Estepona being one of the few remaining towns here that has managed to keep its Spanish charm, this relatively small town with its cobbled streets feels more like the Spain of the 70’s still offering tapas and Spanish delicacies but is now becoming increasingly popular with buyers still wanting to cherish the traditional Spain.

Don’t be mistaken in thinking that the old town is all that Estepona has to offer as in the night time it comes to life with all the little bars and restaurants bursting with a mixture of locals and tourists all enjoying the Spanish way of life, there’s also the port which is full of shops bars restaurants all offering much cheaper prices than some of the areas on the Costa del Sol.

Airports
Málaga: 75 km, Gibraltar: 56 km
Golf
Estepona Golf, Finca Cortesin Hotel Golf & Spa
Schools
International School Estepona, Mayfair Academy