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Mistral Beach

Mistral Beach (Ctra. de Cádiz km. 174, Marbella) – this is one of Puerto Banus’ main beach areas. Along with the usual sunbathing activities, visitors like to rent sunbeds & umbrellas to see and be seen. In addition, a number of visitors here like to go jet skiing and take in the scenery. The jet […]

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Selwo Adventura Park

Selwo Adventura Park (Av. Parque Selwo, Autovía A7 km. 162.5, 29680 Estepona, Málaga) – this is a theme park and zoo, located in the Estepona municipality (Málaga) – just 15 minutes (15 km) west of Puerto Banus. In this park you’ll be able to find over 200 animal species in semi-freedom (over 200 species and […]

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Playa de Levante

Playa de Levante (Benidorm) – this beach is located between the Puerto Banus marina complex and Playa Rio Verde (just east of the main town). Playa Puerto Banús is just over 1km long with a width of 50m and boasts fine sand and a protected cove due to the construction of a breakwater. The water […]

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Tivoli World

Tivoli World (Av. de Tivoli, Benalmádena, Málaga) — surrounded by beautiful gardens, illuminated fountains and a variety of restaurants, visitors will find plenty of exciting attractions at this theme park. Enjoy the thrill of the many rides, using  the park’s own currency “Tivolino” or  alternatively you may take advantage of the “SuperTivolino”, a wristband that […]

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Old Town

Old Town (Marbella) – for a change of scenery, visitors come to this section of Marbella to explore some of its history. Marbella’s “Old Town” section is partly surrounded by the ruins of an old Arab wall with narrow white washed streets, old churches and squares, as well as lots of fascinating shops and boutiques […]

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Playa Rio Verde

Playa Rio Verde – this beach is just east of Puerto Banus (right by Rio Verde itself). Sunbathers must cross a stylist wooden footbridge to get to this beach. Due to the large number of visitors that come here during the Summer, parking can be difficult, so first timers are advised to arrive here as […]