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Topic: Estepona


In the News (Mon 27 May 19)

  
  Estepona
Estepona is one of the most westerly towns on the Costa del Sol, situated between Marbella and Manilva at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja mountains.
Estepona is also one of the most important tourist towns on the southern coastline, with magnificent beaches and facilities, excellent hotels and restaurants.
Estepona also had another patron saint, the Virgen del Carmen, and the corresponding festival is on July 16th, which involves a procession aboard fishing boats on the sea, carrying the image of the Virgin on board.
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 Estepona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Estepona is a town and municipality in the region of the Costa del Sol, southern Spain.
Estepona is renowned for its beaches, which stretch along some 21 km of coastline.
Estepona is served by the A7 Autovía which runs along the Costa del Sol.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Estepona   (531 words)

  
 Estepona : Spanish Cities Towns Regions of Spain Property   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Estepona has a wonderful, quiet cove Playa de Cristo, which is ideal for small children because of its shallow, safe waters, a long, sandy beach called La Rada (see details at bottom of page) and a small nudist beach.
The climate of the Estepona area is a big attraction to tourists for it has an average annual temperature of 18.7º.
Estepona's annual fair is repeated on the grand scale every year and never fails to attract thousands of visitors and satisfies each and every one of them.
www.thespanishpropertyregister.com /spain/estepona.htm   (1113 words)

  
 ESTEPONA COSTA DEL SOL SOUTHERN SPAIN
The unspoiled town of Estepona is a gem of the Costa del Sol's attractions.
Estepona, with its population of 34.000, is a beautiful unspoiled coastal community located on the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain.
Estepona, while conserving its typical Andalusian architecture, its peaceful squares and white houses adorned with plants and flowers, is also a modern town with remarkable urbanizations, golf courses and creative zones.
www.vacation-rentals-costa-del-sol-spain.com /estepona.htm   (478 words)

  
 Costa del Sol - beaches, theme parks, golf, property and more - a great place to holiday in Spain
Estepona has a wonderful, quiet cove Playa de Cristo (right), which is ideal for small children because of its shallow, safe waters, a long, sandy beach called La Rada (see details at bottom of page) and a small nudist beach.
Estepona port and harbour was built in 1977 and is of two parts.
In the Misioneros Square in Estepona is the Municipal Museum of Palaeontology which presents a diverse collection of fossils from the area.
www.idealspain.com /Pages/Places/Estepona.htm   (1167 words)

  
 Estepona Life - Home
Estepona has resisted some of the more extremes of tourist development and remains to this day a traditional and bustling town with its active fishing fleet and busy town centre shopping streets.
Estepona Life is mainly aimed at English-speaking residents and visitors to the Municipality of Estepona on Spain's western Costa del Sol, and sets out to be both informative and entertaining.
Estepona's latest 5-star hotel, the Crowne Plaza Estepona was officially opened on Friday, 15 th September in a ceremony held in the Hotel's Marbella Salon at 7.00 pm.
www.esteponalife.com   (523 words)

  
 Estepona - Information about Estepona - Costa del Sol
Located in the unique setting of the Estepona Bullring, the museum offers the visitor a multitude of objects associated with bullfighting, including a complete collection of posters and, specially, several suits donated by the best bullfighters in Spain.
The Municipal Distrit of Estepona is home to some of the most important Pliocene marine fossil beds in the Mediterranean.
Estepona, a town well- routed to the country and the sea, brings us certain artistic activities of which some remain nowadays.
www.justlongrentals.com /estepona_e.htm   (846 words)

  
 Information about Estepona, Costa del Sol, Andalucia, Spain
With an overall population of 37,000, the 'old town', as it is known, is a bustling and atmospheric centre.
Estepona is one of the few coastal towns that has succeeded in maintaining its pueblo charm and character, despite the onslaught of tourism.
Although Estepona is a small fishing village, it is home to several fascinating historical monuments.
www.andalucia.com /estepona/home.htm   (394 words)

  
 Estepona Villas Apartments Townhouses Spain Interealty
Estepona, traditionally a small Andalusian fishing port, is now one of the fastest growing and most popular destinations on the Costa del Sol.
Estepona port was built in 1977 and is equipped with all modern facilities.
Estepona is approximately an hour drive from Malaga airport and is easily accessible by the N340 motorway or the new toll road.
www.interealty.es /british/offices/show_offices.cfm/office/2   (267 words)

  
 Estepona general information
Amongst the numerous Phoenician and Roman settlements, the ruins on the Guadalmansa Estuary are particularly noteworthy and might belong to the Roman town of Salduba.
The town of Estebunna, the forerunner of the current Estepona, was founded in the 10 Century during the reign of splendour of the Caliphate of Cordoba.
Estepona’s tradition is similar in the whole of Andalusia and mainly, presents the same characteristics.
www.andalucianpics.com /Estepona-info.htm   (1703 words)

