A trip to Gibraltar and Puerto Banús
Estepona is just 15 minutes from Puerto Banús, the most famous nautical and tourist enclave in southern Spain. This exclusive marina is one of the greatest entertainment centres on the Costa del Sol.
The same distance away but in the other direction towards Cadiz is Gibraltar, known as the Rock, this place makes for a very curious visit indeed. This free port belongs to the UK and is a good place to go shopping.
Water sports, horse riding and golf
Located between the famous Puerto Banús and Sotogrande sheltered by the Sierra Bermeja, Estepona offers endless tourist, leisure and sports opportunities, among which we can highlight its over 20 kilometres of beaches where you can enjoy the sea and the sun.
Located near to Estepona are the best golf courses in Europe together with a wide range of water sports, horse riding and the best polo field in the south of Spain (in Sotogrande).
Beaches for all tastes
Rada beach, with its busy palm tree–lined promenade, the quiet beach of La Galera or Bahía Dorada and Costa Natura, a wild, private beach where the stones form bizarre marine landscapes are also of interest to beachgoers. Its busy marina is also notable.
Old town, with Andalucian personality
Estepona is a modern and cosmopolitan town but one in which you can still see the true Andalucian essence thanks to its old town with its narrow, white-washed streets, in which colourful hanging baskets of geraniums line the walls and windows. These streets lead you to neighbourhoods such as Villa, where you can see the San Luis Castle or the emblematic Clock Tower among other places of cultural interest.
Selwo is an adventure park which transports you to the heart of the African continent. Lions, tigers and elephants live together freely with another 2000 species. If you are looking to do something exciting and new you must visit Selwo.