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All About Puerto Banús
Just outside Marbella on Spain’s Costa del Sol, you’ll find Puerto Banús, one of the most famous marinas in Europe. Here you’ll find year-round sunshine and an impressive strip of designer boutiques, bars, and restaurants overlooking a marina full of yachts. Puerto Banús is also famous for its beach clubs. At these luxurious all-day bars, you can claim your sun lounger and enjoy cold beverages while you bask in the sun. When night falls, things get more lively, with music and dancing in the clubs into the early hours of the morning.
If you move away from the water, Puerto Banús shows its more traditional side, with quieter bars and restaurants and authentic Spanish tapas bars. To the west of the marina is Mistral Beach, offering a mellower beach experience with soft golden sands and a chiringuito (beach shack) serving drinks and tapas. Just a 10-minute drive away is Marbella’s Nagüeles Beach, where you can swim in calm, warm waters; ride a jet ski or try windsurfing; or spend a lazy afternoon on a pedalo.
The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Puerto Banús
Puerto Banús experiences a Mediterranean climate with warm sunshine almost all year round, perfect for enjoying your stay in one of the many villas or apartments. June through August are the hottest months, so make sure you pack plenty of sunscreen and a hat. In August, the annual Festival de la Copla de Carnavalero takes place in Marbella, where you can experience traditional food and dancing and carnival rides. The spring and autumn months are possibly the most pleasant times to visit, as you won’t get the really scorching days of summer, but you can still expect plenty of warm, sunny beach weather. In March, Carnival comes to Marbella, when locals don elaborate costumes and take to the streets to celebrate. Wintertime is much quieter in Puerto Banús, and although it will be cooler, you can still expect sunshine and mild temperatures.
Top things to do in Puerto Banús
Puerto Banús is home to numerous high-end stores from international luxury brands. If your budget is a little more modest, you’ll also find many high street brands in the Marina Banús shopping centre. The Puerto Banús Street Market takes place every Saturday, where you can buy clothing, shoes, bags, crafts, antiques, and fresh produce and flowers.
Take a 20-minute stroll west to the neighbouring town of San Pedro along the Paseo Maritimo promenade, which hugs the beach with small kiosks and bars for you to explore. In San Pedro, you’ll find a more traditional Spanish town with a range of authentic tapas restaurants, unique shops, and local chiringuitos on the beach.
Just a 15-minute drive away is one of the more peaceful beaches on the Costa del Sol, with pristine calm waters and a mile of sandy beach to enjoy. Cabopino Beach has fewer amenities than other nearby beaches and is instead known for its natural, unspoiled dunes and clear waters, as well as a simple boardwalk that allows for a quiet stroll along the sea.