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Exploring Marbella: the rocking stag venue for an unforgettable time


This article looks at the rise of stag do’s overseas and the reasons why Marbella will tick the box for so many groups. It explores the attractions of this stunning destination, and the various options available for stag groups to maximise their fun!

Organising that unforgettable stag do

So your best mate is getting married and you want to organise a truly legendary stag do… no pressure there then! But before you start to feel the stress kick in, remember that there are some superb packages now available, many of which head overseas for a truly memorable trip. Marbella is one such destination – one of the most glamorous, beautiful and stunning destinations on the Mediterranean and with a superb array of attractions, entertainments and facilities for visiting groups.

Creating the perfect package

You can create your own perfect stag weekend abroad by mixing up an agenda filled with sports, relaxation, pampering, excitement and big nights out, tailoring each activity to the groom and the guests. Get assistance with your perfect package from the experts – you’ll find plenty of help and advice at There are also packages to suit every budget and group size, so you needn’t be tied to a standard itinerary.

The beauty of Marbella

Marbella was once a small fishing village full of sleepy villas and beautiful beaches – but today it is one of the leading resorts on the Med, and one of the most popular destinations for a stag weekend abroad in Spain. A hugely cosmopolitan resort, it offers glamour, luxury, excitement and activities to keep you busy from morning to night!

You’ll also find an incredible array of accommodation – whether you want an all-inclusive resort with a great British fry-up for breakfast, or a self-catering villa where you can fill the fridge and the ice-box with treats and relax with a BBQ on the veranda!

Unforgettable activities

Why not start the day with a round of golf; the resort has plenty of world-class courses, and with over 40 golfing destinations, this part of the Costa del Sol really draws in the enthusiasts. Horseracing is also a must – with the Hipodromo Mijas Costa just fifteen minutes away from the town centre. It’s a great destination in its own right with live music, bars and restaurants to enjoy.

Alternatively, you might want to enjoy the many water sports on offer, including windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling and gliding – as well as on-land activities including horse-riding, buggy racing or shopping. Yacht and boat charters are also very popular, and a great way to relax and soak up some rays as a group. In the evening, enjoy a lavish meal at one of Marbella’s many excellent restaurants, and take in some of the bars and clubs along Puerto Banus at night, with a multitude of rocking destinations along the seven kilometre party road!

Getting there

Flights go direct from various UK central and regional airports, and most hotels and resorts will offer group transfers when you arrive. Taxis are plentiful and prices are fair, and there is also a good range of public transport. However, one of the great things about the resort is that it is also highly accessible by foot, and it’s well worth going for a stroll through the Old Town and along the Golden Mile – the four mile stretch between Marbella itself and Puerto Banus, along which you’ll see some of the most luxurious properties in the region, and some of the best hotels.

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