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Conde Nast Traveler: A day in Puerto Banús: what to see, what to do and what to eat


24 hours in the iconic Marbella nautical and tourist enclave goes a long way.

Living here is only within the reach of a few. Yachts, high-end cars, luxury stores open until midnight and multi-million euro mansions are the hallmarks of Puerto Banús, located 6 kilometers from Marbella and one of the most exclusive areas in Spain.
Named after its ideologist and promoter, José Banús , this port, declared a Center of National Tourist Interest and which has the gold medal for Tourist Merit, has attracted millionaires, celebrities, tourists and curious people from all over the world for almost 50 years. the world.

Start the day with a hearty breakfast at Rosas Café, which lately is the most photographed place in Puerto Banús (and maybe Marbella).

Its instagrammable mural of 35,000 roses, its decoration in pastel tones, its lush terrace and its photogenic dishes are the reason why this cafeteria where even your dog has its own menu has become, in just a few months, a temple of pilgrimage from hundreds of influencers.

But it is not just a matter of aesthetics: its artisan bread toast and organic coffee, for the more traditional, or its activated black charcoal waffles and its bowls with fruit, granola and edible flowers for the more adventurous, are the reason why that everyone comes back.

The best thing: you can “have breakfast” at any time of the day.