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Puerto Banus is renowned for its glamourous bars and clubs. © istock
Puerto Banus is renowned for its glamourous bars and clubs.

Puerto Banus Nightlife

Marbella is one of the most famous places in Europe for its glamorous nightlife scene, however, many of the most exclusive venues can be found in Puerto Banus. Although Puerto Banus is in no way tranquil by day, it definitely comes alive at night, especially during the summer months, with both a local and tourist crowd. The club-going crowd here tends to dress up in their most glamorous outfits and highest heels. Don't be surprised if you see a reality TV star or two dancing the night away!



The majority of the bars are located along Calle Ribera and along the second line, open until late at night. There are also several other clubs in other locations: TIBU in Plaza Antonio Banderas, Pangea at the end of the marina next to the tower and Sleek and Aqwa Mist which are just on the other side of the Autovia Mediterraneo.

For the purposes of this listing a ‘Night Club' is primarily a dance venue with a late ( 6am) opening license. Although there isn't usually an entrance fee. Groups will need to book a table in advance in the summer.    A ‘Music Bar' will have a DJ or live music and a popular dance floor. It will be a more open bar atmosphere and probably a semi-late license to 3am.    A Bar or Pub is primarily a meeting venue although it may also have music, sometimes live, and possible dancing in an area but it will not dominate.  License will probably be to 2am. 


Night Clubs in Puerto Banus

Dreamers Disco

Dreamers which reopened 2018 was always known to many regulars to Marbella as the large nightclub oposite Puerto Banus. More >

Aqwa Mist

Popular sophisticated nightclub that hold 600 is famous for its luxury entrance where guests pass under a silver waterfall. More >


Pangea is a stylish South Beach-meets-the-souk nightclub with a sultry al fresco terrace. More >


Boasting stylish Indian decor, VIP Area, outdoor terrace for up to 100 people. More >

Scream Disco

As the name suggests it is a lively and often raucous venue, and Scream attracts a predominantly young crowd. More >

TIBU Disco

If you like house music, then there is no better club in Puerto Banus that TIBU. Big beds on the terrace of TIBU add to the luxury and opulence. More >

Bijou Banus

Bijous Banus has a large open terrace with full service, resident DJ bringing the up to the minute sounds. More >


Popular summer season nightclub at entrance to Puerto Banus. Themed nights. More >


Music Bars in Puerto Banus

News Cafe

News Café is one of the trendy bars in Puerto Banus. Located on the front line. Has many celebrity fans. More >

La Sala Bar

Convenient meeting place for those heading out to Puerto Banus complex, but also a first class venue in iuts own right with reasonable prices. More >

Linekers Lounge

Unique atmosphere of the largest bar in Puerto Banus, where every night live sports from around the world are broadcast on huge plasma screens. More >

Joys Live

Joys live used to be called 'Old Joy's' and is one of the longest open and popular pubs in Puerto Banus. More >

La Habana de Hemingway

La Habana de Hemingway is a cocktail bar with lively disco dance floor in Puerto Banus. More >


Bars in Puerto Banus

Astral Cocktail Bar

Popular open-air bar next to the entrance to the marina built like a wooden pirate's ship has been a fixture in Puerto Banus since 2002. More >

O'Grady's Pub

Bustling Irish bar located on the second line. Popular with young locals and tourists, many of whom are (not surprisingly) from Ireland. More >

Salduba Pub

Located in the corner of the marina on the front line with outdoor seating makes it the perfect location to sip a drink and people watch. More >

Sinatra's Bar

Very popular bar is an icon of the Puerto Banus marina front. An ideal place to relax during the day, while at night it transforms into a meeting place. More >



Casino Nueva Andalucia, Andalucia Plaza Hotel
Vast casino. Live show during the summer. Part of the Andalucia Plaza Hotel. Open Monday to Thursday 8pm to 4am and Friday and Saturday 8pm - 5am. Roulette, blackjack and poker, plus a bar and restaurant in which to celebrate - or not. Don't forget your passport and dress quasi-formal or you won't get in. Art exhibitions held regularly all year. Don't miss their inaguration parties.  More>