In one of the most scenic corners of the Costa del Sol is the town of Estepona. This charming town is situated between the Mediterranean Sea, a fertile valley criss-crossed by streams and the beautiful green Sierra Bermeja mountains.
The town enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, with an average annual temperature of 17ºC and almost 300 days of sunshine each year. All these ingredients make this town one of the most important tourist destinations along the southern coast of Spain and the ideal location to have a second home.
Estepona has the best of everything that the mountains and the sea have to offer. The town and its municipal area have over 23km of beautiful beaches as well as a wide range of services and amenities that guarantee safety and enjoyment along one of the most extensive coastlines in the province of Malaga. The marina of Estepona, is a popular location for those looking for leisure and entertainment at night, especially during the summer months.
The nearby Sierra Bermeja mountains are the ideal natural environment to enjoy all types of outdoor activities, like hiking, cycling or bird watching.
Thanks to the touristic importance of the town, Estepona has many and varied leisure facilities, like five top quality golf courses, a tennis club and the Costa del Sol School of Equestrian Art, one of the most notable and renowned equestrian centres in Europe.
In addition to its beaches and numerous leisure activities, Estepona has a beautiful, well-kept historic centre of Andalusian architecture, with a network of narrow streets full of white painted houses decorated with flowers, which has been declared one of the most beautiful attractions on the coast of Malaga. The charm of the town is also based on its extremely active artistic and cultural communities, which are additional attractions that go beyond the natural beauty of its surroundings. Various monuments and museums, as well as a prehistoric necropolis, are also part of the rich heritage of Estepona.
The popular, traditional and unique festivals in Estepona are also worth mentioning. These are celebrated throughout the year and the vibrant and colourful fiestas are enjoyed by both locals and visitors alike on the special days of celebration.
Let's not forget the fabulous gastronomy of the region, composed of all kinds of delicacies, primarily with a seafood flavour. Fried or roasted fish "en espeto" is the celebrated dish of its restaurants and is the ideal complement to a good traditional gazpacho.
Estepona is an explosion of colour, tradition and well-being, where you can enjoy the best that life can offer every day of the year.
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