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Friday, October 20, 2017

Puerto Banus, The World Famous Port

 Puerto Banus
Puerto Banus is 6km to the western side of the town Centre. PUERTO BANUS is Marbella’s world famous port. It is locally known as Costa del Sol’s. Their expensive lifestyle can be seen in the form of shops and restaurants. There are plenty of Ferraris and luxury yachts that can be admired. A number of rich and wealthy people come to this place to enjoy the beach clubs, beaches and the buzzing nightlife. Puerto Banus is one of the compact harbor towns. Holidays to PUERTO BANUS means celebrity spotting, glitzy restaurants and designer boutiques, not to mention champagne style clubs. One can enjoy sightseeing and do many things for enjoyment.
 
FLAMENCO FESTIVAL
 
This festival is celebrated in the month of June. A large number of people wear the flamenco costumes and take over the streets of Puerto Banus. Especially the restaurants host a special flamenco dance nights. This festival is kind of a music festival. When one thinks of such festival, one dreams of an open air and all the fragrance that the warm summer night has to offer. One of the major aspect of this festival is the bar, where people get together to have drinks and a few conversations. It is the only festival which shows the true aspect of flamenco.

The only thing on the stage during the festival is the voice and the guitar. There is all excitement prevailed in the atmosphere during this festival. All the people no matter what age group they belong to attend this wonderful festival. This festival always takes place in an open ground or a field. This festival always starts around ten thirty and would come to an end till three or four in the morning. Even the most die heart fans would find it difficult and exhausting to last at night. During this festival everyone including women, children and even the pets would be dressed in the traditional Spanish outfit. It brings everyone into Great Spirit.
 
IKNI BANUS
 
A restaurant where one can enjoy a delicious Sweden skagen meal that is plump prawns in creamy sauce spread out on cereal bread in the midst of a very beautiful white interior and wooden furnishing, enjoying a beautiful scenic view from the terrace and eating into a platter of juicy mussels cooked in choices of beer and cream laced with coconut milk.
 
MARBELL’S OLD TOWN
 
In order to get the taste of the old Costa del Sol, one must go to Marbella’s old town. The most enchanting place that offers something lovely to see at every corner is its whitewashed, partially enclosed Casco Antiguo (Old Town) i.e. a perfect maze of narrow streets that twist and turn. This old town consists of two historical quarters- Barrio Alto and Barrio Nuevo. Most of it is still in its original layout though it is of the 16th century. It is one of the main shopping and dining areas in the city. It is also a well-known place to party as it has a nice array of bars and clubs with different music for all tastes.
 
LINEKERS BAR:
 
VIP AREAS, HEN AND STAG NIGHTS AND 25 sports screens make linekers one of the most well populated bars in Puerto Banus. Club are open throughout the night with cocktail flowing and resident DJ playing soul, disco and the latest pop tunes.
 
A LONG SANDY COASTLINE:
 
Puerto Banus is famous for its beach clubs- these very fancy, all-day beach bars have spilled out onto the sands just west of the port. The clubs have big luxurious sun loungers and a bar serving up cocktail and champagne. To the west of the port is the more traditional Mistral Beach, a sandy number with a beach shack restaurant called a Chiringuitos. And 10 mind drives away is Nagueles beach-its Marbella’s busiest beach and offers wind surfing, Jet Ski and pedalos.
So enjoy the port with all the different entertainment.

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