Estepona is one of the privileged enclaves of the Costa del Sol, which offers visitors much more than sun and sand. Tourists can immerse themselves in the recently renovated old town of Estepona, one of the most beautiful in Andalusia, and discover a network of narrow, white streets adorned with pots loaded with flowers. Walking and discovering, a few meters from the sea, the true essence of an Andalusian town, is a luxury. Estepona “Garden of the Costa del Sol” is a unique place for the visitor.
Estepona straddles the Costa del Sol and Campo de Gibraltar. It is an idyllic enclave surrounded by both the Mediterranean and the mountains. Its historic centre is teeming with colourful pots that combine exquisitely with its flower beds and its Orchid House and Botanical Garden. But it is not just its natural beauty. Estepona is now committed to art and culture, high quality sun and beach tourism and an extensive leisure offering for visitors, ranging from kitesurfing to visiting a corner of the African savannah, via entering the world of horses or whale watching. There are many things to do in Estepona so you won’t get bored… fun activities to try out once or to turn into a lifestyle. So, now you must be wondering: What is there to do in Estepona? Not to worry. Here are some things to see in Estepona that you really must do in this pretty Costa del Sol locality.