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Puerto Banus Holidays

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Holidays to Puerto Banus

You’ll find this port town just down the road from Marbella – and it is equally as glamorous.

Lining the beach you’ll find all-day star-studded beach clubs that serve up cocktails and Champagne while patrons relax on sun loungers. Then there’s the marina punctuated by super-yachts. And if you want to trade your cocktail in for a jet-ski, Nagueles Beach is only 10 minutes away with its plethora of watersports.

If you want to explore other areas of the Costa del Sol, Puerto Banus is in an ideal location. Marbella itself is only a stone’s throw away, while Malaga is less than an hour’s drive away. The mini-state of Gibraltar is also only 45-minutes away by car, where you’ll find Barbary Apes (Europe’s only native monkey) and hilltop views that – on a clear day – can extend to include Morocco.

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Top 5 Things To Do

Segway Puerto Banús Tours - Explore this luxurious marina on your own Segway.
Plaza de los Naranjos - Stroll around theis plaza found in the old town.The plaza dates from 1485, after the Christian conquest of the city.
Ermita de Santiago - Visit this 15th-century church in the heart of the old town. It is the oldest religious building in the city.
Museo del Grabado Español Contemporáneo - Learn something new & visit this museum with Engravings & graphic pieces being the focus at this contemporary Spanish art museum with workshops.
Torre Ladrones - Visit a historical landmark. Torre Ladrones is a tower on the Puerto de Cabopino beach in Marbella, Spain. It is part of the coastal fortification line along the Andalusian Mediterranean coast.

Location

Activities

Costa Del Sol - Full Day Ronda Tour

Adult: £45 Child (4-11 yrs): £35

Relax and enjoy the stunning scenery of the Andalusian countryside on this full-day coach tour which takes you from the Costa del Sol to the picturesque town of Ronda where you’ll see the Ronda gorge and bridge, visit churches, a famous bullring and museum, enjoy wine tasting at a local bodega and much more!

As you relax in air-conditioned comfort, you’ll have time to appreciate the natural beauty of the Andalusian countryside during the journey from the Costa del Sol to Ronda.

Upon arrival, you will enjoy a sightseeing guided tour of its main attractions including Puerta de Almocabar (Almocabar Gate), Iglesia del Espiritu Santo (Church of the Holy Spirit), Town Hall Square, and Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor (Church of Santa Maria la Mayor).

We will continue with a full visit of the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, one of the oldest bullrings in Spain and also the site of some of the most important events in bullfighting history. You’ll also visit the attached museum to learn about the traditions behind bullfighting and to see memorabilia including photographs with famous fans including Orson Welles and Ernest Hemingway.

Moving on, enjoy a guided tour of the Bodegas La Sangre de Ronda wine cellar where you can learn more about Spanish wines and possibly indulge in a sample or two!

Finally, before returning to the Costa del Sol, you’ll have free time to explore Ronda at your own pace and leisure. You could try some traditional Andalusian tapas at a local restaurant or simply relax over a coffee and watch the locals as they go about their working day. On our way back, we will make a short stop of about 45 minutes at Marbella's city centre for you to go for a walk and take some pictures.

When to Visit

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  • Currency Euro (€)
  • Flying time from the UK Flights from Glasgow to Malaga airport are around 3 hours 15 minutes.
  • Language Spanish
  • Passport & Visas If you are a British passport holder you do not need a visa to enter Spain & your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay.

Stunning marina home to a vast arry of yachts. Here luxury is a given and everything is the best of quality. If upmarket luxury getaways are your thing this is a must.

Stephen - Travel Consultant