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Puerto Banus was opened in nineteen seventy with many rich and famous guests invited to the ceremony. Lying six kilometres west of Marbella and with a transfer time from the airport of an hour, Puerto Banus is a lively upmarket resort where celebrity spotting becomes a holiday pastime. The focal point is its largest marina, the Honour Warf, where some of the wealthiest people on earth berth their yachts. The streets around the marina are filled with first class restaurants as well as hundreds of designer boutiques. Evening entertainment continues from sun down to sun up. A Puerto Banus holiday offers a guarantee of summer sun, a sandy beach with a variety of water sports, excellent shopping and a vibrant nightlife.
Puerto Banus has much to offer holidaymakers. Those who enjoy beach life can surely find a comfortable spot in the kilometre of soft golden sand washed by clear warm waters. Water sports enthusiasts have a variety of activities from which to choose. Golfers also have a choice of excellent courses. Shopaholics, wandering the streets to their heart’s content, can find all they need in Puerto Banus and neighbouring Marbella. At the end of every day the all night party begins.
A Puerto Banus holiday has widespread appeal. With its beautiful beaches offering safe bathing for families with small children, water sports with varying degrees of excitement for the adults, magnificent golf courses, superb shopping and a vibrant nightlife, it is really no surprise that Puerto Banus attracts so many people to its shores.
Although Puerto Banus is a year round holiday venue, the summer holiday period is probably the most popular time to go, with guaranteed sunshine and warm seas. Many choose a Puerto Banus holiday in order to escape the dreary British winter and to enjoy a game of golf without having to brave the elements.
Marbella has three marinas, the main one being Puerto Banus which lies six kilometres to the west of the town. The Honour Warf is the focal point of Puerto Banus and has berths for almost a thousand boats. The term ‘boat’ is used loosely here, as some of the vessels are multimillion pound yachts up to fifty metres in length. There are beaches to either side of the marina. These are sandy and the water offers safe bathing for children and less confident swimmers. A wide variety of water sports are available from the marina.
Puerto Banus is a very upmarket resort frequented by wealthy tourists from northern Europe and the Middle East.
The streets around the marina are a paradise for shoppers as they are filled with every designer name imaginable. There are wonderful restaurants catering for all tastes and pubs, clubs and discos provide a lively nightlife that continues until dawn.
Salvador Dali’s Rhinoceros weighing over three and a half kilograms is a sight worth seeing.
It is worth visiting Marbella’s old town, in the heart of the resort, which has a traditional charm with its narrow winding streets lined with whitewashed houses adorned with vibrantly coloured flowers. The lanes open out into small squares with pavement cafes offering a place to rest and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. La Plaza de Los Naranjos, or Orange Square, holds the sixteenth century Town Hall as well as shops and art galleries. There are several parks, all offering shade in beautiful surroundings, while the Constitution Park is a concert venue during the summer months. Hire a horse drawn carriage and explore Marbella in style.
Many people come to Puerto Banus for the golf and there are a number of excellent courses in and around the area. Remember to bring your handicap certificate as this is often a course requirement.
Puerto Banus is a vibrant resort by both day and night as is its neighbour Marbella. There are a large number of clubs, discos, show bars and casinos many of which remain open until the early hours of the morning. Puerto Banus also caters for those wishing to enjoy a more relaxing evening with its many fine restaurants along the sea front.
There are many shopping opportunities in the Costa del Sol but none compare with Puerto Banus and Marbella. Puerto Banus has a large number exclusive shops and boutiques particularly in the streets surrounding the marina. The Golden Mile in Marbella is also full of elegant boutiques where you will find the latest fashions. The tiny shops in the narrow streets of the old town delight shoppers with their range of often unusual goods.
Puerto Banus has a wide and varied menu for its holiday makers; from cordon bleu restaurants to tapas bars and from fast grills to traditional fish restaurants, Puerto Banus has food to accommodate all tastes. A good way to try Spanish food is to order a plate of tapas which consists of a medley of bite-sized dishes. Tapas are also ideal for filling the sometimes long gap between lunch and dinner, which is served later in Spain than at home.
Local wines are pleasant and very good value.
Children are always made welcome even in the most exclusive of restaurants and their taste and portion size is usually accommodated.