Puerto Banús, one of the benchmark nautical and tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, is the international meeting point for enjoying luxury fashion and leisure in an exclusive setting. With its gentle temperature and an average of 320 days of sun per year, the Port welcomes visitors who come principally from northern Europe, the UK, the Middle East and Russia and have high buying power.
The destination is not only a meeting point for the unknown wealthy, but also receives celebrities, artists, business leaders and members of the Spanish and international royal families. Every summer season, this highly demanding clientèle enjoys what this emblematic port of the Mediterranean has to offer.
An exclusive leisure offer
Ever since its inauguration in 1970, the exclusive marina has hosted one of the highest concentrations of luxury brands per square metre in Spain, together with the Salamanca neighbourhood in Madrid and Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona. Major firms of international renown such as Dolce & Gabbana, Jimmy Choo, Tom Ford, Louis Vuitton, Hermès, Dior, Carolina Herrera, Tod’s, Bvlgari, Hermés, Bottega Beneta, Michael Kors, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Philippe Plein, Loewe, Dsquared, Valentino and La Perla are to be found among its more than 250 exclusive boutiques, making the average till receipt one of the most valuable in the country.
In addition, Puerto Banús is surrounded by the most outstanding luxury hotels on the Costa del Sol and serves as an enclave for internationally-known festivals such as Starlite and the Marbella International Film Festival, an array of leisure options which guarantees a luxurious experience in an unbeatable setting.
Puerto Banús is among the 5 most costly marinas in Europe
The iconic leisure port of Marbella stands out for being one of the largest coastal infrastructures of its kind in the whole Mediterranean, covering more than 34,000 m² and with 915 moorings for yachts and superyachts. In addition, it is the only marina in Andalusia where vessels over 50 metres long can be berthed, and with a draught of up to 7 metres at its entrance.
Ranked among the 5 most costly marinas in the Mediterranean, according to a study made by the real estate consultancy Engel & Völkers in August 2017, Puerto Banús has recently increased its range of crew services to enhance and maximise the high level of care for its vessels.