The Ultimate Estepona Travel Guide

Cafe Spain Squares Street Estepona

Estepona is a coastal resort town in the province of Málaga, Andalusia, southern Spain. It has about 40,000 inhabitants, and it’s also home to one of Europe’s most famous golf courses. The town itself offers plenty for tourists to do with its miles of beachfront and various restaurants. A visit to Estepona will surely be an unforgettable experience!

The first thing that binds and attracts you to Estepona is the street cafes and tapas bars that look fabulous and serve mouth-watering delicacies like squid and boqurones. And if you thought that you had to come to a distinctive place in a different era, the cobbled and narrow streets would definitely give your mind a push in the direction. It is as if it was still time when the horses wandered around the town and cars had not yet been invented. As you will come to know, Galore with shops and bodegas, Estepona is very very friendly.

Once you reach, one of the must-see places in the marina beach. The marina beach is just the place to stroll around and relax, admire the natural beauty and hitch a ride in one of the ships as well if you are up for it. The marina is also known for the handicraft market held every Sunday on the beach, where you may end with some unusual but fascinating artifacts if you look hard enough. If you are visiting with family, the El Cristo beach, situated in a wonderfully sheltered cove, warrants a visit for the fantastic water sports activities that it has.

Top Things to do in Estepona

Its fine climate makes it possible to practice various outdoor leisure activities, such as visiting a corner of the African Savannah, looking out for the dolphins that live along the coast, go diving, learn about the local maritime tradition, take a guided tour on segway of bicycle, karting, have a game of paintball or enjoy horse-riding, among other activities.

  1. Selwo Aventura offers you the chance to experience an African adventure in the middle of Costa del Sol, with an exciting expedition across its wildlands to discover the legendary continent’s most representative species.
  2. The Escuela de Arte Ecuestre Costa del Sol is one of the most notable and renowned horse-riding centers in Spain, offering some of the most modern facilities in Europe. Its main aim is to practice horse riding among horse lovers.
  3. The Felipe VI Auditorium is the largest performance space on the Costa del Sol. It features a main hall with room for 600 people and an adjacent hall with seating for a further 100, where you can enjoy theatre performances, concerts, and other shows. It also boasts the most modern technical equipment tailored to the congress sector.

If you’re planning a vacation to the Costa del Sol, I hope this post has been helpful. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite spots in Estepona that are worth checking out, and we’ll be back with more recommendations soon! In the meantime, if you have any questions about things to do or where to stay while visiting any of the places we have covered before, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Thank you for reading, and happy travels!

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