The town still keeps its time-honoured charm. There are many cafés and tapas bars – that still serve traditional Spanish delicacies – situated along the narrow cobbled streets. Estepona stretches along 21 kilometres of the coastline, with large beaches and small coves. To the west is the charming port and harbour, which is a short walk from the town and many of our villas in Estepona. Markets
If shopping is at the top of your ‘must-do’ list of holiday activities when you stay in a luxury villa in Estepona, then you’ll love browsing through the fascinating wares on display at the local markets. There is a tourist market held on the marina on a Sunday morning, selling everything from gifts to belts, sunglasses, souvenirs and fruit.
There is another market held in the town on a Wednesday morning, which is a local traditional market, stocked with fresh fruit, vegetables, clothes, shoes and general household items. There are also other towns nearby which hold good markets – Puerto Banus has one on Saturday mornings in the Bullring, selling Moroccan goods, gifts, clothes, shoes and all sorts of interesting items.
Resort Centre : Estepona 10km
Shops : 0.3
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