The beautiful Estepona, little town in the province of Malaga, Spain.

Estepona: The city you really must visit along the Costa del Sol!

With a fantastic history, a beautiful marina and a sea of ​​authentic restaurants and Spanish beach bars, Estepona is really worth a (or many) visits. This is the city you will fall in love with immediately and it’s just a 10 minute drive from Ambera Duquesa.

Estepona is a large city located west of the Costa del Sol – midway between the sea and the magnificent Sierra Bermeja mountains. It is a popular tourist destination that is still considered a fishing village, and for residents of La Duquesa it is not uncommon to take a trip to this great city for wonderful dining experiences, beach life or to visit the popular market on Sundays. For many, the highlight is the renowned “Old Town” which is characterized by white houses and cobbled streets. Here you can really experience a real Andalusian atmosphere, with crowded squares and tapas bars.

Experience the charming old town of Estepona

In Estepona’s beautiful old town you can walk through the Plaza de San Francisco, where you will also find the church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. At the popular market El Mercado de Abastos you can buy great ingredients of meat, fish and vegetables. Here you will also find several great restaurants.

Flowers and colorful pots along every corner

The locals of Estepona are very proud of their cobbled streets, and if you take a stroll here, you will spot flower pots filled with geraniums in colors like pink, white and red. If you really want to experience a sea of ​​flowers and beautiful orange trees, we recommend you take the trip to Plaza de las Flores, located in Estepona’s old town.

The marina in Estepona

If you want a good dinner along the water’s edge, we can recommend a stroll down to the marina in Estepona. Here the boats are moored like pearls on a string, and there are a number of good alternatives for good dining experiences. At the fishing port, which is located west of the marina, you can see the fishing boats coming ashore with today’s catch.

Near Ambera Duquesa you will find La Duquesa Marina. Click here to read more.

Photo: Estepona Marina.

Estepona is known for its long shoreline

Estepona has fantastic beaches that stretch for 21 kilometers. Here you will find, among others, Playa del Cristo and Playa La Rada located near the center of Estepona. Whether you want a small private beach where you can relax in peace and quiet, or want to take the trip to a larger sandy beach, you will find plenty of opportunities in Estepona.

On the shoreline you will also find a number of activities such as boating, sailing, diving, windsurfing and boating all year round. The beaches are of a high standard with good water quality and facilities, and many of them have been awarded the European Blue Flag prize.

Estepona restaurants

If you are looking for authentic and varied dining experiences, you should head to Estepona. Tapas restaurants with a wide variety of traditional Spanish food, paellas, fish and meat! Everything from less expensive alternatives to Michelin restaurants.

Do you also love golf? Then there are several places you can visit in Estepona

For those who love golf, you will find a number of resorts and golf opportunities in Estepona, which is great to combine with sun and beach life. In Estepona you will find several fantastic golf courses, including Valle Romano Golf Resort, El Paraiso Golf Resort, Estepona Golf and Atalaya Golf Resort. Explore more of the golf courses on Tripadvisor by clicking here.

Want to see which golf course is closest to Ambera Duquesa? Click here to read more about La Duquesa Golf.

Photo: Our Ambera colleagues visiting Valle Romano Golf Resort in Estepona.

Estepona: The city you really must visit on the Costa del Sol!

With a fantastic history, a beautiful marina and a sea of ​​authentic restaurants and Spanish beach bars, Estepona is really worth a (or many) visits. This is the city you will fall in love with immediately and it’s just a 10 minute drive from Ambera Duquesa.

Estepona is a large city located west of the Costa del Sol – midway between the sea and the magnificent Sierra Bermeja mountains. It is a popular tourist destination that is still considered a fishing village, and for residents of La Duquesa it is not uncommon to take a trip to this great city for wonderful dining experiences, beach life or to visit the popular market on Sundays. For many, the highlight is the renowned “Old Town” which is characterized by white houses and cobbled streets. Here you can really experience a real Andalusian atmosphere, with crowded squares and tapas bars.

Experience the charming old town of Estepona​

In Estepona’s beautiful old town you can walk through the Plaza de San Francisco, where you will also find the church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios. At the popular market El Mercado de Abastos you can buy great ingredients of meat, fish and vegetables. Here you will also find several great restaurants.

Flowers and colorful pots along every corner​​

The locals of Estepona are very proud of their cobbled streets, and if you take a stroll here, you will spot flower pots filled with geraniums in colors like pink, white and red. If you really want to experience a sea of flowers and beautiful orange trees, we recommend you take the trip to Plaza de las Flores, located in Estepona’s old town.

The marina in Estepona​

If you want a good dinner along the water’s edge, we can recommend a stroll down to the marina in Estepona. Here the boats are moored like pearls on a string, and there are a number of good alternatives for good dining experiences. At the fishing port, which is located west of the marina, you can see the fishing boats coming ashore with today’s catch.

Near Ambera Duquesa you will find La Duquesa Marina. Click here to read more.

Estepona is known for its long shoreline​

Estepona has fantastic beaches that stretch for 21 kilometers. Here you will find, among others, Playa del Cristo and Playa La Rada located near the center of Estepona. Whether you want a small private beach where you can relax in peace and quiet, or want to take the trip to a larger sandy beach, you will find plenty of opportunities in Estepona.

On the shoreline you will also find a number of activities such as boating, sailing, diving, windsurfing and boating all year round. The beaches are of a high standard with good water quality and facilities, and many of them have been awarded the European Blue Flag prize.

Estepona restaurants

If you are looking for authentic and varied dining experiences, you should head to Estepona. Tapas restaurants with a wide variety of traditional Spanish food, paellas, fish and meat! Everything from less expensive alternatives to Michelin restaurants.

Do you also love golf? Then there are several places you can visit in Estepona

For those who love golf, you will find a number of resorts and golf opportunities in Estepona, which is great to combine with sun and beach life. In Estepona you will find several fantastic golf courses, including Valle Romano Golf Resort, El Paraiso Golf Resort, Estepona Golf and Atalaya Golf Resort. Explore more of the golf courses on Tripadvisor by clicking here.

Want to see which golf course is closest to Ambera Duquesa? Click here to read more about La Duquesa Golf.