Popular Lettings in Puerto Banús
Highlights in Puerto Banús
- Blue flag beaches
- June Flamenco festival
- Plaza Antonio Banderas
Most popular in Puerto Banús
Holiday rentals and lettings in Puerto Banús
Spoil and treat yourself or your loved ones in a beautiful setting, with an impressive mountain backdrop and ocean views. Renting properties in this area of Marbella is a chance to enjoy a bit of luxury. This resort became popular in the 1970’s when Jose Banús built the luxury marina. Ever since, Puerto Banús has been a reference for those looking for charming, luxury holiday where there is a wide range of accommodation to choose from all year round.Exclusive luxury rentals adapted to your needs
Luxurious holiday rentals that vary from small properties to big and spacious rentals located in a private and gated complex. Inside and outside pools, panoramic windows overlooking the sea, big terraces, private balconies and en suite rooms for your guests, friends and family and a master room with all the amenities available to make your stay a very comfortable one. Waking up to the sound of the waves in the prestigious modern designer properties situated on the beachside near the most trendy places and attractions will definitely make your holiday a memorable one for years to come. Big occasions, large parties, family stays or romantic weekends with your dearest ones. Puerto Banús properties are big enough to host up to 15-20 people. Choose your occasion and plan your stay!
Holiday in Puerto Banús
The area and getting around
Southwest of Marbella, in southern Spain, this is a popular destination and transport in and out of Marbella is abundant and easy. This is a small place but it offers an amazing wealth of facilities and attractions, water sport, boutiques, restaurants and beautiful beaches for an exceptional family holiday. This small town oozes entertainment, adventure and lots of glamour in the air.Luxury under the sun
Itching to bask in the sun? Head to any of its splendid three beaches: Playa de Nueva Andalucía, Playa Puerto Banús both awarded the Blue Flag and Playa del Río Verde. You can enjoy some Spanish tapas, calamares fritos, croquetas and a good serrano ham or quench your thirst with a very cold beer of your choice at any “chiringuito”. For more sophisticated food and a relaxed evening, the choice of restaurants is endless. Seafood, traditional Andalusian cuisine and some of the best top notch Michelin restaurants such as Messina or Skina, famous for using the best local produce used in the most creative ways. Explore the Saturday weekly market and stroll around the upmarket and expensive boutique shops that open until midnight in the summer months.
Travellers and activities
Keep yourself occupied, active or entertained for 365 days a year. Depending on the priority for the day, choose amongst lounging in the sun at one of the many beautiful Beach Clubs or decide what activity is going to activate you! Either way all these options are there for you. Gaze the ocean from your VIP bed at the Beach Club or by the pool of a beach-side venue. Hire a privately skippered yacht and spend the day furrowing the Mediterranean Sea, sunbathing on the deck and listening to the waves.A destination for action lovers
If lying on the beach all day is not your thing and need something that keeps you on your toes try water sports and new experiences such as jet ski and flyboard. To explore the inland area of Marbella, take a Buggy tour, race cars at the private Formula 1 Ascari race track in Ronda, go for a Tapas tour around Marbella Old town or take a day trip to local surrounding cities and towns such as Granada or Seville. And after a long day in the sun, feel the rhythm on the dancefloor at the VIP nightclubs, attend an amazing flamenco dance show and live the atmosphere of the glamourous casinos around the area.
Puerto Banús was built by José Banús, a clever businessman who provided Marbella’s international elite with a glamorous exclusive marina preserving the quaint feel of an Andalusian fishing village!
Top 5 travel spots in Puerto Banús
If you are planning your holidays in June, you will immerse yourself into the spirit of a flamenco festival with restaurants hosting dance nights, garlands hang above stalls selling local drinks and food and women, children and even pets are dressed up with the traditional flamenco dress. Get ready to feel the rhythm!2. Relax at the splendid beaches
Puerto Banús is home to 3 beaches which are all different from each other. Playa Nueva Andalucía which is a group of small connected beaches facing the area known as Nueva Andalucia. Awarded the blue flag, this beach attracts glitz and glamour. Playa Puerto Banús is a family friendly beach, equipped with showers and ideal for kids and also awarded the blue flag. Calm and shallow water and 1 km of fine sand. Finally, Playa Río Verde, to the East of Playa Puerto Banús has high standards of cleanliness and excellent facilities.3. Luxury and street-style shopping
All the big brands decorate their windows with the latest items. Upmarket labels and luxury accessories along the streets for you to have a look at the latest trends. Can’t wait to try them on? In Marbella you also find high-street fashion like Zara and for cheaper options, there is a street market, a short walk from the waterside, a good spot to buy spices, hand-carved wooden trinkets or ceramics.4. Dance your way.
From Puerto Banús to Marbella, the marina comes alive at night. Elegant lounge bars, clubs with well known DJs keep will you partying on the dancefloor. The tradition here is that bubbly is shaken up and sprayed all over people! Get you dancing shoes on and let the rhythm guide you! For a larger selection of nightclubs, a short 10 minute drive to Marbella will open up thousands of possibilities.5. Plaza Antonio Banderas
This square was named after this famous Malaga-born actor. It is a quiet and pleasant square to sit down and spend some time. A little open-air market with vintage clothing, art, fragrances and handmade jewellery opens from 11am to midnight during the summer. Sit down and relax admiring the pleasant Andalusian lifestyle whilst having a nice iced-coffee or an ice cream in the afternoon.