  
 Property in Estepona | Estepona property for sale
Estepona or the 'old town', as it is known, has a population of 37,000 and is located 25km from Marbella and just within an hour of Malaga.
Estepona has become a fashionable place for both foreign and Northern Spanish residents to acquire property and therefore there is no shortage in demand for Estepona property for sale.
The climate of the Estepona area is a big attraction for it has an average annual temperature of 18°C. With perfect weather almost all year round, Estepona is the place for nearly every kind of sport and outdoor activity.
www.insight-spain.com /estepona.html   (938 words)

  
 Estepona - The online Guide to Estepona (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.tamu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In 1456 Estepona was reclaimed by Spain from the moors and from this moment on the history of the town was fully recorded.
Estepona's coastline is more than 20 kilometres with no less than 15 beaches, including tiny coves and a famous nudist beach.
Estepona has an interesting nightlife scene which, like Marbella, gets its reputation not through what you see when you enter the town, but from the surprises which await the visitor to its back streets where most of the action takes place.
www.estepona.to.cob-web.org:8888   (365 words)

  
 Estepona Hotels. Estepona Accommodation Hotel in Malaga Spain Discounts.
Between the bustling City of Marbella, the world famous Puerto Banús, and Estepona, this exclusive, hacienda- style hotel is nestled on a tranquil bay on the Mediterranean Costa de Marbella.
Located in the very heart of the Costa del Sol, between Estepona and Marbella, and right next to the sea, Atalaya Park Golf Hotel and Resort Estepona is the ideal place to spend a delightful family holiday, play your favourite sport, or hold a conference or convention in the perfect environment.
Hotel Marriott Playa Andaluza Estepona is a beachfront resort in Estepona on the Costa del Sol near the "Millionaire's Paradise" of Puerto Banus.
www.holidaycityeurope.com /esteponahotels   (629 words)

  
 Estepona
Most of the Estepona territory is dominated by the mountainous landscape of the Sierra Bermeja and the foothills, which in the form of great hills branch off towards the coast.
The stretch of coastal land has joined the dynamic sunny coast and for some years, the scarce spaces which had not yet been urbanized have either been built on or are waiting to be built on, although, as with Marbella, some of the urbanizations close to the sea are disguised with gardens and tree-covered areas.
An outstanding element of the Estepona coast are the lighthouses, although some of them, like the Salavieja (near the marina) is almost hidden between buildings.
www.costadelsol.net /web/estepona/Index.htm   (813 words)

  
 Estepona townhouses
Townhouses Estepona are just one of the many options you have when looking for a property in the Costa del Sol.
Estepona townhouses are what Fuenplaza has been an expert in for the last 25 years.
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 Estepona Breaks, Rent Villas in Costa del Sol, Spain
Estepona is located on the Southern most tip of Spain in the region of Andalucia.
If you prefer to travel by taxi from Malaga airport to Estepona then there are plenty of taxis to be had at the airport and the price for a one way journey is about 60 euros though it's best to check this with the taxi driver before you set off.
On the N340, go past the first exit sign for Estepona and continue for approx 5 mins until you reach a large roundabout /junction (look for sign approx 152 km) with ESTEPONA displayed in huge white letters on roundabout.
www.esteponabreaks.co.uk /emaps.htm   (756 words)

  
 Estepona Hotels - Estepona, Spain
Estepona Hotels - 85 hotels from 32€ per room per night.
The Hotel is perched on the top of a hill with wonderful views towards the Mediterranean Sea, adjacent to the golf course and within the privileged residential area "El Paraiso" between Marbella and Estepona....
The AGH Estepona Hotel (Before Alsatli Spa Hotel) is located at Esepona's Golden Mile, just 100 meters from the beach and 10 minutes to Puerto Banus.
www.activereservations.com /hotel/en/spain/andalucia/malaga/estepona   (445 words)

  
 Estepona - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Estepona es un municipio de la Costa del Sol, al sur de España.
Estepona ya estaba habitada durante la prehistoria, se han descubierto herramientas de sílex y dólmenes.
Estepona además cuenta con una de los mayores porcentajes de población extranjera de Andalucía, con hasta un 25% de su población censada de casi un total 60.000 personas en 2006, 14.600 personas de origen extranjero a fecha de agosto de 2006
es.wikipedia.org /wiki/Estepona   (1640 words)

  
 Golf apartments Costa del Sol, Holiday rental accommodation Estepona, Spain.: Home
Estepona is one of the Spain´s few coastal towns on the Costa Del Sol that has succeeded in maintaining its pueblo charm and character despite the onslaught of tourism.
Estepona is one of the most westerly towns of the Costa del Sol and one of the most important tourist towns.
Estepona has all the factors you could want from the Costa del Sol.
www.esteponagolfapartments.com   (188 words)

