Puerto Banus Shopping
When it comes to hitting the shops, Puerto Banus doesn’t disappoint – for such a small area it competes with many big cities in terms of the range of luxury designer shopping which it offers up.
The main plus, though, is that the best shopping in Puerto Banus can be found mostly on just a couple of streets. Here are a few of the more unusual Puerto Banus shopping highlights…
This small Spanish boutique holds handbags, shoes, wallets and jewellery. Classic and simple designs made in Spain out of quality leather.
Muelle Ribera; Malababa.com.
Manoush is eclectic and is heavily influenced by Morocco. The clothes are designed by French bohemian Frédérique Trou-Roy and are feminine and unique.
Muelle Ribera; Manoush.com.
338B is a small boutique which stocks Ted Baker clothes and a smattering of shoes. Quality knits and tailored dresses are the order of the day, all of which come with a fashionable flair.
Local 16B, Calle Ramón Areces
Uterque is the newest store in the Inditex Group (also known as Zara). Catering for professional women with quality pieces, it stocks bags, shoes, belts, sunglasses and purses as well as some choice pieces of clothing, too.
Calle Ramón Areces; Uterque.com.
If the budget doesn’t quite stretch to really high-end shopping, there are also plenty of high street shops dotted around the town. If Adolfo Dominguez, Zara, Pull & Bear and Massimo Dutti are your idea of perfect shopping, then head to the Centro Commercial Marina Banus on Calle Ramón Areces. As well as independent boutiques, luxury designer chains and high street stores there’s a Corte Ingles in Puerto Banus. This is the largest department store in Spain and the Puerto Banus store has a great selection of clothing, accessories, electricals and homeware.
Designer Shopping in Puerto Banus
However, if you’re curious about the most exclusive designer shopping in Puerto Banus, here’s a list of chic, luxury brands to keep even the most discerning shopper happy:
- Versace – Conj. Resid. Benabola, 8 (The first shop into the Port at the Fountain)
- Tod’s – Muelle Benabola, 3 (At the entrance to Puerto Banus)
- Carolina Herrera – Muelle Benabola, 5 (A little further along from Tod’s near Sinatra’s Bar)
- Missoni – Muelle Ribera, 14
- Chloe – Muelle Ribera, 16 (Just past Sinatra’s Bar)
- Hermes – Calle Ribera, 11 (Second road from the Port)
- Dior – Calle Ribera, 15 (Second road from the Port)
- Lacoste – Calle Ribera, 37 (Second road from the Port behind Sinatra’s Bar)
- Jimmy Choo – Casa N, Muelle Ribera (Near Louis Vuitton)
- Dolce & Gabbana – Muelle Ribera 3-4
- La Perla – Avenida de la Rivera, 33
- Burberry – Muelle Ribera, 53
- Louis Vuitton – Muelle Ribera, Casa N (At the end near Dolce & Gabbana)
- Lanvin – Muelle Ribera, 1b
- Agent Provocateur – Muelle Rivera, Casa N, 12
- Bon Point – Muelle Ribera, 11 (Next to Agent Provocateur)
- Emporio Armani – Muelle Ribera, 18
- Gucci – Muelle Ribera, 15-16 (Near Salvatore Ferragamo)
- Salvatore Ferragamo – Muelle Ribera
- Ermenegildo Zegna – Muelle Ribera
- Hackett – Calle Rivera, L, 8 (Second road from the Port opposite Hermes)
- Tom Ford – Muelle Ribera, Casa F, 20
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