Estepona is a bustling coastal town between Marbella and Sotogrande, which has managed to keep its traditional Spanish character and atmosphere. Situated at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja Mountains, the former fishing village appears as a perfect place to live for families and people who appreciate life away from the more commercialized parts of the Costa del Sol.
Tucked away on cobbled streets, the town Centre offers many shops, traditional bars and restaurants with a wide range of cuisine to cater for all tastes. Estepona’s popular marina is set in a nice Spanish ambience, enjoying splendid views to its magnificent yachts and the Mediterranean Sea. An alluring place for a stroll with friends or family, the port offers the same good food from midday until late evening. The promenade boasts a wide clean, sandy beach, which on many occasions has been awarded the European Blue Flag and offers chiringuitos (beach bars) dotted all along it. Not to forget, in the area are some of the best golf courses that the coast has to offer as well as the "Escuela De Arte Ecuestre Costa Del Sol", one of the biggest and most renowned equestrian centres in Spain, offering some of the finest equestrian facilities in Europe. Selwo Aventura Nature and Wildlife Park, a major tourist attraction, great for both children and adults, is well worth a visit and will provide a memorable day.
With all the convenience, infrastructure, international schools and private leisure facilities, Estepona makes an ideal location for a holiday home or permanent residence