Estepona (Spanish pronunciation: [esteˈpona]) is a town and municipality in the comarca of the Costa del Sol, southern Spain. It is located in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. Its district covers an area of 137 square kilometers in a fertile valley crossed by small streams and a mountainous areas dominated by the Sierra Bermeja, which reaches an elevation of 1,449 m at the peak of Los Reales.
Restaurants in Estepona
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We were in Estepona recently and took a wander into the “historico” bit. It is very nice and the little houses are lovely, with a good range of different coloured flowerpots hanging from the walls. Very pretty but rather tedious after a very short time. Maybe we missed something spectacular but if we did, they should do a better sales job! Not for us
4.5 based on 475 reviews
There is a stretch of Promenade from the marina in Estepona heading generally east which runs for about 2 miles and is very flat and easy to navigate. Other than watching out for cyclists, of which there are many, this is a nice walk with views out to sea as well as over towards the old part of Estepona. There are a number of good places to stop for a refreshment or two and although the better restaurants are to be found in the old town, the ones on the Promenade are reasonably priced and offer good fresh food. The beach is also very well maintained, clean and the sea safe to swim in.
4.5 based on 497 reviews
Worth a wander through in winter to see the architecture of the buildings surrounding the square. To take in the winter flowering plants. However don’t expect the summer vibe because much of the outdoors eating and drinking facilities are packed away. This is a ten minutes visit in winter but as long as you like in summer.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
A map is available from the tourist office so that you don't miss out on all these fab murals but we quite enjoyed just happening upon them as we sauntered through the streets of Estepona. We started out by the Orchid house and just wandered. There are loads of little tapas bars around to do it was a full afternoon's excursion. Well worth the walk.
4 based on 554 reviews
This marina is situated on a walking distance to the old town of Estepona and has 447 berths. The services offered are 24h security guards, washrooms, wireless internet and a wide selection of restaurants, bars, coffee-shops and two supermarkets close by. On Sundays an attractive market is going on in the marina. A multilingual friendly staff is waiting for you at the service office of the control tower.
This port is by far not so impressive as Port Banyul in Marbella. But there are plenty of nice ships to admire, and the offering of restaurants and shops is abundant, but at more realistic price levels. A nice spot to walk around, both during the day (where you can charter a boat for dolphin searching or snorkeling), and at night. Parking can be a bit tricky in season.
4 based on 428 reviews
This is a very interesting building, purpose built to display a huge variety of orchids in a sympathetic environment, however when we visited in mid October very few of the orchids were in flower and most looked decidedly shabby. I'm no horticulturist but I assume this was due to the time of year and that they would look much better earlier in the year. On that basis I'm not going to offer a poor review despite the fact that I resented paying to visit when there were so few blooms.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
So lovely to sit in this Plaza, have lunch or coffee and watch the world go by. This area is a suntrap and always busy, with lovely buildings surrounding. The cafes and restaurants all have an outside Seating area and are very reasonable. Well worth a visit
4 based on 379 reviews
Saw this beach over the Christmas period (when obviously it was completely deserted) and promised we would return during the warmer months. Pleasantly surprised the water was very calm and shallow making it perfectly safe for those with small children. The sand (although not golden) is as good as we have seen in Southern Spain. The bay is serviced by two bars, so drinks and food are available. Although direct access was closed off when we called due to construction work we were able to park close by, by entering from the marina and their car park. Will definitely visit again & would recommend especially to those with small children.
4 based on 137 reviews
Very nice beach. Parking garage, but depending on where you stay also easy to walk . Very wide beach sand, with a lot of cosy bars/restaurants. Little but disappointing some waiters seems not to understand English very well. Nice waves, not too crowdy, even at bank holiday in Spain.
4 based on 204 reviews
We discoverd Laguna Village by accident a couple of years ago when we were looking for somewhere to have lunch and just turned off the highway into their car park. A wide selection of restaurants and bars coupled with a number of shops makes it an interesting stop but the barrier entry and parking charge introduced since our last visit detracts from visiting and follows the current trend of taking the car driver for a cash cow, shame.
We returned to the same restaurant again for lunch this year and were not disappointed. However many of the establishments have very upmarket prices so you have to very selective unless you have open ended funds. However a lovely place to eat and chill out with very easy access.
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