Sunday, 1 February 2015

LIFESTYLE & CULTURE SUPPLEMENT 1 - CONTENT: BODY COPY

Through primary research visiting Marbella, and online research into more detailed history, location and specifics, I have written out the content for the supplement. 

All sources for the information/body copy are listed at the end of this post.

Luxury Living:

PUERTO JOSÉ BANÚS, IS A SUPER LUXURY MARINA THAT IS LOCATED IN THE AREA OF NUEVA ANDALUCÍA, TO THE SOUTHWEST OF MARBELLA, SPAIN. BANÚS ATTRACTS IN THE REGION OF 5M VISITORS EACH YEAR.

Puerto José Banús, more commonly known as Puerto Banús is a luxury marina located in the area of Nueva Andalucía, to the southwest of Marbella, Spain on the Costa del Sol. 

It was built in May 1970 by José Banús, a local property developer, as a luxury marina and shopping complex. It has since become one of the largest entertainment centres in the Costa del Sol, with 5 million annual visitors, and is popular with international celebrities.

Being developed around a coastal village in the Mediterranean architectural style, Puerto Banús contains expensive shopping malls, as well as an array of bars, nightclubs and restaurants that are located around the vicinity of the marina. 

It is also known during the summer months, as the European hot spot for luxury cars and yachts, sported by the wealthy Spaniards of Marbella, as well as attracting celebrities and other wealthy owners such as the Sheikhs. Yachts around the harbour can be spotted valuing upto £90m.

The Marina itself has berths for 915 boats, including those of the King of Saudi Arabia. The marina has slips for boats and ships from 8–50 metres (26–164 ft). There is a beach on each side of the marina where boats can be hired to those who are lucky enough. It seems in Marbella, everyone can be rich and famous for a a day if desired. Unfortunatley, most of the Yachts that are berthed are private, and no-one but ‘staff’ can board to view the luxury interiors and service suites. However, during peak times of the year, some boats open for Public entry, showcasing the wealth and glory of the Marina at its finest. 

Those who want to take their boats for a ride in the sun can enjoy a Repsol fill-up at the Marina, as well as a dock for Cruise Liners - a recent addition as of 2011. Since then, a luxury 5* hotel has been placed in the harbour side line-up of amenities, along with access to Water Taxis and Airport Shuttle Buses allowing for National, International and European tourists to visit casually and easily.

“YOU’VE GOT SOME OF THE RICHEST PEOPLE ON EARTH DOWN THERE, AND THEY WILL SPEND WHATEVER IT TAKES TO BE TOP DOG. IT’S A VERY COMPETITIVE PLACE, FULL OF RICH, SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ALL TRYING TO OUT-DO EACH OTHER. AND THE BEST WAY TO DO IT IS WITH A BIGGER, FLASHIER HOUSE THAN ANYONE ELSE”

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MARBELLA;
THE HOME OF THE RICH AND FAMOUS


Visit the Marina on a beautiful summers day, chances are you’re likely to bump into a celebrity either shopping, drinking, eating or relaxing on a yacht. Puerto Banús is home to the rich and famous, including the likes of Antonio Banderas, Sean Connery, Karen Brady, Eva Longoria, Peter Andre and Julio Inglesias, with other A-Listers visiting for holidays and shopping trips. Furthermore as of 2013, Puerto Banús became home to the cast of TOWIE during the summer months for UK TV filming. This was followed by an insightful documentary about the Marina, from Piers Morgan, as well as featuring on UK ITV’s Celebritiy Love Island. 

In addition, the VIP bar Lineckers, owned and ran by Gary Linecker, is the number 1 hot spot and place to be drink, mix and mingle with the stars. It’s recently become one of the most popular bars for Hen and Stag Do’s, allowing for a truly A-List experience of the Marina.

