Located in the Andalucia region of Spain, and the south-western part of the Malaga province is the coastal town of Estepona. Located along the Costa del Sol, with its whitewashed buildings and many beautiful beaches, Estepona has a lot to offer any visitor.
Whether it is for a weeklong holiday or just for the weekend, Estepona has many historical sites to visit and lots of watersport activities. With a marina, Estepona offers the visitor a chance to sail, scuba dive, or fish. For those who wish to relax on the sandy beaches there are many well known beaches in Estepona, such as the La Rada Beach located close to the city center with a promenade lined with palm trees, restaurants and cafes. Located on some of these beaches are watchtowers, such as the Arroyo Vaquero and the Saladillo. Estepona is a town full of history, on Castillo street, located behind the market in the center of Estepona, is the old walls of the castle that was built by King Henry IV of Castille. Other places that are worth checking out is the Church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios that dates back to the 18th century; the Castle of San Luis is a castle that dates back to the 15th century, located along the coast. Also along the coast is the 18 hole Estepona Golf course. For those who enjoy horses, the Costa del Sol School of Equestrian Arts riding school would be of interest.