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Beaches of Puerto Banus
The coastline on Marbella stretches along 27km and is made up of 24 beaches.
Nagules Beach is 800m long and runs alongside the Hotel Puente Romano and the Marbella Club, on the Golden Mile.
Casa Blanca Beach - There are a total of 6 beach restaurants plus sun beds. Water sports are also available along this beach which 2km long.
Río Verde Beach is next to the Rio Verde River, close to the remains of a Hispano Roman villa from the first century. In addition to the Coral Beach Hotel, there are a total of three restaurants & a beach bar.
Puerto Banús Beach features a public promenade and offers a variety of watersports.
At San Pedro Alcántara beach there are 6 beach restaurants with sun beds plus a beach club & swimming pool. A range of water sports are available as well as a play area for children.
Things to do - Puerto Banus
Be sure to check out Tivoli World - the largest amusement park on the coast. There are over 40 different rides and attractions with bars and restaurants onsite. If you’re lucky you might catch one of the performances or shows in one of 3 different squares e.g. the Western Square, Andalucian or Tivolilandia.
If this isn’t your thing you could admire the biggest permanent, miniature model train in southern Europe or head to the Tivoli Gardens-one of the most extensive, varied and deeply rooted Botanic Gardens in the Malaga province.
Take the kids for a ride on the Cable karts with arguably the best views of the coast, it is said that on a clear day you can see as far as Gibraltar and even the coast of Morocco. Stop off at the top of Mount Calamorro, one of the highest points in the province of Malaga and really take advantage of the view, best to stay put on the ground if you are scared of heights.
A unique Wolf Park offering guided tours every hour to see the different breeds of wolves in their natural habitat as well as the chance to get up close and personal with all sorts of animals in the Petting Zoo.