the peak of the afternoon. After dark, temperatures reach lows of 19°C, perfect for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants. Just 2mm of rain is expected over the course of the month, so there’s not much chance of wet weather this month. Each day has around 14 hours of sunlight and the Mediterranean waters are a pleasant 23°C.