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A seafront walk along the Golden Mile from Marbella to Puerto Banus

A seafront walk along the Golden Mile from Marbella to Puerto Banus

If you have only ever experienced the Golden Mile from the road, take a stroll along the seafront walkway between Marbella and Puerto Banus to see how the other half live.

If you park close to the Plaza del Mar Shopping Centre on the west side of Marbella, walk down to the seafront and head in the direction of Puerto Banus. There is usually plenty of street-parking outside of the summer season.

This route from Marbella to Puerto Banus and back is approximately 8km long.

The marble walkway offers stunning sea views and is lined with colourful flowers and palm trees. The Capuccino Café is a great place to stop on route, serving delicious breakfast, brunch and lunch with a dazzling choice of juices, smoothies and cocktails!

Prime Marbella real estate

Once you pass the Pesquera Chiringuito fish restaurant, you will start to enjoy the calmness of your surroundings. The sea-front mansions leave you guessing who they belong to and how much they cost. Lord Alan Sugar, who first bought property here in the 1970’s, owns one of the largest seafront houses.

 This really is prime Marbella real estate in one of the most prestigious locations to own a property in Spain.

Lord Alan Sugar owns a substantial frontline Marbella villa on the Golden Mile.

Marbella Club & Puente Romano Hotel

Pass the beach bars at Nagueles Beach and you will come to the world renowned luxury resort hotels – the Marbella Club and the Puente Romano. A menu outside the Marbella Club advertises Sunday Brunch for €85 per person – booking essential!

Dani Garcia moved his Restaurant Calima (two Michelin Stars) to the Hotel Puente Romano in spring 2014.

Walk down the wooden pier outside the Puente Romano for some great photo opportunities!

Puente Romano gets its name from an old Roman Bridge which dates back to the first century. It may be worth detouring into Puente Romano to see the bridge at the top of the resort which once connected Rome with Cadiz.

Once you turn the corner at the Puente Romano, you will get your first glimpse of Puerto Banus, Gibraltar and the African coast (on a clear day).

Puerto Banus

The next main landmark is Victor’s Beach bar which is a great place to stop off, enjoy the views and people-watch. Marbella properties along this stretch of the coast are among the most expensive in Europe.

Just before you reach Puerto Banus you will come to a suspended foot bridge, which means you no longer have to walk on the sand.

As you walk along the seafront you will pass the most famous landmark of Puerto Banus, a statue of a man standing defiantly, arms raised out to the sea.

The Dali sculpture of a Rhinoceros stands over 26 metres high and is situated at the Cristamar roundabout entrance to the Port.

Walk down to the Marina and see the super-yachts which are owned by some of the world’s wealthiest individuals or stop off at one of the many waterside bars or restaurants to watch the Ferraris purring by.

Wealthy shopaholics are well-catered for in Puerto Banus with a choice of high-end designer shops and boutiques.

Marbella properties for sale on the Golden Mile include seafront villas, luxury townhouses and spacious apartments and penthouses with stunning sea views.

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