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Puerto Banis is an extremely nice place to take a gentle stroll whilst deciding where to have drink, lunch, dinner or just a snack. There are numerous high grade shops, bars, restaurants etc to chose from.
Not mondain at all anymore, full of hookers, can't properly walk because cars are still allowed there. Nice boats but not the boats that used to be there. Puerto Banus didn't invest in the harbour and the infrastructure, nor in maintaining the area. Not a...More
Nowhere to park my helicopter so had to land miles away. Rented a Lamborghini to take me to the marina lambo not up too much felt slow. Was down here looking for a place to moor my super yacht but told by the harbour master...More
If you are holidaying in Estepona, Marbella or indeed Puerto Banus take a stroll along the marina where there R e some wonderful boats and yachts. There are plenty of cafe’s to sit and have a coffee too.
Listen, if you like that sort of thing, then crack on. Personally, I can live without seeing old blokes cruising around in expensive cars, looking at boats that probably never leave the Marina and two tiny beers costing 15 quid.
Went here in October and weather was beautiful. The boats in the port are amazing and get bigger as you go down the piers to the south.(or east). Shops are expensive. Lots of good bars and resturants. We tried Jack's - recommended.
If you want to see luxury cars, large yachts and high end brands then Puerto banus is where you must head. One side (the marina side)is where the who's who hobnob. It also has some very good cafes and restaurants and you can spend a...More
Well we went by car but to be honest i did not see any train station i dont think there is any,but i am sure there is a bus from the town centre to the port or you can get the cab...but everything in Marbella is expensive !