5 reasons to come to Estepona

Estepona is a municipality in the province of Málaga, located on the Western Costa del Sol, close to the border with the province of Cádiz. Close to its urban core is located the Marina of Estepona, managed by Marinas del Mediterráneo, the third largest port in the province in capacity, With 447 Moorings.

It is an attractive city for the visitor, combining sun and beach tourism, for which she is known, with the essence of a typical Andalusian village. Below we invite you to know five reasons why visit Estepona.

Its beaches

With a coastline of 20 km in length, Estepona has an offer of beaches of different types according to the preferences of each visitor. In the heart of the city, attached to the urban core, is the beach of The Rada, the most popular among the esteponeros due to its proximity and the best equipped with services for bathers. To the west of the Marina is the Christ Beach, a cove protected from warm waters. The softness of its slope makes it ideal for families with children. On the outskirts of the city are the beaches of the census, Velerin, Or Cowboy Creek, all of them of great width and length. It is also found Natura Coast, one of the first naturist beaches in Spain.

Its gastronomy

Estepona is a place full of leisure plans, but if it stands out for something it is for its gastronomic offer, which has been increased in quality and number of establishments in recent years. It highlights the fresh fish, symbol of local cuisine, it can be found in numerous bars and restaurants throughout the town. Fried fish and espetos are preferred by natives and visitors. However, there is no shortage of quality restaurants and bars that offer dishes of all kinds and bring the gastronomy of many parts of the world in Estepona. In the same Marina we find typical local restaurants such as 'La Escollera' or 'La Taberna de Lucía', in addition to others of Italian gastronomy, China, Thai or Indian.

Its historic center

It is essential to know the old part of the city, just a short walk from the Marina, a sea of white alleys adorned with colorful flowers that preserve the essence of an Andalusian village that has never lost Estepona despite having the glamour of the Costa del Sol. The Plaza de Las Flores, the castle of San Luis, the Church of remedies, the Clock Tower and the Poetry Route make a walk through the center a pleasant experience that you can not miss if you visit Estepona.


Estepona has a privileged climate throughout the year, which makes it an ideal place for golf, receiving visitors from all over Europe who come to practice it. The municipality has 8 high quality golf courses, with options for all levels and tastes. Like this, you can enjoy this wonderful sport before or after a day of sailing in the waters of Estepona.


Estepona is located in a privileged place. Its proximity to Marbella makes its visitors have at a pace all the glamour and leisure offer of this important city. Less than an hour away is Malaga, one of the spanish capitals with the highest growth and with a cultural offer on the rise, with numerous museums of international prestige. At a similar distance is the essential Ronda. Within the region of the Costa del Sol Occidental are municipalities such as Casares, Manilva or Benahavís that surprise the tourist by its authenticity and gastronomic offer.

All this and more awaits you in Estepona. Contact Marinas del Mediterráneo and pay us a visit.

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