The resort of Puerto Banus is the place to be seen on the Costa del Sol. Located just south west of the famous town of Marbella; Puerto Banus is renowned for its impressive marina where many luxury yachts are moored.
If you choose to holiday in Puerto Banus, then you’ll be in good company. The resort is a favourite for many celebrities who regularly visit the area and has a ‘Hollywood’ feel to it. Why not grab a table at one of the street cafes to watch the world go by, or perhaps take a stroll and admire the million dollar yachts bobbing on the water?
Shoppers are very well catered for in Puerto Banus as the resort boasts an excellent selection of famous boutiques – you could be forgiven for thinking you were in St Tropez! And as well as an eclectic mix of cafes and restaurants where you can linger over a meal, your holiday in Puerto Banus can continue into the small hours at one of the many popular nightspots.
For a more relaxing evening, why not head to one of the piano bars along the front? Or you might prefer to dance the night away at a late night bar such as La Comedia or one of the funky nightclubs.
If the party atmosphere of the seafront isn’t your scene, head into the more traditional area of town. After a little exploring, you’ll find some charming Spanish tapas bars and restaurants to choose from for a more authentic holiday experience.
By day, the sandy beach is a major attraction. So too are the famous golf courses of the Costa del Sol; you’ll find a wonderful selection conveniently located near to Puerto Banus.
With so much to keep you amused, a holiday in Puerto Banus deserves to be top of your list of great destinations on the Costa del Sol.
Costa Del Sol and Torremolinos offer around 300 to 320 guaranteed days of bright sunshine annually with a mean temperature of 18 degrees centigrade, and peak temperatures in high season (June to September) up in the late 20s centigrade. The cooling breezes on the Mediterranean coast take the edge of high temperatures, making for perfect family beach holiday resort conditions.
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