The Marina appears to be a playground for billionaires, but play it right and everyone can have a piece of luxury. Just outside of the Marina itself, lies several architectural streets, 2 beaches and a smaller, quieter and much more quaint Marina. The streets are laid with benches, trees, sculptures, art work and shops, whilst the beaches feature The Beach Club Marbella and Plaza Beach - luxury private beaches, with sun lounge service and private, heated pools. A sun bed for 2 at Beach Club Marbella will set you back £200 a day - and that’s if you book in advance. Popular celebrity hang out spots, and the place to be for Champagne Spray Parties has created a daytime party fad only seen in the trendy, youthful ‘Marbs’. But, if you want to relax in the sun, one has many options in and around the Marina to catch the rays and chill out with a cocktail. The Bajadilla Marina is a smaller version of Puerto Banús, and situated right around the corner. With mooring for 400 boats and yachts, this Marina is one to check out also, with a light-house turned church and surrounding Mediterranean architecture. 

Top 10 Things to Do in Marbs:

WHETHER YOU’RE IN THE NEW CITY, THE BEACH OR THE OLD TOWN, THERE IS SOMETHING IN MARBELLA FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY.

FUNNY BEACH
The ultimate place for kids to play and for parent to relax. Just on the outskirts of Marbella City, the themed beach with rides, slides and water sports will keep most people entertained and busy all day! 

PUERTO BANÚS MARINA
A luxury Marina located 6km from Marbella City, known for its designer cars, luxury shops, vintage boutiques, bars, restaurants, nightclubs and it’s  elegant Yachting and Boating Marina. 

TAKE A TRIP TO GIBRALTAR
Take a coach trip on your holiday this summer from Marbella City to Gibraltar, the Spanish Island owned and ran by the British. The Rock of Gibraltar is the major landmark of the region, currently being home to thousands of Monkey’s and the ancient Barracks of the 1704 War, whereby Gibraltar’s rights were taken from Spain. Tourism is a significant industry with Gibraltar being a popular port for cruise ships and day visitors from resorts in Spain . It is also a popular shopping destination, and all goods and services are VAT free. Many of the large British high street chains have branches or franchises lining the streets of Gibraltar including Morrisons, Marks & Spencer and Topshop, as well as international retailers Tommy Hilfiger, and Spanish clothing retailer Mango making an appearance in the line-up.

MARBELLA BULLRING 
Every Sunday in Spain marks the weekly bullfight, regardless of Town, City or Province. Citizens and Tourists fill the ring in hope of witnessing both a sport and a show. Both local and national fights take place and are televised across Spain every week. In Marbella, set in the hills high above the city, lays a bullring  that remains true to Spanish cultures and traditions. Matadors and their Cuadrilla perform to win, competing against a bull. The danger some say adda glory to the sport, yet remains something Spaniards are respective and passionate about. Tickets can be purchased from the ticket office, hotels, online or through selected ticket touts.

CASTILLO DE SOHAIL
The Castillo Sohail (Sohail Castle), which was destroyed and rebuilt several times, is without a doubt the epitome of monuments, both for its long and turbulent history and its unmistakable silhouette that has become the symbol of the city. The fortress is surrounded by powerful square towers and every part of it has been meticulously restored to prevent deterioration and to render it useful as a cultural and tourist resource since, as has been stated, it has been converted into a remarkable open-air auditorium. Inside it a small museum has been set up with models that help in understanding the history of the place.

PLAZA DE LOS NARANJOS
The Plaza de los Naranjos is a plaza located in the old town of Marbella, Spain. The plaza dates from 1485, after the Christian conquest of the city from The Moors; the area was created to be the urban hub of the city.The plaza is framed by typical white Andalusian houses and three historic buildings: the Casa Consistorial, the Casa del Corregidor and the Ermita de Santiago. In the center of the plaza, there is a Renaissance fountain surrounded by orange trees, planted in 1941, from which the square now takes its name. Furthermore it is now home to the Town Hall, set in amongst an array of Spanish restaurants, bars and cafes, being the perfect spot for some lunch. In the evening the trees, and buildings are lit up creating a romantic setting in the heart of the city. Close by are some beautiful streets lined with local, boutqiue shops, such as Calle Remedios, Calle de los Dolores, and Calle San Cristobal.

