Glamor, exclusivity and luxury at its best. The mosque, the Oasis and the Roman Bridge are some of the nearby tourist areas. You can practice water sports or lie down to sunbathe on its fine sand.
The name of Banús comes from the name, or rather the surname of the businessman, builder and real estate developer, José Banús, who was the one in charge of building and raising this exclusive area.
The distance from Puerto Banús to Marbella is about 7 km. The beach is 1, 500 meters long and about 40 meters wide on average. In fact, the Puerto Banús beach is considered to be the whole of the Rio Verde beach (east side) plus the Duque beach (west side).
It is Marbella’s most exclusive beach as it receives the same name as the Marina, one of the most luxurious and glamorous areas in the Mediterranean, in all of Spain and one of the most popular in all of Europe.
Information and services on Puerto Banús beach
Puerto Banús is the most sophisticated enclave on the Costa del Sol. There is no area or port where a greater concentration of yachts, sports cars, hotels, boutiques, beach and non-beach clubs or luxury or higher level restaurants can be found.
Located in an urban area, it is a beach and an area which mixes relaxation in its morning hours and fun in its evening hours. There is a green, well-kept park on the edge of an extensive promenade with a children’s playground, an outdoor fitness field and a huge water slide. A water sports area where you can rent a kayak, take a ride on a banana boat or try para-sailing.
Lifeguards on duty. The temperature ranges from 8-10º C in the winter months to 29-30º C in the summer months. The average water temperature can range from 14-16º C in the coldest months to 22-23º C in the hottest months. Easy access on foot and by car but it is difficult to find free parking. There are several paid parking lots around the beach and the port. Barrier-free beach as it has access for the disabled. Rental of deckchairs or sunbeds and sunshades. Beach bars with high prices.