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It has been a ferociously hot summer so far in Marbella. The mercury has been rising as high as 37 degrees celsius here on the coast, and for our friends inland or on the sheltered golf courses around Marbella it is even higher – I’ve heard 45 degrees quoted in the last couple of days!

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Fun in the sun

All of which is lovely for the tourists, if they can take it without turning into a fresh delivery of lobsters! But for those of us working here, it’s a very different story. Imagine being the one of our amazing escorts in Marbella who gets a request to arrive at a client’s villa wearing thigh boots, stockings and latex – when it’s 107 degrees fahrenheit, Or getting to a client’s villa to discover that you have to perform a rather vigorous aerobic workout for a couple of hours with a pair of ninteen year old professional footballers – who want to keep the air conditioning off as their coach has told them it will dry their sinuses out. Not the only thing drying out, I promise you!

Our professional Marbella escorts have to work their little socks (well stockings) off in weather like this, and it’s flipping hard work for them. Pleasure is a tiring business when you’re on the front line!

Of course, it’s not always that bad. As our girls are independent, they can make a very decent living on just a few hours work a week, thought eh very best ones – who are also the ones in highest demand of course – prefer to work several hours a day. But that still leaves plenty of time to work on the tan and play in the sun on the magnificent beaches here. And also to take advantage of all the sporting activities here – not to mention taking advantage of all the sporty men in an amateur capacity. Well, every girl needs a hobby as well as a profession!

And of course, there’s always more shopping to be done. Though of course it’s a slightly questionable point whether shopping for designer clothes, shoes, handbags and lingerie is actually work or product development for an escort in Marbella. But it’s a brave girl who would try to out a pair of Christian Louboutin shoes down as a justifiable business expense unless she knows the tax inspector very well of course!

Anyway, long may the weather continue to bring us lots of lovely visitors, but it would be nice if could ease back just a few degrees.

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Getting to Marbella from Malaga Airport


When you exit the arrivals at Malaga airport the booth selling bus tickets for Avanza is directly in front of you. The bus stops are also directly in front of you on the roadside, where there are bus stops with seats.

You can book tickets in advance at but to be honest it is a nightmare of a website to use and it is very rarely necessary. Even in the summer it is usually possible to get a seat on the bus you want. If you do use the site you will notice that some one-way tickets are more expensive. These are for the “directo” or express buses that are non-stop and use the toll roads. They are far quicker (in some cases by over an hour!

There is a non-stop bus which goes into Marbella Bus Station. You can also get connections to most Costa del Sol towns (inland and on the coast) from the bus station at Marbella with Avanzabus or Alsa (national buses).

Trains from Malaga Airport travel as far as Fuengirola in one direction (stopping at Torremolinos and Fuengirola) and Malaga City in the other.


The Airport Bus goes direct to Marbella Bus Station via the fast Toll Road. The journey time is 45 minutes and it costs €8,30 single fare which is about the same as the toll road charge during the summer months.

The Airport bus is fantastic value for money. The bus costs €8,30, and even with an additional taxi into Marbella or Puerto Banus at approximately €14,00 it is still a lot cheaper than the €70 taxi fare if there are less than four of you travelling together.

In winter only one bus operates nearly every 2 hours so you may have to wait a long time. In the summer the buses are more frequent. Make sure you join the queue as soon as you have your ticket. Seats are not allocated and having a ticket is no guarantee that you will actually get a seat! I have seen drivers send people back to the ticket office and then drive off without them!


Please check the current timetables as they are prone to change from time to time. The up-to-date schedule can be found here.

Departures from Malaga Airport Departures from Marbella

1st Oct – 30th June Summer
1st July-30th Sept Winter
1st Oct – 30th June Summer
1st July -30th Sept
08:15 07:00 07:15 06:00
10:15 08:15 08:15 07:15
11:30 10:00 09:15 07:45
12:00 10:45 10:15 08:45
12:30 11:30 11:30 09:30
14:15 12:30 13:15 10:15
16:15 13:15 15:15 11:30
18:00 14:15 15:30 12:15
18:50 15:30 17:00 13:15
20:15 16:00 19:15 14:30
22:30 17:45 21:15 15:00
18:45 16:00
20:00 16:45
21:00 17:45
22:00 18:45
23:45 20:00

From Marbella bus station it is then possible to catch buses to most destinations, including Estepona, Granada, Ronda, Gibraltar, Fuengirola and Coin.