MARBELLA OLD TOWN
The Old Town of Marbella, is lined with beautiful whitewashed, quaint streets, squares, churches, art, shops, cafes and restaurants. 

With charming local characters, culture, flowers and stunning scenic views at every turn, the Old Town is a great alternative to the bustling town centre, whether it be daytime or the evening. 

MALAGA CITY CENTRE
The city has recently emerged as a cultural centre, with fifteen museums in the city. These include the new Carmen Thyssen Museum and the very different Glass and Crystal Museum, which modern is take on a decorative arts museum. The Automobile Museum has a wonderful collection of vintage cars. The Picasso Museum that was inaugurated in 2003 is a must for lovers of modern art and remains one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Early in 2012 the Palacio de la Aduana  inaugurated the Museo de Bellas Artes, which has treasures of 19th century art and archaeology.

Malaga has more than 500 food businesses in the historic centre, which include restaurants, cafes, bars, and tapas vendors, all concentrated in a one kilometre square area. One can find many fish restaurants due to the port and the famous fried fish that some say made Malaga famous a long time ago. The city boasts many wine bars for those who want to indulge in Malagan  wine, such as the Restaurante El Pimpi and the Antigua Casa de Guardia. 

Malaga also has a great shopping quarter - Calle Larios and Calle Nueva have many shops in the historic centre. El Corte Ingles is a designer department store offering local and international luxury products, ranging from homeware to clothing and stationary. A must visit for shopping fans wanting a bargain.

SELWO MARINA
Selwo Marina is a small marine park located in Benalmádena, Spain. It is the only park of its kind in Andalusia. The park has 4 areas; ‘Antillas’, ‘Las Hondonada’, ‘Amazonia’ and ‘Isla de Hielo’. ‘Antillas’ is where the dolphin and sea lion pools are located. There are 4 large pools, three of which are home to their three bottlenose dolphins, and the last used for interactive programmes such as Swim With a Sea Lion. ‘Las Hondonada’ is the area where both the Bird and Snake Shows take place. There are also aviaries to view the parrots when they aren’t performing. ‘Amazonia’ is a small indoor area containing tank of snakes, lizards, fish, caimans and a collection of others. ‘Isla de Hielo’ translates to ‘Island of Ice’ and is home to their collection of penguins. The penguin exhibit mimics that of their natural habitat; the amount of light they receive during the day is relative to what they would receive in the wild, so that during the summer the lights are at their dimmest, and in winter they are at their brightest.

IGLESIA MAYOR DE LA ENCANACION
The Mayor of St. Mary of the Incarnation or Greater Church of the Incarnation Church is the largest religious monument in the city. Bishop of Málaga D. Pedro de Toledo ran the churh until early 1400. Two parts make this architectural National Monument. The oldest part, recently, reflects a Gothic style.

Old Town:

SITUATED OUTSIDE THE LOS PLAZA DE NARANJOS, AND CIRCLING MARBELLA CITY HIDES THE BEAUTIFUL OLD TOWN.

 A visitor who arrives without prior knowledge will surely be surprised by the Old Quarter of Marbella, as it is not common for a city that is linked by choice to the modern world and large scale tourism to have managed to preserve the imprint of the past in an equal or greater degree than those localities whose fame is based on the historic and artistic legacies that they have inherited. The street plan of this part of the city preserves the irregular layout that is characteristic of the Arabic era, although some of its narrow streets open onto plazas designed immediately after the Christian Conquest. Of its ancient heritage special note should be taken of the Alcazaba or the Castle, in whose interior the original Arabic city was concentrated.

Los Naranjos Plaza (Plaza of the Orange Trees) is the result of the urban reorganisation carried by the conquerors. The Ayuntamiento (City Hall) stands on this beautiful plaza. It was built in the sixteenth century and enlarged in the eighteenth. Even older than the Ayuntamiento is the Casa del Corregidor (House of the Magistrate), adjoining the Capilla de Santiago Apóstol (Chapel of Saint James the Apostle), both of which were built in the sixteenth century. 

