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Choose from hundreds of Estepona villas to enjoy the summer of 2018. Compare hundreds of holiday rentals from the beach of La Rada and save time and money booking on our website. Get your SPF at the ready, because the Cristo Beach, Costa Natura Beach and more are awaiting your visit. Whether you’re looking for Estepona holiday apartments in the historic centre or in the Punta de la Plata, if you prepare for your trip in plenty of time, you can find many accommodation offers from around £50 per night. Estepona town is very popular due to its privileged position on the Costa del Sol, and its proximity to the Sierra Bermeja and other charming towns such as Marbella, Benalmádena and Fuengirola. The apartments are one of the best options for staying in Estepona, as you can use them as a base to move around the region at your leisure. If you’re travelling with children, Selwo Adventure is a must see within the area, as this theme park has over 200 different animal species. Do not wait any longer to book your Estepona holiday rental with us - in the town of Estepona, you will be greeted by the beautiful ‘Mediterranean garden’ streets, relaxing beaches and up to 10 golf courses, so it’s impossible that you’ll be bored during your stay.

Best places to stay in Estepona

Estepona is a town and municipality located on the Western Costa del Sol, Andalusia. This corner of the province of Malaga is a very popular tourist destination during the summer months. An interesting fact about this town is that they call it "The Garden of the Costa del Sol", due to the remodeling in the historic centre so that its aesthetics would adapt to the flowery streets that are in some towns of Andalusia. In the municipality of Estepona you will find up to 10 golf courses, which also attracts many tourists interested in this sport. Some popular places to stay in Estepona are as follows:

  • Historic Centre - Ge lost in the traditional alleys of an Andalusian village, with pedestrian streets adorned with flower pots, colorful murals and monuments from the medieval era. Do not miss the Calle de la Aurora and Calle Florida. From the Estepona rentals that we have on offer, you can reach the Barrio de la Villa, where you can find the remains of the San Luis Castle, the Clock Tower, the House of the Algibes and the municipal food market. Not far from here you will find the Barrio de Hornos, built around the old Camino de Casares, with low houses of humble origin. A little further away are the neighborhoods of Plaza Nueva, San Francisco and El Montecillo.
  • Paseo Marítimo - If you are looking for property to rent in Estepona, this area of ​​Estepona is what you are looking for. Staying in the Avenida de España you will be a few metres from the Playa de la Rada, which is the most popular in the municipality and here you can enjoy a refreshing swim comfortably. The Chiringuito Paco, the Peseta, El Pescador or El Madero are waiting for you with sardine tapas.
  • Puerto de Estepona - Up the Avenida del Carmen you will get to the Port of Estepona, which is another excellent area for Estepona marina apartment rental. From here you can go to Punta de la Maiden and see its beautiful lighthouse.
  • Punta de la Plata - Located at the other end of the town, you find the bay and Punta de la Plata, where several urbanisation are located for Estepona beach apartments Among them are the Alcazaba Beach urbanisation.

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Best time to visit Estepona

Because Estepona is mainly a sun and beach destination, the high season occurs in summer particularly in the months of June and July. The price of holiday accommodation in July starts at around £65 per night, so it highly advisable that you book your villas in Estepona near the beach in advance. If you’re looking for cheap accommodation in Estepona it is better to travel during the month of September when prices fall up to 25%. Other good times to visit include during Carnival (between the months of February and March), Holy Week or the Major Festivals of the town during July in honour of their patron saint San Isidro Labrador. The best way to travel there is by flying to the International Airport of Malaga, the largest in Andalusia. If you prefer to travel by car, you can take the National 340 road or the Mediterranean motorway (AP-7) which passes through towns such as Marbella and Malaga.

Best beaches in Estepona

Estepona has some of the best beaches on the Costa del Sol. These are the main beaches of the municipality where you can take a refreshing swim:

  • Playa del Cristo - A beach which is very popular with tourists and the locals from surrounding areas. It is located along the N-340 road, near the port of Estepona. It is an urban beach with showers, changing rooms, chiringuitos, etc.
  • Playa de la Rada - One of the most famous beaches, due to its location in the centre of town. Due to its excellent conditions and services, it has the Blue Flag award. It has a length of 3km, where different restaurants and coffee shops can be found.
  • Nude Beach of Costa Natura - A naturist beach which is very popular with tourists from all over Europe. It is located between Guadalobón and Arroyo de Vaquero. It has 850m of gray sand and some rocks.
  • Punta de Plata Beach - This is the narrowest beach in the town. It is located east of the beach of La Rada. It is surrounded by a large number of urbanizations and has dark sand and crystal clear water, with hardly any waves.
  • Playa de Saladillo - A 6 km long beach with fine, clean sand, where you will find showers, beach bars, sunbeds and jet skis and playgrounds for children.
  • Playa del Padrón - Located 2 km from the town of Estepona, this is one of the favourite beaches for swimmers along with the beach of Rada. It is situated next to the mouth of the Padrón river. It has dark sand and is popular with fishing enthusiasts. It has been awarded several times with the Blue Flag award. It has an average width of 30m and gets particularly busy.
  • Guadalmansa Beach - This is considered to be the quietest beach in Estepona. Also known as the beach of Playabella, this beach is 10 km from the city, bordering the Arroyo de las Cañas - Velerín to the west.

Selwo Adventure and other points of interest

  • Selwo Aventura - Located in the municipality of Estepona, this theme park and zoo has an extension of 100 hectares and is home to more than 2000 animals from all five continents. It is an ideal place to visit during the day if you are traveling with children, since they will be able to take part in leisure activities such as zip lines, archery and dromedary rides.
  • Natural Place of the Royals of Sierra Bermeja - A mountainous area that dominates the Costa del Sol from Marbella to Estepona. It is an interesting choice to go hiking, because the rarity of its geological composition and its location facing the Mediterranean has given rise to exclusive vegetation of the area.
  • Los Pedregales Park - Also known as the San Isidro Labrador Park, this is located in Sierra Bermeja, 8 km from the historic centre of the town. You can venture into the Corominas Museum, as well as the hermitage of San Isidro Labrador. It is an ideal environment for a family outing and to enjoy the outdoors.
  • Roman Villa of Las Torres - This is an archaeological site where remains have been found in a stately Roman villa.
  • Estepona Marina - It has 447 moorings and is located in the centre of the town. In its surroundings a famous street market is held in the municipality every Sunday morning.
  • Punta Doncella Lighthouse - A 22m high lighthouse which regulates maritime traffic, next to the port of Estepona.