Estepona, located in the province of Malaga between the Sierra Bermeja mountains and the sea, is a classic Andalusian town that has retained an authentic Spanish charm and has access to the best of a stunning coastline. Estepona is a traditional fishing village transformed into a popular resort with a distinct Andalusian look and feel. Beautiful white houses adorned with breathtaking blue and pink flowers, world-class beaches, several internationally renowned golf courses, and a sophisticated atmosphere make Estepona the destination for those who enjoy the finer things in life.
 
Due to the natural location of the area, bordered by sea and mountains, Estepona has a pleasant microclimate with about 325 days of sunshine a year. The summers are hot and dry, and the winters pleasantly mild. Estepona is very popular all year round as a holiday destination because you get the most out of the 2 EC Blue Flag beaches, the modern marina with the many tapas bars and restaurants, and the beautiful old town. With a population of around 70,000, it is a lively but not overwhelming city, and the course of life still takes place around the traditional square in the center - the beautiful Plaza de las Flores is always full of people enjoying themselves on benches or an outdoor café. The city has also marked itself in recent years with many new gastronomic gems, and there is ample opportunity to also get acquainted with the various specialties of several other countries in addition to the very well-represented Spanish cuisine.