Originally an Andalusian fishing village, despite its increasing popularity and growth it has retained all it’s typical Spanish charm.
Estepona has millions of flowers, flower pots, trees, acres of green parks and more being created as “green lungs” for the population. It has a thriving cultural scene and a packed programme of art, music and dance, much of it free. There are festivals, celebrations and events throughout the year and it’s remarkably busy even in winter. There are over 60 murals painted on the walls, a wonderful sculpture route through the town, a poets route, and modern fountains and lights installed at every turn.
The new promendade that runs all along the seafront for approx 15 km is a fantastic walk or cycle with the family. There are lovely bars, cafes, parks and sculpture stops along the way.
And with many new underground parking lots for 1000s of cars, at just 1 euro during the day, there’s no excuse not to drive down and enjoy this fantastic place whilst visiting Marbella. Fall in love and come back to stay in one of our Estepona luxury villas.