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Puerto Banus is a luxury marina situated between Marbella and San Pedro in Spain. It is frequented by the rich and famous and about five million visitors annually. They flock to the area for its marina, shopping and entertainment.

Shopping, eating, celebrity spotting... and don't forget that there are amazing beaches to lounge on too...

Puerto Banus is on the Costa del Sol and is the place to spot celebrities on multi-million-pound yachts, or frequenting the many bars, clubs and restaurants located behind the harbour. It is renowned for its shopping, as the streets are lined with luxury boutiques like Christian Dior, Versace and Gucci. One particular stretch of shops is known as 'The Golden Mile' and Puerto Banus is also home to the biggest El Corte Ingles department store in Spain. The marina is the main attraction of Puerto Banus, where some of the wealthiest people in the world dock their boats.

There are also plenty of golf course and spas in the area, many attached to the luxury hotels in Puerto Banus. The Linekers have a bar in the area and you are sure to spot a few celebrities hanging out there, including the famous TOWIE crew!

If you can stop the celebrity spotting for a minute you will also find that the Puerto Banus landscape has other attractions. You could hire a boat and enjoy some sailing, take in the landmark La Concha Mountain, and, of course, enjoy the beach - there is one on each side of the marina. There is also a three-ton statue of a rhinoceros by Salvador Dali.

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Average flight time(from London)

2 hrs 55 mins

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