The attraction of Los Naranjos Plaza, however, does not lie exclusively in the aforementioned noble buildings but also in the way it continues in a sense to be the nerve centre of the old city. Numerous establishments of all types confer upon this corner of Marbella a distinctive atmosphere, and its broad and well-planned terraces are always filled with tourists who generally choose this place for a short rest after their tour of the historical district.

The former Hospital Bazán (sixteenth century) today houses the Museo del Grabado Español (Museum of Spanish Engraving), considered the best of its type in Spain. Not very far away from this complex of monuments stands La Encarnación Church, a temple of huge dimensions whose construction dates back to the seventeenth century. 

Surrounding the streets and historical context are independant, quaint shops, adding value and attraction to tourists and those looking for unusual, Spanish goods.

Despite the historical and artistic value of these buildings, however, the Old Quarter of Marbella is above all a refuge of enchantment and tranquillity where the nobility of its buildings mixes with charming establishments and bustling terraces, all in a context of cosmopolitanism and tradition that blend with the naturalness that comes from having always coexisted.

“WHILE RELIGION IS TAKEN WITH ABSOLUTE SERIOUSNESS, THERE IS A VERY LARGE INGREDIENT OF LAUGHTER AND ENJOYMENT THAT SPICES SPANISH CATHOLICISM.”

Religion in Spain has seen many faces and survived many struggles through the centuries. Today, Spain is a predominately Catholic country. However, with the continued influx of foreigners, numerous religions are also observed and accounted for throughout Spain.
Catholicism has played, and continues to play such a large role in the life of the country, that it can easily be called one of the bases on which the country stands politically and culturally.

Every year, there are numerous events organised in Marbella. They take place, in both the winter and summer months. The events give visitors a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the local culture and traditions. 

Religious events such as the Virgin del Carmen or the celebrations in honour of Marbella’s patron Saint, San Bernabé are popular local celebrations. The Tapa Feria is another one that comes highly recommended. Here are some local events that should not be missed;

The Three Kings parade takes place on the 5th of January. The parade is always a huge hit with children who can see the three Kings accompanied by their favourite cartoon characters, all hurling sweets as they pass by. The floats carrying the Kings pass through Marbella’s main streets Huerta de los Cristales, Severo Ochoa and Ricardo Soriano.

Marbella’s patron Saint is San Bernabe (Saint Bernard). Every year there are celebrations in his honour that start around the 11th of June and last for a week. The day fair and nightly celebrations take place all over Marbella, but in particular, in the Albarizas area. Flamenco, dancing, plenty of drinking and eating, concerts and parades. There’s something for everyone.

As with all coastal towns in Spain, Marbella also celebrates the Virgin del Carmen. The Virgin of the sea. Celebrations take place on the 16th of July. The parade passes through the traditional fishing port, to Puerto Banus and onto the Marina. The Virgin is eventually put back in the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnacion.

The Romeria de la Cruz de Juanar takes place every year on the 3rd of May. The Romeros (participants) go by foot to the “Cruz de Juanar” (altitude 1.160m). Legend has it that several fisherman got disorientated in the fog. When the fog cleared, the Juanar peak in the Sierra Blanca served as a guiding point back to safety. They decided to express their gratitude by creating the yearly pilgrimage.

More information, times and dates for the noted events can be found online or at your local tourist information centre.

Street Style:

Puerto Banús has become Marbella’s hot spot for shopping and street style, with fashionistas lining the streets, bars and nightclubs.

Despite being fairly small in size, Puerto Banus is a haven for shop-a-holics. With everything from one of the biggest Corte Ingles department stores in Spain and plenty of highstreet names, to top-end designer boutiques, Puerto Banus is it all.

The town has several shopping centres, including Marina Banus and Centro Plaza, however you will find the majority of the town’s designer labels in the marina area, along Calle Ribera.

