Estepona Villas

If you are looking for a relaxing holiday amongst some of Spain’s finest beaches you might like to visit Estepona, a beautiful town that still retains its unique Spanish charm.  The town is part of the province of Málaga which is part of the Costa del Sol.   

You can rent an Estepona villa to enjoy the golden beaches and 21km of stunning coastline as well as the Old Town feel and atmospheric centre.  For the chance to explore all the delights of the town you can book an Estepona villa at any time of the year.

The landscape in and around Estepona makes it an enchanting destination for all different kinds of holidaymakers.  Everyone will love the dramatic backdrop of the Sierra Bermeja mountain range which contrasts against the bright blue sea and golden beaches. 

Many Estepona villas are located amongst other characterful properties that have balconies filled with colourful flowers and iron gates that are frequently painted to keep the town looking vibrant and fresh.  Elsewhere in the town the narrow cobbled streets that wind up and around hills keep the traditional Spanish feel alive which is perfect for an Estepona villa holiday.

One of the most family friendly and popular attractions in the town is Selwo Adventure Park.  This adventure wildlife park has over 2000 animals which roam semi-freely around the grounds, making it a great day out for many people who book a stay at an Estepona villa.  Majestic animals such as lions, giraffes and flamingos are housed in the park along with incredible scenery and a beautiful lake.  When you visit Selwo Adventure Park you can choose to explore in a couple of ways, enabling you to have the experience you desire.  On a leisurely Estepona villa holiday you can stroll around the park by foot, whilst those looking for more excitement can join a truck ride through the surroundings, spot Bengal tigers, enjoy a camel ride or try their hand at archery.

During your stay in Estepona you might want to visit the pretty promenade which leads to the town’s lively marina where magnificent boats are moored and a selection of bars and restaurants create a spirited atmosphere.  Those looking for exciting nightlife might want to book an Estepona villa near to the marina which comes alive after midnight when many discos and clubs open their doors.  Here you can see locals both young and old dancing the traditional Andalucían Sevillana, which is similar to Flamenco.  The marina also offers you more peaceful pursuits, such as watching the fishing boats get their catch and taking a leisurely stroll from one of the villas.

Undoubtedly, the beaches of this part of the Costa del Sol bring people back to an Estepona villa year after year.  As well as relaxing, you can visit La Rada Beach to take part in a number of thrilling activities such as windsurfing and kayaking and there are play facilities for children.  La Rada Beach is located in the centre of town making it accessible for most people who stay at an Estepona villa.  During the day you might fancy some refreshments which you can find at one of the Chiringuitos (beach bars) that can be reached by strolling along the pretty promenade.  El Cristo Beach is also worth a visit for its beautiful coves and shaded areas that slope into the sea.

As well as beaches, lively bars and restaurants, delving deeper into the town of Estepona and the province of Málaga will uncover an array of hidden gems.  Some people rent a car during their Estepona villa holiday in order to discover attractions that are further afield, such as the glamorous resort of Marbella.  On Sundays be sure to peruse the local market at the marina for a range of souvenirs, as well as local produce and other things to enjoy from your Estepona villa.  Whatever you want to take advantage of in the region, whether it is the mountainous backdrop with cycling and hiking, the beautiful waters with water sports like scuba diving and jet-skiing or simply relaxing on the beach, there is an Estepona villa to suit many people.

There is so much to enjoy in and around this remarkable town that you will not want to go home.  Even on days when you have nothing planned during your Estepona villa holiday a simple stroll around the old quarter and a stop at one of the cafés in the Plaza de las Flores is a delight, whilst the shops and bodegas that line the winding cobbled streets will entice you in.  If you like the sound of this traditional Spanish town, browse the many Estepona villas on the website and select from a number of inspiring properties.