Los Angeles has the Sunset Strip, Monaco has La Condamine and London has the West End, but in Marbella we have Puerto Banús. The glamorous marina launched in 1970 by Madrid-based property developer, José Banús, soon became a jet-set hotspot of international allure, drawing a wide range of celebrities from around the world and across the decades. As a result, it has played host to Sean Connery, James Hunt, Joan Collins, Philippe Junot, David Beckham, Julio Iglesias (who sang at the opening event), Sergio Ramos and many more famous names and faces from sport, film, music and business.
Location, location, location is the golden rule of real estate, and when it comes to locations, there isn’t much that can beat a Marbella frontline beach location. Amid the many things that have changed over the years, this is a constant factor that has remained in place since Marbella first became a jet-set location in the 1950s, and frontline beach locations in Marbella are as popular now as they were back then.
The focus is so much on residential properties and holiday homes that you can easily forget there is naturally also a broad selection of commercial real estate in Marbella.
Though a peaceful residential area close to the glamorous marina of Puerto Banús and the centre of Marbella, Nueva Andalucía has been evolving much in recent years – moving with the times to provide not only beautiful modern villas, apartments and townhouses, but also the finest up to date trends in shopping, dining, cafés, schools, clinics, sports centres and entertainment facilities.
When you’re looking for a property on Marbella’s famous Golden Mile, one of the most desirable addresses in Europe, we’d advise you to take a look at the luxury properties available at Marina Puente Romano.
Tranquil, residential Guadalmina lies adjacent to the bustle of the traditional Spanish town of San Pedro Alcántara and is ideal if you are looking for verdant surroundings and plenty of local amenities without living in town.