Estepona is a popular coastal town that has succeeded in maintaining its pueblo charm and character while still offering all the facilities that make a great holiday location.
The numerous street cafes and tapas bars still serve traditional Spanish tapas at “local” prices while there are numerous international restaurants to cater for all tastes and pockets. The marina is next to the port which has an active fleet of fishing boats and supplies the towns restaurants with fresh fish daily.
The main beach is blue flag and has several chiringuitos and plenty of sun loungers with a long passeo to enjoy walks in the evening while deciding which of the many restaurants to go to.
In the 'old town' the narrow streets are pedestrianised and decorated with different colour flower pots where you can escape and soak up the relaxed atmosphere. Estepona has seen the construction of new tasteful contemporary developments in the last couple of years offering modern luxury, walking distance to everything that makes it so attractive.
The town offers all the amenities and facilities you would expect such as supermarkets (including a large Carrefour), pharmacies, banks, medical facilities, gym and cinema. All this and less than an hour from Malaga airport and 30 minutes from Gibraltar airport