The world-famous leisure port of Puerto Banús has played a huge role in forging the reputation of the Marbella as a glamorous international resort. At the western extreme of The Golden Mile, just 8 kms south west of Marbella town centre, you find the world-renowned luxury leisure port.

Puerto Banús was designed and built in 1970 by local property developer José Banús as a luxury marina. Taking design inspiration from the typical white villages of Andalucía made Puerto Banús a timeless tourist attraction, and a magnet for glamorous visitors and celebrities. Over the decades the port has thrived and grown to become a waterfront playground populated with impressive yachts, designer shopping, international restaurants such as Antonio, Aretusa, Tango and Naga and buzzing nightlife front and second line – attracting in excess of 5 million visitors a year.

Having celebrated its 50th anniversary, Puerto Banús is now world-renowned as a luxury leisure port where literally millions of visitors flock annually to enjoy the spectacle of the luxury yachts floating invitingly on the waterfront and super cars filing along the frontline. The area is home to several luxury car garages including Koenigsegg, BMW, Centro Porsche and Cohen & Cars.