Marbella: September Weather Averages
|Sunshine Hours||10 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||62 %|
|Rainfall days||3 days|
|Chance of Rain||13 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||3 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||11 %|
Averages for Marbella in SeptemberMarbella, September.... Average Temperature 22 degrees and still Marbella keeps on giving to the holiday maker. With 8 hours of average sunshine a day and with only an average of 3 days rain in September, Marbella really is a special place to visit. With an average high temperature of 26 degrees, there is plenty for the sunbather on the beach. Added to the average low temperature of 17 degrees, it still leaves you with a lovely barmy evening stroll. Perhaps a visit to the Peurto Banus Marina to enjoy one of the many port side restaurants and bars? If you are still looking for something else, then the “Semana Internacional de Cine” visits Marbella early Septemeber. This is the “international movie week”. Hosted around Puerto Banus area of the Marbella complex. The IMW event plays host to famous celebrities and various directors and producers. All promoting their new films. The entertainment includes various awards and screenings throughout the event. Marbella is a cultural mix of celebrities, tourists as well as sandy beaches and amazing restaurants and bars. Dont think about some late summer sun, without thinking of Marbella!
September events in Marbella
Marbella City Half Marathon
21st September 2015
The Marbella City Half Marathon is held every year on the last Sunday in September. The race starts at 10:00am at the Palacio de Congresso and takes 2,500 runners along the city's picturesque sea front. The scenic route includes Marbella's port Puerto Deportivo de Marbella, Paseo Marítimo, and Puerto Banús. Join the locals and support the runners by cheering them on as they head for the finish line.
Feria de San Miguel Torremolinos Fair
29th September 2015
Every year around September 29th, the nearby town of Torremolinos holds the Feast of San Miguel, celebrating the patron saint San Miguel - the warrior and protector. Festivities include colorful parades, a children’s fair, delicious foods like paellas and tapas, flamenco dancing, and drinking in the streets.