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PUERTO BANUS - MARBELLA, MÁLAGA, SPAIN

Vista desde el monumento a Don Juan, Conde de Barcelona y padre de S.M. D. Juan Carlos I Rey de España.

Puerto único en el mundo por mezclar en un puerto un pueblo andaluz con sus casas blancas encaladas y una marina.

El nombre del Puerto lo toma de su promotor José Banus, tarraconense nacido en 1906, inaugurándose en el mes de mayo de 1970 con la asistencia de los entonces Príncipes de Asturias.

Actualmente es uno de los centros más exclusivos del mundo con tiendas de lujo en el interio de su pueblo andaluz, y disfruta de uno de los mejores climas por la protección de la Sierra Bermeja de los vientos y su localización en la Costa del Sol. 

36º 29,1N / 4º 57,2W 

Copyright: Fran santiago
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Uploaded: 31/03/2014
Updated: 07/04/2014
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