This tourist enclave has become, since it was opened in 1970 in one of the largest entertainment centers in the Costa del Solo, reaching international fame and prestige.
Its geographical location and visit many popular characters make it an attractive summer destination.
The heart of Puerto Banus are its docks, a mix of shops and restaurants luxury yachts and dream cars.
Plaza Antonio Banderas, located just behind the marina, represents the axis of the urban core: here you find a colorful market craft and local celebrities like the Hard Rock Cafe and around shopping centers such as El Corte Ingles or Marina Banus, restaurants, bars or cinemas. All this without forgetting the proximity of Casino de Marbella, located in the Hotel H10 Andalucía Plaza.
In the streets of Port are exclusive fashion brands with long opening hours as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Gucci, Versace, Bylgari, Cartier and Dolce & Gabbana.
It is easy to understand that the leisure offer of Puerto Banus is impressive, whether we refer to the restoration, nightlife, as if we talk about sports, shopping, activities, charter …
Things that do not are missing and the proximity of Marbella increases the alternatives
The beach of Puerto Banus or Rio Verde is spacious and perfect for those who love to water activities. The beach is about one kilometer long by 50 meters wide, the sand is golden and medium grain, and the state of the sea is almost always calm as it is protected by several breakwaters, making it ideal for bath. We can find several bars and hammocks areas plus stalls water activities.
The Playa del Duqueis formed by small breakwaters that are charming coves and protect bathers. plus it has some of the most famous beach clubs of Marbella: the Ocean Club and The Living by the Sea.
On the Boulevard of Fame tribute is paid to personalities who have promoted Marbella at national or international level through their professional dedication. And in one of the roundabouts port access we can contemplate the enormous sculpture, three-ton rhinoceros with lace dress (1956), Salvador Dalí.