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Title: Puerto Banús
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A trip to Marbella wouldn’t be a trip to Marbella without visiting this legendary port. Dubbed the ‘Port of Abuse’ by many of its heavy-drinking insiders, Puerto Banús is named after its designer (and legendary playboy) Jose Banús, who can be credited for single-handedly putting Marbella on the map. Row after row of designer shops, hip restaurants and trendy bars, the port is where the town’s super-rich moor up their megayachts and pose for their adoring public on the decks. Aside from the boats, the one-way road is like a supercar showroom, too, with every high-end marque you can think of polished to perfection and parked up outside hip and happening places. Whether you visit the port to inflict some damage on your credit card, to dine on fresh seafood or to dance like its 1969, you’re sure to have yourself a very good time. Highly recommended is an Indonesian dinner and rum cocktails at the nearby Trader Vic’s, followed by drinks at the world-famous Sinatra’s bar, which is like a who’s who of the movie industry on a Friday and Saturday night. After that, you can move onto the nearby Suite nightclub, hidden underneath the very posh Puente Romano Hotel.

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