The three new gastronomic concepts that you cannot miss this summer in Marbella
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Enjoying the sun by the sea, or overlooking the most exclusive superyachts on the Costa del Sol, these three new gastronomic experiences will make you taste the freshness and flavor of the Mediterranean Sea in every bite.

A beach bar, a gastrobar and a juice bar led by the prestigious Italian chef Simone d’Elia land in Marbella this summer to expand the gastronomic offer of the city that is visited by nearly a million tourists a year.

They open their doors in Cívitas Puerto Banús is the place Banús Beach, a new concept of beach bar that offers a menu with the best selection of seafood right on the Levante beach, with the best views of La Concha; Breeze, a healthy and light alternative in the form of juices and smoothies made with exotic fruits that are the perfect accompaniment to the summer heat and a pleasant stroll through the exclusive marina; and 1970 Banús, a pop-up proposal for the most demanding in which the experience is incomparable enjoying a sunset with irresistible delicacies such as oysters, caviar and champagne.

Both Breeze and 1970 Banús can be found in food truck format in the heart of the Cívitas Puerto Banús Dock of Honor, near its recently expanded viewpoint.

Simone d’Elia has been the chef behind the launch of these three new culinary concepts to enjoy the summer season in Marbella. This London-trained Italian chef is recognized for his successful openings in various restaurants and hotels, including Breathe, Bó Banús and Döss (in Marbella), Babylon Beach, Harbor Club (in Ibiza), Beach Blanket Babylon (in London ) Boho Club and OIA Beach Resort (in Saudi Arabia) and the expansion of the first chain of Italian restaurants in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, La Rústica.


Among the essentials of Banús Beach that you must try are the tuna tartare with sriracha and soy mayonnaise, the crispy calamari with lime mayonnaise, and the grilled lobster with garlic and herbs; And if cocktails are your thing, you’ll love the watermelon mint mojito.


At Breeze, the organic smoothies made with 100% natural fruit and a touch of apple juice stand out, especially the vitamin boost made with carrot, mango, orange and lemon, and if you are looking for an explosion of freshness, you have to try the palette; Mexico’s iconic ice cream with the best fresh fruit.


The 1970 menu gives special prominence to quality seafood and you can enjoy some of its greatest hits such as sea bream ceviche with coconut milk, mango and coriander; the Galician octopus salad with potatoes, olive oil and paprika, the delicious brioche bread stuffed with lobster, lime mayonnaise and chives and, if oysters are your thing, you can enjoy the Fine de Claire N2 along with Baerii caviar and champagne.


These new gastronomic proposals are already becoming a trend by bringing to Cívitas Puerto Banús a wider variety and high quality in terms of gastronomy, turning summer afternoons and nights into an incomparable experience in one of the most beautiful areas of the city.

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