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Estepona (Malaga)

The best of the old quarter

Over two thousand years ago the Phoenicians discovered the beauty of Estepona and since then this town has become a wonderful melting pot of cultures. The best way to see the old town is to amble through its white streets which preserve the charm of Andalucian traditions. Don’t miss:

 

Distances calculated from the Hotel Fuerte Estepona

 

The Old quarter Los Remedios Church (10 min by car)

Los Remedios Church was originally called San Francisco Church and was built on the old Veracruz Chapel thanks to donations from the inhabitants of Estepona. It is a place loved by the people of Estepona.

The Old quarter Municipal Museum of Estepona (15 min by car)

The Municipal Museum of Estepona is a museum complex comprised of five differently themed areas: archaeology, palaeontology, ethnography, bullfighting and sound and image. The museum brings together all the history of the town highlighting its miniature ethnographic collection.

The Old quarter Watch Tower (15 min by car)

This is the tower of the destroyed Fortress Church (15th C). The origins of this tower are Arabic, a period during which it was probably the minaret of a mosque. After the town was taken by the Spanish it was converted into a church, with the tower used as a bell tower.

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