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Last November, a 24-year-old Brit was stabbed in Puerto Banus and two months earlier Craig Moran, 35, was shot in the legs in Marbella, tortured and knifed in an attack believed to be linked to a drug deal.
The court heard he had to make 'a very sharp exit' from a bar in Puerto Banus when he realised the authorities were onto him in 2008.
"TRILLIONAIRE is a millionaire-magnet and so is Puerto Banus," states Silvio Sulichin from his downtown Miami office, "...so that's where we'll be."
Last month, TOWIE star Jake Hall, 24, was stabbed in Puerto Banus, on the Costa del Sol.
He said: "I just want to pass on a warning to all my friends maybe in and around Puerto Banus Marbella.
Picking up from where it left, this week will feature Camila Banus' final episodes and her character Gabi's final moments in Salem City.
I WAS sunning myself in Puerto Banus near Marbella last week, but have to admit it has never really been my type of place before - full of luxury yachts and flash expensive cars.
EVEN among the spectacular high-rise towers of Spain's Costa del Sol coastline, the amazing marina of Puerto Banus, bulging with the luxury yachts of international billionaires, is still an awesome site two decades after it was built.
Lisa Haynes packed her big sunglasses and credit cards for a break in celebrity central, Puerto Banus...
Murphy was punished for his riding of Oasis Banus, who finished eighth in the Moore Scott `National Hunt' Maiden Hurdle at the Shropshire track on Wednesday.
He has now bought properties on two different developments, an apartment at El Retiro De Bel-Air, some seven minutes from Puerto Banus, and a three-bedroom townhouse in Marina De Casares, after signing up with specialist firm Ocean View Properties.
Maria Banus's debut volume burst upon the literary Romanian scene of the thirties, spilling out the treasures of an Eros both aggressive and tender, in songs of adolescence anticipating love.