A warm welcome to the Rotary Club Marbella-Guadalmina. We are one of only two English speaking, multi-national Rotary Clubs on the Costa del Sol, with over 40 members representing at least 10 different nationalities.  Rotary International  brings together a global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members from more than 200 countries. It is a non-political and non-sectarian organisation.                           

Click on the image above to read our booklet of last year's
Service Projects
Captain Antonio Toledo invites us to visit on board the Azamara when she is docked in Malaga on November 8th. Reply to Martin Nathan.  More details

On September 12th we were honoured by the visit of the
District Governor, Arturo Alagon Valderas, who presented
President Mark Shurey with a specially crafted plaque
of the Rotary Theme for this year. 
Read about some of the new ideas from District

Carry on scrolling for details abut meetings, membership
and the Club Blog!  Not to mention Get Drastic with Plastic
We now have an open Facebook group  to share knowledge and ideas about reducing plastic waste. 
Go to  facebook.com/RotaryClubMarbellaGuadalmina and select Groups on the right hand side to join.  We already have loads of useful and interesting information about initiatives all over the world.

Visiting Rotarians - you will be most welcome, but it is ESSENTIAL to let us know you are coming.  Please email Linda Eccles, our Sergeant at Arms, saa@marbella-guadalmina-rotary.club, to ensure you have a place (if clicking the email link doesn't work, just copy and paste it into the "To:" field of your email program). For our regular Thursday lunchtime meetings, the meeting cost is normally €27; it includes a welcome drink, a starter and main course, wine etc. with the meal, and a coffee (a separate tip of €2 for the staff is requested). Please arrive at 2pm for fellowship; the meal commences at 2.30pm and the meeting finishes promptly at 4pm (but you will normally be welcome to remain after that time for further fellowship).
Potential Members - if you wish to be considered for membership of our club, you may attend as a guest (normal meeting cost, as above, applies). Please contact our Membership team leader, Dr Ian Kuah, membership@marbella-guadalmina-rotary.club, to request an invitation to a  meeting, giving either a very brief resume of yourself and why you believe that you would make a good Rotarian, or other reason why you would like to attend (if clicking the email link doesn't work, just copy and paste it into the "To:" field of your email program).

Contact Us

Visit our Club Meetings page for details of where we meet.
If you would like to receive information about joining our Rotary club, contact our Membership team leader, Dr Ian Kuah.

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Our goal is to give effective and immediate, lasting help. As an international Club we are not only active in Marbella and the Costa del Sol, but also worldwide.

Learn more about our aid projects.    Please visit HERE to make a difference as a sponsor.

Rotary's six areas of focus 


Club Meetings

Our club meetings take place on Thursdays at 1400 hrs in the Restaurante El Cortijo de Ramiro, Urb Guadalmina baja, C/11 next to the Guadalmina Hotel, 29670 San Pedro, Marbella. Please click through to the Club Meetings page for full information.

Are you a member of another Rotary Club?

You are welcome to join our meetings, but must let us know in advance, to help organise the catering. 

Club Blog

Wednesday, 2. October 2019 - 12:30
Joanna Chrzanowska
The mysterious morning mist at the start of the car run was very appropriate, since at... more
Friday, 13. September 2019 - 16:15
Joanna Chrzanowska
District Governor Arturo Alagón Valderas visited our Club on September 12th 2019 (with... more
Tuesday, 10. September 2019 - 12:45
Joanna Chrzanowska
Should we find a new Club ‘Sede’ or base?The year began with a review of alternative... more