Next to the luxury yachts in the marina you’ll find the luxury designer shops with names such as: Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Tom Ford, D&G, Lanvin, La Perla, Emporio Armani, Burberry, Gucci, Michael Kors, Missoni, Roberto Cavalli, Dior, Hermés Bang & Olufsen and Versace amongst many others. Basically, think of a designer name and they will have a store here! There is also a Superdry, Kiko Cosmetics, Sunglasses Hut and a Havaianas store, as well as several tourist shops.
The opening hours vary with each shop however most in this area are open every day until late, although some may not open on Sundays.

Julianna, 29.
Shirt Dress - Armarni
Shoes - Jimmy Choo
Sunglasses - Chloē

We spotted a few fashionistas shopping in Puerto Banús, and had a chat about their street style and where they shop. We also managed to catch up with TOWIE’s Lauren Pope shopping at the Marina. 

Lola, 23.
Black Shoes - Zara Studio
Blue Shoes - Forever 21
Bag - Zara TRF
Khaki Coat - Zara TRF
Grey Coat - Mango
Leggings - American Apparel
Skirt - River Island
T-Shirt - Zara TRF


“I PREFER THE HIGH STREET LOOK - MARBELLA HAS THE BEST ZARA I’VE EVER SEEN!”

Emilie, 27.
Watch - DKNY
T-Shirt - Zara Basics
Skirt - Miu Miu
Bag - Louis Vuitton
Shoes - Miu Miu


“I LIKE THE HIGH STREET FOR BARGAINS, BUTREALLY I LOVE MY DESIGNER ACCESSORIES.”

Lauren Pope, 31.
Shoes - Christian Louboutin
Playsuit - Topshop Boutique
Jacket - Celine
Clutch Bag - YSL

A Day In Marbella City Centre:

THE CITY WHERE THE SUN SHINES AND THERE’S SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

Situated along the Costa del Sol, Marbella is Spain’s answer to St Tropez. This chic holiday resort is a favoured get-away among the rich and famous and it’s not hard to see why. There’s an endless supply of world-class restaurants, luxury hotels, spectacular golf courses, fashionable shops, a lovely marina and a vast number of lively bars and clubs to keep you entertained til sunrise.

Marbella may be the most famous place on the Costa del Sol but there are numerous other areas that are well worth a visit! There is a wealth of things on offer in the surrounding region with each destination offering its own individual qualities. You can visit the ‘white village’ Mijas and wander the cobbled streets, dine in the mountains at Benahavis or go down to Gibraltar to see the rock and the monkeys that reside there.

With the N340 coastal motorway traveling right across the Coast it is extremely easy for those that are unfamiliar with the area to navigate their way around the Coast! All the areas listed are within a two hour

drive of Marbella and hiring a rental car at Malaga Airport is often the most popular and cost effective way of getting around! Marbella doesn’t do anything by halves, and that’s certainly true of its beaches. You’ve got 24 of them streaking their way across a 25-kilometre stretch from Guadalmina to Las Chapas via Puerto Banus. They come with dark sand or pebbles. Most do a great line in watersports, and several are backed by shops and restaurants on the Paseo Maritimo walkway.

Marbella has plenty more history, thanks to the Romans who left their sandalled mark in the suburban San Pedro area. Here, you can visit their old baths and take in the ruins of the Rio Verde Roman Villa. For trips further afield – about an hour-and-a-half by bus – there’s Ronda, a city sliced in half by the dramatic Tajo Gorge. One side has the old town, the other a new quarter packed with smart shops and restaurants.

Fighting Spirit:

THEY SAY THAT TO UNDERSTAND THE SPANISH YOU MUST FIRST GO TO A BULLFIGHT!

Spain has always been famous for its bull-fights as have other countries all over the world.. In Spain the bullfight is called the Fiesta Nacional (The national Sport). There are few places in Spain where a bull-ring can’t be found within a short drive. It is the most common thing associated with Spain, and rightly so for its origins date back to 711AD when the first bullfight took place in honour of the crowning of King Alfons VIII. Every week, all over Spain, many thousands of Spaniards flock to the nearest bullring, but not all Spaniards agree with the sport, or like it.

