Estepona · Spain | Costa del Sol - Costa Blanca - Mallorca
Estepona is at the ocean
Estepona has a lot of well priced developments
Properties for rent and sale in Estepona
Estepona is close to Marbella and Puerto Banus, however there are many differences between the jetset towns and Estepona. Estepona has a lovely cosy little harbour, which is small and many locals can be spotted amongst tourists. Esteponas essential economic sources were for years, the fishing, agriculture and cattle, and even today, remain some of those economic factors, though tourism has become the main one. And that of course due to its wonderful climate, well kept sandy beaches, such as La Rada and Cristo Beach, and an extraordinary touristic offer, which comprise from golf courses and pleasure crafts harbour to its fantastic restaurants.
Moving to Estepona
Living in Estepona is good, high standard of living in the many well designed urbanizations, houses, apartments, villas and complexes, making Estepona the chosen city of thousands of tourists every year, and the elected place of fixed residence for many of them.
The coast continues to be upmarket until you reach Estepona, about 30 km west, which is a more or less spanish resort - in as much as thats possible round here. It lacks the enclosed hills that give Marbella character, but the hotel and apartment blocks which sprawl along the front are restrained in size, and there's space to breathe.
The fine sand beach has been enlivened a little by a promenade studded with flowers and palms, and away from the seafront, the old town is very pretty.
Map of Estepona
Estepona area information
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