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  • Costa Natura beach. Estepona, Malaga.

A destination where you can feel the true spirit of Andalusia. Fabulous beaches and boasting an old quarter full of quaint white houses amid pedestrian zones adorned with a rainbow of flowers.Read more...

What to see The old town centre is ideal for a pleasant stroll. Small plazas, narrow streets, pedestrian zones... All right next to the beach. In the centre of the resort lies La Rada beach and a long promenade where you can enjoy the sea all year round. We recommend visiting the impressive Nuestra Señora de los Remedios church and El Calvario chapel. You can also see the remains of San Luis castle. One of the most popular places is the marina, which has a typical seafaring ambience. Every Sunday it's the venue for a street market where you can buy souvenirs and craft products. Active tourism At the marina and local beaches you can enjoy lots of water sports. As well as La Rada, other nearby beaches include La Galera, Bahía Dorada, El Saladillo and the Costa Natura nudist beach. Estepona is also a paradise for golfers. Gastronomy The local cuisine is based on fresh fish. We recommend the salt-baked fish, “fritura malagueña” (mixed fish platter) and char-grilled sardines. Soups are another local speciality, such as “gazpachuelo” (with bread, mayonnaise and potato), “ajoblanco” (with almonds, olive oil, garlic and grapes) and “campera” soup.

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