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“Estepona, formerly a fishing village, is now a popular destination for property buyers on the Costa del Sol. Estepona, the neighboring city of Marbella, still has its Andalusian charm and has something for everyone. Enjoy front line beach living on the New Golden Mile.”

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Estepona is located in the province of Málaga, in the south of Andalusia, directly on the Mediterranean Sea on the Costa del Sol. The best way to reach the seaside resort from most countries is via Malaga airport. It only takes 60 minutes to drive on the A-7 expressway or the AP-7 motorway, which is subject to a charge. It is 33 km from Estepona to Marbella city center and 90 km from Málaga.

Despite tourism, the city still has something of its Andalusian charm. There is something for everyone with the many beaches and Estepona’s central location allows many day trips to the region.

The population of 67,000 people triples in the summer months. Behind the city towers the massive Reales, the 1,440 m high rust-red local mountain of Estepona. It keeps the north winds away from the city and allows the seaside resort on the Costa del Sol 300 days of sunshine a year.

Swimming, hiking, playing golf or just relaxing. Estepona has a lot to offer – especially in the summer months.

What you should definitely do in Estepona: Explore the small alleys and squares of the beautiful old town, stroll on the New Golden Mile promenade and take a trip into the surrounding mountains.

Estepona officially has twelve beaches. These extend for almost 15 kilometers between the towns of Casares and Manilva in the west and Marbella in the east.

The city beach Playa La Rada with its beautiful promenade is particularly popular in the summer months. In the east of the city is Playa El Saladillo, the city’s largest beach. Here you can stroll along the beautiful New Golden Mile.

The smaller Playa El Cristo near the port is very popular with families. Costa Natura Beach (Playa Arroyo Vaquero) in the west of Estepona was the first official nudist beach in Spain.

The cozy old town and the harbor beckon for sightseeing and shopping. You can go shopping in the pedestrian street Calle Real and some of its parallel streets, the Plaza de las Flores is a nice place for a little break. In the old town there are more and more houses with a house wall painted by artists.

Also worth seeing are the Estepona Orchidarium, the Paleontological Museum (Museo Paleontológico de Estepona) and the Archaeological Museum (Museo Arqueológico).

Many hotels along the 21 kilometer long coastline are located directly on the wide sandy beach. The best known is the 5-star Hotel Kempinski Bahía. Beautiful luxury hotels by the sea are also the Elba Estepona Gran Hotel & Thalasso Spa and the Marriott’s Playa Andaluza.

If you want to stay in the old town of Estepona, the romantic Hotel Casa Veracruz is a good address.

The excellent restaurants on the harbor, but especially on Calle Caridad, and the chiringuitos on the beach serve Andalusian delicacies as well as international cuisine. After a relaxed dinner with a glass of the famous sherry wine, there are lively hours in the countless bars and clubs at the marina or in the city center.

At the sea there are water sports such as kite surfing and jet skiing, but it is guaranteed not to be boring on land either. Golf on one of the six nearby courses, horse riding in the Escuela del Arte Ecuestre riding stadium.

Play sports in two football arenas and two complexes for indoor sports, view exhibitions in the congress hall, enjoy plays and concerts in the Teatro Auditorio Felipe VI or open air concerts in Parque San Visit Isidro de los Pedregales. The bullring or a feria in the new Recinto Ferial or stroll on the promenade of the “New Golden Mile” on the eastern outskirts.

This is now part of the 184 km long coastal path GR-92 (Senda Litoral) from Manilva to Nerja. On the entire coast of Estepona, the trail was already ¾ completed in 2020.

Children look forward to a visit to the Selwo Aventura zoo and the playgrounds on the long beach promenade along the old town. Hiking and mountain biking in the surrounding mountains ensure more active days in Estepona.

You shouldn’t fall because there is no public hospital. Anyone who falls ill must be treated privately or drive to the “Hospital Costa del Sol” in Marbella, 40 km away. However, the new construction of a public hospital for Estepona has now been completed in the eastern district of Santa Maria. The hospital is scheduled to go into operation in late 2020 or early 2021.

Estepona now also has a private university, the second in Andalusia after the Universidad Loyola. Until the new building in the west of Estepona is completed, the university will be housed in the Centro Cultural Padre Manuel near the football stadium.

Estepona is known for its exuberant summer fiestas. It starts with the night celebration for the summer solstice “Quema de Los Bigotes de San Juan” (burning of the mustache of San Juan) on June 23rd, followed by the annual city festival Fiestamayores Ferias at the beginning of July and the fishermen’s festival Virgen del Carmen every year on the 16th. July.

On these festive occasions, the historic old town of Estepona and the huge new Feria site on the northern outskirts are meeting places for locals and tourists almost around the clock.

The first traces of settlement go back to the Paleolithic and the Phoenicians. The Romans came to the area around 300 BC and built salt fish factories and thermal baths. For 700 years the Arabs shaped the city with their fortress Al Extebuna. Some ruins of the watchtowers on Estepona Beach can still be seen today, where pirates were kept on the lookout. At the end of the 15th century, the Castilian king Enrique IV defeated the Arabs.

Properties for sale in Estepona; Are you looking to move permanently to Estepona or invest in a holiday home? Then you are making an great decision – and here at Marbella Residential, we can help you to find your ideal Estepona property.

As one of the premier real estate agents in Estepona, our property database features an enormous range of Estepona properties for sale – something to suit all your needs and requirements – we continuously search the Estepona property market to find the best listings for our clients.

Properties for sale in Estepona – our property database has all types of properties to suit all your needs. Whether you’re looking for a brand new development, a frontline golf property, a stylish front line beach property or apartment, a traditional Estepona villa. Marbella Residential has Estepona properties for sale to suit all preferences and requirements. Generally property prices here are well below Marbella’s prices, most people can find an Estepona property within their budget.

Now that you have decided that you want to own a dream Estepona property, or simply just interested in a property for sale in Estepona you can then start your search by using our online ‘property search function’. This search tool allows you to filter the properties for sale in Estepona by location, type, price and the number of bedrooms.

Alternatively, you’re always welcome to contact our Estepona property team. Over the years we have helped 100’s clients find their dream property in the Estepona area – can we do the same for you?

Simply let us know what you’re looking for and we will search the market for suitable options and arrange viewings on your behalf.