  
 Self Catering Apartment Estepona
Some of the most typical dishes in Estepona are "country soup" representing the men who work the land, and "barbecued sardines" offered traditionally at the popular "moragas" held on the beach.
The area's prawns are also highly valued, as is the octopus, which is one of the most abundant species caught locally, not forgetting the highly esteemed red mullet.
The restaurants in Estepona district number more than a hundred, differing widely in their gastronomic offerings, from the region's very own Andalusian cuisine to the French haute cuisine, Chinese, Italian, Indian and of course the oft named international cuisine.
www.trabucoestates.com /Estepona.htm   (358 words)

  
 Estepona Apartment for rent on Los Altos De Lunymar, Estepona, Costa Del Sol, Spain - Spanish Apartment Rental
Our apartment is positioned between Marbella and Gibraltar; Estepona is one of the prettiest towns on the coast.
The apartment is located in Los Altos de Lunymar - The New Golden Mile (Guadalmina to Estepona) it is situated on the 1st floor is light and airy with a main dining area, kitchen, utility room, three separate double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The kitchen comes complete with everything you need for your stay in Estepona, ready for you to prepare your dinner which can be eaten at the family sized dining table or on the open terrace whilst enjoying the beautiful views the apartment affords.
www.esteponaapartment.co.uk   (278 words)

  
 Estepona rentals from Costa Del Sol Rentals
Pueblo-style residences in an attractive beachfront resort near Estepona and Marbella.
Well-appointed villa in Estepona, with large pool and wonderful views; ideally located for secluded country living as well as access to all the sights of the Costa del Sol.
Comfortable villas and apartments in a waterfront setting near Estepona, with shared swimming pools; convenient for watersports, tennis, or golf, and within a half-hour's drive of Marbella.
www.costadelsol-rentals.net /estepona/index.htm   (119 words)

  
 Estepona Hotels: Gran Hotel Elba Estepona & Thalasso Spa, Estepona Luxury Hotel
The resort is wonderfully located for the ancient and modern pleasures of Andalucia, represented by the spectacular city of Ronda, 40 kilometres inland and the nearby playgrounds of the Costa del Sol: marinas, golf courses, beaches, bars and lusty nightlife.
Location: The Gran Hotel Elba Estepona is in the municipality of Estepona, by the sea and only three kilometres away from the Andalucian city of Estepona.
The Gran Hotel Elba Estepona is only 50 metres from the sandy coast of the Costa del Sol and Estepona's Arena Beach.
www.slh.com /spain/estepona/hotel_estgra.html   (319 words)

  
 About Estepona .com - Your Travel Guide
The natural beauty of the saw and the presence of a forest of Spanish firs in the highest zone has done that the Meeting of Andalusia declarated de zone a Natural Place.
In Estepona's history Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs mix, being in the Arabic epoch when there arises the nucleus of current population.
Estepona is also well worth a visit during one of its many festivals.
www.aboutestepona.com   (289 words)

  
 Estepona Breaks, Rent Villas and apartments in Costa del Sol, Spain
Esteponabreaks.co.uk is a small family run business offering our own self-catering apartment rentals in the neighbouring Andalucian coastal towns of Estepona and Sabinillas on the Costa del Sol.
One is located directly on the beach and one in the in the centre of Estepona Marina.
To enquire about a reservation or to make a booking at one of our villas or apartments in Estepona or Sabinillas, please click here and we will be happy to give you more information about any aspect of your holiday.
www.esteponabreaks.co.uk   (292 words)

  
 Estepona Golf Club Spain - Costa del Sol
The design of the course follows the natural layout of the terrain, including the hazards, and the wide fairways are the pride of Estepona.
Estepona Golf once boasted the longest hole in Spain.
Estepona’s splendid clubhouse has terraces which offer spectacular views of the sea and the mountains.
www.playgolfinspain.com /estepona.htm   (295 words)

  
 Estepona : Introduction | Frommers.com
Traces of the past remain: a round tower constructed to protect the villagers from the raids of Barbary pirates, who took not only all valuables, including food, but the most beautiful women as well.
Today, Estepona's recreational port is an attraction, as are its beaches: Costa Natura Km 257 on the N-340, the first legal nude beach of its kind along the Costa del Sol; La Rada, 3km (2 miles) long; and El Cristo, only 550m (1,800 ft.) long.
Estepona also contains an interesting 15th-century parish church, with the ruins of an old aqueduct nearby (at Salduba).
www.frommers.com /destinations/estepona/1161010001.html   (269 words)

  
 Estepona apartments
Apartments Estepona is a great investment option if you are looking for Costa del Sol property.
Apartments in Estepona are a popular residence choice for holidaymakers from all over the world, and especially Europe.
Estepona apartments are what Fuenplaza has been an expert in for the last 25 years.
www.fuenplaza.com /info/en/estepona_apartments.htm   (1146 words)

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