Not all apartments and hotels have swimming pools in Estepona. Of course you have more than 20 kilometers of beach, but if you really want to go to a swimming pool, there are plenty of options:
- Public swimming pool:
Piscina Municipal Santo Tomás, 29680 Estepona, Malaga, Spain
- Tip: take a short family abo at the gym with swimming pools:
José Ramón de la Morena CD has 2 heated swimming pools, a full spa, several a large gym and a solarium. A whole month for the whole family costs about € 55 and then you can also exercise every day, aquagym etc.
- Coming soon: Laguna Village 2.0: the largest luxury beach club in Spain in Estepona:
yacht club, beach club, children’s paradise, restaurant-club, retail, entertainment & shopping.
This is under construction on the same spot as the previous Laguna Beach which was unfortunately destroyed by fire in 2020.
- Alcazaba Lagoon, an artificial lagoon of 1.4 hectares with always turquoise water.
A huge freshwater oasis 6 km from the Costa del Sol between Estepona and Casares.
Not cheap: https://vivelagoon.com/
- Hotel Globales Playa Estepona
Day Pass: https://qt.im/fn3
- Trocadero Estepona
Beach club with swimming pool, not really suitable for a day of water fun with children, more for those who want to see and be seen in a beautifully decorated complex. https://grupotrocadero.com/en/restaurantes/trocadero-estepona/
- Nido Beach
Also very suitable for the ̈Happy Few ̈ with a spacious budget, nicely decorated by the sea with swimming pool.
- Spiler Pool Bar at Kempinsky
Check the costs in advance 😉
- Water parks:
Aqualand Torremolinos (1 hour drive)
Bahia Park Algeciras. (approx. 3 quarters of an hour drive)
Aquamijas Mijas (approx. 3 quarters of an hour drive)
Aquavelis (near Torre del Mar – 1.5 hours)
Combine with a visit to Nerja (Balcon de Europa, caves)
- Water park in the sea with slides Fun Beach Park Estepona:
Playa de la Rada, in Avenida de España, fun floating water park for all ages, from 6 years
Tip: Natural pools
Did you know that near Estepona there are also natural pools for swimming?2 of the most appreciated natural pools in the province of Málaga: Charca de las Nutrias and Las Pozas del Río Padrón.
Both are recommended in combination with a walking route.
Not really for swimming but nice to mention because you can certainly enter the water and is a unique place:
Banos de la Hedionda in Casares