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Holiday homes and rentals in Estepona
Holiday in Estepona and you will find so much to explore and enjoy. Holiday homes are available from right in front of the turquoise sea, back through the town and towards the National Park to the north. If you want to be in the thick of things, choose a holiday home that’s in the centre of town, but if you prefer tranquillity and Spanish countryside, head back inland a little into the suburbs that stretch towards the AP-7 highway.Luxury flats for a relaxing stay
Wake up to a delightful sea view each morning with flats waiting for you right next to the beach, Enjoy large swimming pools, often surrounded with plants and garden spaces. In the old town you’ll find rentals with gorgeous terraces decorated with bright red geraniums – a true splash of Spanish colour. There are holiday homes in Estepona for groups of all sizes – from single travellers and couples to large families or parties.
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The area and getting around
Most visitors to Estepona fly into Malaga airport which is only an hour away by car and two hours by bus. The old town is pedestrianized, with steep, small streets oozing with Spanish charm and history. Despite the number of tourists that Estepona welcomes, it has retained its true historic self in this area of the town. Browse the delightful shops and cafes and enjoy tapas and other traditional Spanish delicacies between exploring the little independent stores in more detail.A town of welcoming spaces
Like most Spanish towns, Estepona’s plazas (squares) are a space where things happen. Maybe you’ll be in town for a fiesta, or you’ll find the weekly market hosted in one of them. Sometimes there will be some street entertainment in the plaza. In between events, the plazas are where people meet and sit and chat, and there is a real sense of belonging, of community, in these friendly spaces. Take a moment to sit and contemplate as you watch the people going about their business who make Estepona their home.
Travellers and activities
There is no doubt that Estepona has one of the finest beaches in southern Spain. With a protective breakwater, fine sand and a gentle slope into the tranquil waters, Estepona’s beaches are safely reassuring for parents. With all facilities to hand you can easily spend the day there without having to leave. Bring a picnic or check out one of the chiringuitos – restaurants or cafes next to the beach – for delicious food and drinks. The clear turquoise water here is warmer than you might expect thanks to the gentle curve of the horseshoe-shaped bay which is protected from the wind.Estepona for hikers
Estepona is surrounded by the most stunning of countryside. Perfect for hikers, the terrain just outside Estepona town is not difficult, but if you really like a challenge, head for the Sierra Bermeja ranges. Covered with a pine tree unique to the area, these mountains offer experienced hikers a host of challenges in extraordinary surroundings. Spring waters en route are accessible to those wishing to use it. Reaching a height of 1,500 metres, these mountains are also driveable, so if you do not wish to take up the challenge, you can still experience the fine views from the top without doing all the hard work!
Estepona’s extraordinary microclimate means you can experience 325 days of sunshine each year!
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Andalucia is famous for its gazpacho soup – a soup served cold which is delightful in the hot summer. Made from tomatoes, garlic, cucumber and pepper it’s super healthy too!2. Explore the town’s street art
As you walk around Estepona, don’t be surprised if you come across a mural across an entire building. With more than 20 around the town, they include the largest mural set in Spain which covers 6 apartment blocks!3. 5,000 year old burial sites
The Corominas Necropolis is a museum and archaeology site where you can visit burial sites from the stone age. Check the opening times and beware that you usually you need to pre-book. A fascinating visit for those interested in this period of history.4. The marvellous marina
At the southern end of town is the delightful Estepona Marina, packed with high end restaurants and cafes and the Sunday Market. Marvel at the luxury yachts moored here before they go off on their next adventure.5. Outstanding orchids
Estepona’s orchidarium was only opened 2015 but it instantly became a must-visit for tourists and locals alike. Housing the world’s largest flower, which can grow up to 3 metres, as well as over 8,000 other species including 1300 orchids, the orchidarium is an important scientific centre as well as a wonderful day out. With sections laid out for plants from Asia and plants from the Americas, the orchidarium is educational as well as entertaining.