Estepona is one of those places that captivates visitors who wander through its renovated old town, with that marvelous contrast between the white-painted streets and the colours of the plants, giving life to this “Jardín de la Costa del Sol”, or garden of the Costa del Sol.
Museums in Estepona
If you’d like to discover the essence of Estepona, visit the Virgen de los Remedios, Torre del Reloj, Castillo de San Luís, Plaza de Las Flores and, of course, Calle Real, lined with shops, bars and restaurants that are bursting with life both during the day and at night.
After exploring the streets in the centre, you can continue your visit on the seafront lined with vendor stalls, activities and entertainment during the summer months. And if you’re looking for fun, don’t skip the port, whose bars and clubs remain open until the wee hours of the morning, a popular meeting point for visitors from all corners of the coast.
Leisure activities in Estepona
You will also be amazed by Estepona’s beautiful beaches, where you can enjoy countless water activities, such as kayaking, paddle surfing, diving… and end the day relaxing at any of its beach bars while watching the gentle sea, feeling the sand in your toes, enjoying the sunshine and wonderful views of Gibraltar and North Africa.