About Estepona


Find out more about Estepona, Andalusia and the Costa del Sol.


Despite it’s welcoming approach to tourists, Estepona has remained a very Spanish town and, unlike many towns on the Costa del Sol, it is not spoiled by tourism. It is a very relaxed Andalusian town, with picturesque squares where you can chill with a cup of coffee and sit and watch the world go by. Alternatively you can stroll through Estepona’s narrow streets of the old part of the city to enjoy the traditional Spanish atmosphere.


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In Estepona’s center, the Plaza de las Flores, you will find a bustling meeting-place, where you can also find guides to the historical places of Estepona. The history of the city goes far back, and a number of beautiful buildings are at the main square and in the old town. An area that is increasingly popular, but that has preserved the atmosphere of peace and where you still Andalusian influences in the architecture. In the small streets, paved with cobblestones are buildings like Castillo del Nicio and the famous Torre de Reloj.

The port is known for the luxury yachts that Moor and the busy Saturday market. You will also find most of the bars and restaurants of Estepona. at night there in the port of Estepona a whole different atmosphere, if the people from the bars even on the street. There are also two great golf courses 15 minutes from the Centre of Estepona, where you can pay at a time: the golf course of Estepona, a 18-hole golf course 1 km from the city, and the Los Flamingos Golf & Country Club. …

It is a very family-oriented Andalusia town .