Puerto Banús has recently joined the association Círculo Fortuny. This association brings together prestigious Spanish firms in a common forum and its members include major companies like Bvlgari, Cinco Jotas, Loewe, Lladró, LVMH, Vega Sicilia, and others. Through this membership, Puerto Banús strengthens its mission of becoming leader of luxury nautical tourism in the Mediterranean and thereby maximises its position as an international destination. In addition, it inaugurates a new category of representation; nautical, which will join the other sectors.
Puerto Banús among the cities with the highest average purchase ticket in Spain
Since it was founded in 1970, the iconic marina has had one of Europe’s largest concentrations of luxury firms per square metre. Visitors to Puerto Banús can find on its streets prestigious boutiques like Dior, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, etc. among more than 100 boutiques. Banús is currently positioned among the tourist destinations with the highest average shopping bills in the country. In addition, Puerto Banús welcomes new firms every year, such as recent arrivals Saint Laurent and Loewe.
This, coupled with its concentration of superyachts, has led the Marbella marina to formalise its membership of the association of prestigious brands through the signing by Puerto Banús CEO, Juan Núñez Insausti and Mr Carlos Falcó, Executive Chairman of Círculo Fortuny.
Puerto Banús consolidates itself as an international benchmark luxury port
Mr Insausti stated; “With this membership, Puerto Banús, through Círculo Fortuny, strengthens its consolidated position as a benchmark in lifestyle and luxury sailing by taking a step forward in its international exposure, an exposure that will emphasise the basic values of the marina; exquisiteness and maximum quality of the services we offer. We are firmly committed to strengthening the Puerto Banús brand and it is a pleasure to share priorities and a vision with a partner with the same goals.”