Most popular Apartments in Estepona
Highlights in Estepona
- Family destination
- Great entertainment for kids
- Fabulous outdoors
- Delicious cuisine
- Beautiful Orchidarium
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Apartments in Estepona
Find the perfect apartment a few steps away from the beaches of Estepona. Most apartments are located in the centre of town, by the beach or towards the National Park to the north. If you wish to stay away from all the hustle, find some more accommodation into the suburbs a bit more inland. Enjoy a nice stay in Estepona and make the apartment your favourite home away from home!Charming apartments in the south of Spain, by the Mediterranean
Wake up to the sound of waves and gaze at the sea every morning from your balcony. Enjoy communal areas with manicured gardens and great swimming pools with shallow ends for the little ones. Bright decoration, cosy interiors, comfortable rooms and fully equipped kitchens. In Estepona you can find apartments to accommodate your family, a group of friends, spend a romantic weekend or enjoy a nice holiday on your own as a solo traveller. Colourful geraniums decorating the facades and balconies, will give your stay a splash of authentic Spanish colour!
Travellers and activities
The relaxed atmosphere, the beautiful beaches, the promenade and the fabulous local cuisine make Estepona an ideal destination for a great family holiday. Take long strolls along the beachfront enjoying a delicious ice cream, take a dip in the sea, lay down on the beach, go shopping and take in the views of this wonderful town. The little ones can have some diving lessons so they can explore the underwater wonders. Maybe go on a dolphin route, spend a day visiting Selwo Aventura Park where animals live freely in their natural habitat or visit Júzcar, the village of the Smurfs, where the blue painted houses are just unbelievable!Estepona for hiking lovers
Estepona boasts incredible terrain of stunning beauty, surrounded by rolling hills, green vegetation and an ideal spot for hiking and walking lovers. Estepona immediate surroundings are quite easy and suitable for all levels of fitness but if you are looking for a challenging hike, then the Sierra Bermeja ranges are your next goal. Dotted with pine trees, the mountains are a great experience for advanced and demanding hikers. Once you get to the top you will get the most incredible views! If you enjoy admiring these kind of views but do not wish to trek up all the way to the top, you can drive instead and still be able to take in the views.
Did you know that many films have been shot in Estepona, including Torrente 2?
Top 7 travel tips in Estepona
Take a walk around the streets of Estepona and admire the impressive art street on several walls and buildings. There is a 6-block mural, the largest in Spain, that will really impress you. Take your camera and get the best snaps of this colourful and incredible talent.2. Admire the orchids
Estepona’s orchidarium was opened in 2015 and now it is a very popular visit for tourists and locals alike. Enjoy a walk as you take a look at the 8,000 species, the largest flower in the world and the beautiful orchids. This is an educational and entertaining activity to enjoy in the morning or the afternoon if you want to escape the hot weather for a while.3. Travel to Prehistory
Behind Sierra Bermeja there is the Corominas Megalithic Interpretation Centre, a museum and archaeology site. Here you can access dolmens more than 5,000 years old where burials were carried out during Prehistory. Of course, to visit them it is essential to make an appointment, usually on Saturdays. A fascinating visit for those interested in this period of history.4. Enjoy Estepona’s nightlife
As day falls, life continues in Estepona. After dinner, the best option is to have a drink in one of the bars on Calle Real and then walk to the port, where most of the night atmosphere and vibes are. The area is divided into two heights. The first, with pubs attended by people between 20 and 35 years old; and the second, at the Puerto Deportivo level, where there are numerous cocktail bars and restaurants of all kinds. Enjoy some time chatting away, dancing and sipping your favourite cocktail.5. Indulge in its traditional flavours
Estepona's cuisine is based on typical Andalusian dishes, where fish play a special role. In any of its restaurants you can taste sardines in skewers, fried anchovies or a delicious octopus dish. Although gazpacho, ajoblanco and campera soup are also traditional in this region. But if there is a dish that defines this town, that is undoubtedly the trout from Padrón. A unique species in the area that grows in the reed beds of the Padrón River and used to make the popular "fritá".6. Enjoy the marina
At the southern end of town, you find the fantastic marina of Estepona. Here you can choose from several high end restaurants and lovely cafes to enjoy a nice meal or a delicious coffee. On Sundays, the town market is held here so you can browse the stalls and look for a bargain!7. Active tourism in Los Pedregales
This park is located just 15 km from the town centre, in the Sierra Bermeja. A stunningly beautiful natural setting that offers spectacular views of the African coast and Gibraltar. The perfect place for those who enjoy hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding. It also has children's recreation areas and barbecue areas to enjoy a fabulous picnic. At the top there is the hermitage of San Isidro Labrador, which can be visited on Sundays.