It is reported that each year, within Spain alone, 24,000 bulls are killed in front of an audience of 30 million people. The bullfighting season usually runs from March to October depending on Province. Bullfighting was originally done on horseback and was a sport reserved for the aristocracy.

There are bullfights every day in Marbella and on the Costa del Sol from May through to the end of summer. The timetable for the Sunday bull fight timetable comes a week before the actual bull fight.

You can buy tickets for the bullfight just in front of the bullring or at the bullfight ticket office itself in the walls of the Marbella bull ring or any other bull ring in Spain. On the day of the fight the ticket offices will remain open from 10am until the fight starts.

You can also buy tickets on the internet through an online internet bullfight ticket office. Below you see a typical ticket seller on a street corner on the day of the fight. 

Bullfight times change as the days get shorter. At the beginning of May the bull fights start at 7pm and as the month progresses, the times are brought forward. 

After the bullfight you can buy a large colourful bullfight poster showing the names of the bullfighters, the venue and the date amongst with other souvenirs.

Bullfighting in Spain still has a big following and most fights or corridas have a good turn out on Sundays. 

“COURAGE AND GRACE IS A FORMIDABLE MIXTURE. THE ONLY PLACE TO SEE IT IS THE BULLRING.” 

Top 10 Places to Eat and Drink:

MARBELLA IS FULL OF STUNNING RESTAURANTS AND BARS, ALLOWING ONE TO BE SUITED FOR ANY OCCASSION, WHILST BEING ABLE TO FIND SOMETHING FOR YOUR BUDGET.

NIKKI BEACH
Nikki Beach is just a €30 taxi journey from Puerto Banús and represents everything cool and glamourous about beachside chilling in Spain. This is where Marbella’s exclusive crowd can be found and is universally known for their fun vibes and good food.

LA SALA
La Sala promises the ultimate social and dining experience day and night, and they don’t disappoint with an extensive menu and a lively crowd. 

Soak up the atmosphere on their decked terrace, opt for private dining, or sit right in the middle of it all with one of their bar-side tables – it’s up to you.

NAMAZAKE
If you’re into your Japanese food, Namazake is set within the Marbella Club and has a reputation for being one of the best Japanese restaurants in the area. It’s also right next door to Suite nightclub, so it’s the perfect starting point for a night of debauchery.

INFUSCHIA
Alternatively, Infuschia restaurant is just on the side of popular night spot Tibu, and offer a variety of great dining deals, especially good if you’re in a big group, and perfect if you want to pop next door for some partying afterwards.

PIZZERIA PICASSO
If you’re looking for somewhere  cheap, central, easy and fun, you can’t go wrong with a trip to 
Pizzeria Picasso on the Marina side at Puerto Banús. You’ll find plenty more independent and authentic eateries if you take the time to explore the area, all varying slightly in price.

RESTAURANTE ALTAMIRANO
Restaurante Altamirano is a lovely fishrestaurant and remember they only serve fish and shellfish. Everything is very plain and simple, the only dishes they serve are presented in the fishcounter with the catch of the day. Very spanish and very charming.

HARD ROCK CAFE 
Located in the heart of Marbella City Centre, Hard Rock Cafe makes an appearance adding to their chain of international eateries and bars. With the standard, yet iconic menu tactfully in place, there really is something for everyone at the Hard Rock Cafe. Perfect for kids also, doubling as an attraction as well as a venue.

LINECKERS BAR
Situated in Puerto Banús, ex-footballer Gary Linecker opened a VIP bar and club in the heart of the Marina. Popular in the evening with celebrities, socialities and hen/stag do’s. Be sure to book a VIP table for free drinks, table service and entrance to the mezzanine.

BEACH CLUB MARBELLA
Beach Club offers table service as well as sun lounge service for both food and drinks depending on your mood. Known for its Champagne parties, this hot spot does not come cheap, but works out great for groups sharing! Situated  on the beach just off the Puerto Banús Marina.

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