Choosing a day in the calendar and dedicating it to see animal species which can not be seen in your environment is always a great idea in my opinion. We may not like that the animals can not be free, but the Zoo has changed so much that it is a pleasure to discover how they have improved its habitats. These parks are ideal for teaching children to respect, love and admire nature, trees, animals ... In the picture I show you an impressive Crowned Crane, I do not think you will ever see one of this near your home ...
This beautiful square is located in the historic center of Estepona. Its main feature is that it is full of beautiful flowers in all seasons. It is one of the oldest squares in the village, believed to date back to the eighteenth century. Here you can find all kinds of shops, cafés, bars, hotels, restaurants, the House of Culture and the City Library.
This beach is the best known of Estepona and is in downtown and accessible via the seawalk. It has all amenities such as showers, security service or daily cleaning. It has fine sand, although it is somewhat dark, as is common in most of the province. The waves are moderate.
The seafront of Estepona is one of the most interesting places to discover this city overlooking the sea. It is wide and stretches from the port to the end of the beach. Along the route, you'll see all kinds of establishments and enjoy the gardens and their huge collection of native plantlife.
This small beach, about 600 meters long and 30 meters wide, is quite busy during weekends in summer but on weekdays it is pretty quiet. It has the Blue Flag award and is a wonderful place because it is a cove sheltered from the wind. The water is very clean and quite warm, with no rocks or stones but, as with any Malacitana shore, the sand is dark but fine. It has a wooded area for those seeking shade.
This beach is one of the largest in the area, about three miles long. The sand is very fine, though dark, but very clean. It is perfect for children because the water has no seaweed or rocks, with only a moderate swell. There are plenty of shaded areas.
The clock tower, located in the plaza of the same name, was originally part of the old Moorish mosque but after the reconquest, it became a Christian church and the bell tower was created. It has a beautiful neoclassical pulpit which was added in the eighteenth century, with wreaths and decorated scrolls.
This tiny and secluded square in the town of Estepona, is dedicated to the memory of "Father Manuel", a pastor who 1st came to the town of Estepona, as a companion and secretary of the Bishop of the Diocese D. Balbinus Santos Olivera, back in the year 1939 and liked both the town and its people, with Pastor D. Fernando Segovia. Manuel Sanchez Ariza's father was born in a tiny village of Malaga, Cuevas de San Marcos, at the beginning of the century, became a priest at age 24 and during the years he was in Estepona, was the protector of the poor during his task pastoral.Organizó Catholic Action, created several schools opened happening Hospital Charity consulting physicians. Later on the people asked for donations, put beds and brought nuns who were nursing tasks. The surgeons came from Malaga. He started an adult evening schools and a School-Seminar to study Magisterium which left masterpieces. In the year 1949 Benevolent Association created Sto. Cristo de la Vera-Cruz. Until his death in the year1988, did not leave even a single day to exercise his pastoral work, so the people of Estepona.
This square is located in the historic center of the town, very close to City Hall. It is very wide and houses a beautiful wooden former music kiosk. From here we can see the Arab Clock Tower, undeniably beautiful. A staircase leads to the street from the Mercado Municipal de Abastos.
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This market, in addition to being a center point in the daily life of the townspeople, was built on the ruins of a christian castle (though it was surely Arabic before according to archaeological remains).
Inside you can see a beautiful garden, adorned with flowers and greenery. From there, you can see one of the towers.
This beautiful beach is situated just before you get to Estepona, in a quiet area. It is quite large, approximately 2,500 meters long and 25 meters wide. The sand is fine and dark, with clean water and moderate waves. It can be reached by public transport, but does not have many services.
The Trade Fair and Congress Center of Estepona is located to the right of the National Road 340 Malaga-Cadiz. It boasts some magnificent facilities, making it ideal for various activities such as presentations, performances, lectures, conferences, conventions, theater performances, concerts, fashion events etc. The complex is over 20,000 m2 in size, among which are gardens with ponds, a helipad and parking for over 300 vehicles. It has a multipurpose hall of 3000 m2 which is completely transparent and can be sub-divided according to requirements, with dressing rooms and showers. It also has a conference room with capacity for 250 people, a number of meeting rooms and wi-fi throughout the complex, as well as cafes and catering services.
Definitely one of my favorite spots between Estepona and San Pedro Alcántara. The location is amazing, a place to chill-out and enjoy Mojitos (hmmm). There is a DJ playing music and Balinese beds on the beach so you can not be better off... Well yes, during the evening performances the atmosphere is even better - if that's possible. You can also have a snack. A great place to spend sunny days and sunsets.
In contrast to the large developments that dominate some areas of the city, one of the essential things to see in Estepona is the old town. Consisting of eight districts, its pedestrian streets retain the true spirit of Andalusian villages with whitewashed houses
decorated with overflowing flower boxes, making it one of the top things to do in Estepona.
In the Villa neighborhood you'll also find some of the more popular places to visit in Estepona, like the Clock Tower, the remains of the Castle of San Luis, the House of cisterns, which houses the current city council, and the Municipal Food Market.
On the top of the list of stuff to do in Estepona is a visit to the bell tower of the Church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, built on the ancient chapel of Veracruz. In the area of the Promenade you'll also find other interesting attractions in Estepona like the Plaza de Toros (the first in the world with asymmetric design), the Marina, and the fishing port. And don't forget Cristo and Rada, two of the most popular beaches in the city.
Outside the city, other beautiful Estepona attractions are the Pedregales Park and the Pico Royals, the highest point of the Sierra Bermeja. Let yourself be guided by experiences shared by minube users and discover more to do in Estepona, like a visit to the Dolmen Corominas, Selwo Adventure Park (essential if you are traveling with children), or Almenaras Torres. All the Estepona activities will leave you speachless.