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The megayachts of four huge international fortunes make waves in Puerto Banús

Nieves Castro

It was difficult to know which way to turn for the biggest sign of opulence. Puerto Banús was destination of choice last weekend for the luxury playthings of four huge international fortunes. Italian fashion designer, Roberto Cavalli arrived at ... yachts were joined by Shaf London, owned by the Saudi royal family. The vessel, which is 53-metres-long and has 13 cabins, is a regular in Puerto Banús. An art theme on board Another type of boat, in this case a sailing yacht, used and enjoyed by



The other 'Torcals' of Malaga province


...grey limestone and dolomites from the late Triassic-early Jurassic period in the areas known as El Navazuelo and El Puerto de los Pilones. The second of these is large, about 6.4 square kilometres in size, and is at the heart of the Natural Park, beside



Ranking places Puerto Banús as most the expensive marina in Europe, ahead of Ibiza


Puerto Banús is now the most expensive leisure port in Europe, according to the latest ranking published by Engel & Völkers Yachting. The cost of a berth in the Marbella marina has now surpassed that of one of its main competitors in the ... Mediterranean, Ibiza Magna, which topped the rankings last year. According to the ranking, docking a yacht of more than 55 metres in length in Puerto Banús costs 4,289 euros a day. This has increased by 20 per cent on 2018 when a berth of the same dimensions ... cost 3,545 euros a day. This serves to demonstrate that Puerto Banús continues to be a European leader for both nautical and luxury tourism. It has 915 berths over an area of 15 hectares. In second place in the ranking is the aforementioned Ibiza



Puerto Banús creates an architecture style guide to tidy up the area


An Andalusian village with a marina. That was the concept that José Banús wanted to bring to Marbella in the 1960s. Today, more than half a century after its inauguration, Puerto Banús is known across the globe for its luxury leisure offering and ... style guide in a bid to homogenise the area's architecture. Many national and international firms (more than 70) now have a presence in Puerto Banús and they will all have to follow the new guidelines which must be implemented between autumn 2019 and



The Arriate bypass near Ronda is now open to traffic


The Arriate bypass near Ronda, which was first proposed over 30 years ago, is finally complete and open. The six-kilometre road links the MA-7403, between Arriate, Puerto del Monte and Setenil de las Bodegas in Cadiz province, with the A-367



Valle takes Pastrana's crown in first event at new Marbella Arena


Costa Rican boxer Yokasta Valle snatched the IBF women's mini flyweight world title on Monday from Spanish reigning champion Joana Pastrana. The Marbella Arena in Puerto Banús became, for the fight's 45 minutes duration, the women's boxing ... difficult. Marbella Arena The fight was the first event to take place at the new Marbella Arena, formerly the Puerto Banús bull ring, after months of works on a full refit. The boxing championship launched a two-month schedule of events planned this



Marbella digs deep for charity


A pre-Christmas Marbella event raised 9,500 euros to help vulnerable street children and orphans in Tanzania, organisers have announced this week. Over 100 people attended the fundraising evening at La Sala restaurant on Tuesday 18 December. The



Banús foreign tourists are second biggest spenders in Spanish shops

SUR, foreign tourists shopping in Marbella's Puerto Banús spend on average 994 euros each, second only to those in the Barrio de Salamanca, the most upmarket area of Madrid, with 1,011 euros. Malaga province is also third for sales of VAT refundable



Puerto Banús strengthens strategy to attract luxury brands by signing up top consultants

Mónica Pérez

Puerto Banús, one of the most iconic sailing and tourist destinations anywhere in the Mediterranean, has announced that it is teaming up with international real estate consultants, Cushman & Wakefield. The agency will help the marina find new retail ... and leisure tenants in keeping with its strategy to increase the number of luxury brands operating from the Marbella port. Puerto Banús is looking particularly to expand its selection of international brands, and so increase its attractiveness to ... people visiting from markets outside the Euro area. David del Barrio, commercial director at Puerto Banús, said, "We are delighted to start this cooperation with a leading real estate consultancy...they are the perfect partner to face the ambitious