Holes: 18, Par 71.Mooie natuur, ontworpen door Gary Player, uitdaging voor alle niveaus, mooie uitzichten. Geopend in 1973. Contact : El Paraiso Club de Golf, 29600 Estepona Tel. 952883835, Fax. 952885827 firstname.lastname@example.org
Route of the Murals in Estepona, also fun for children, find them all!
Ho Contact : Arroyo Vaquero, Ctra de Cadiz 150, Aptdo 532, Estepona Tel. 952937605, Fax. 952937600 email@example.com
I adored the décor of this charming former Andalusian fisherman’s cottage as soon as I walked in – an instagrammer’s paradise!
The house was a cross between a super-stylish Elle Decor cover and staying in a super-comfortable, cosy “home-from-home”.
Finca Cortesin is globally renowned for providing one of Europe’s most unforgettable golf experiences. Rated among Spain’s best golf courses, including by the prestigious Golf Digest magazine, the harmonious relationship between the natural Mediterranean landscape and environment on the resort’s world-class 18-hole championship course make for a most attractive design, while the excellent weather we enjoy all year round provides the perfect setting for playing golf.
Unlike so many Golf clubs in the Estepona area, Atalaya was established first and foremost as a golf club, as opposed to a real estate development. This heritage allows members and visitors alike to enjoy golf in natural surroundings, largely uncluttered by housing developments.
Estepona is located in a fertile valley at the foot of the Bermejo Mountains. This place has about 325 days of sunshine per year, significantly above average for the region. Estepona is known as the garden of the Costa del Sol for a reason. You can already see it at...
The coast of Málaga is home to the greatest biodiversity in the Mediterranean and in the European seas. This is because this is a strategic biogeographical site with many species from the European part of the Atlantic, Mediterranean species, as well as those from the...
Estepona is one of Costa del Sol's most popular holiday resorts. With its beautiful historic centre and elegant port, it is an unmissable holiday destination that attracts thousands of travellers every year. Being said, Estepona has a lot more to offer than just a...
Let me tell you about a little Estepona area secret! The Bee Guru's Apprentice. 100% Pure Raw Honey from the Sierra de Ronda made from Orange and lemon blossom, eucalyptus, Spear mint and all the wild flowers over the Sierra de Ronda. Our honey is tested and certified...
The Senda Litoral de Malaga (Malaga Coastal Path) is a projected 160 km path following the entire coast of Malaga province from Manilva to Nerja. Once completed, this long-distance path will be a major tourist attraction for the Costa del Sol, and for Andalucia.
The coastal path is being created by linking all the existing seafront town promenades; building new paved paths – for many years every newly-built beachfront development must construct its section of path; constructing wooden boardwalks where the terrain demands.
The path reference will be GR92; it has its own logo and website (www.sendalitoral.es). The Km 0 starting point will be the emblematic Balcon de Europa in Nerja and the finish was Castillo de la Duquesa in Manilva but has been extended to Punta Chullera, the provincial border with Cadiz. One hopes, to be useful, that it will be extended to Sotogrande Marina.
On the map below the path is marked in green where complete, orange where you can easily walk through a port, marina or other zone, blue where you need to walk on the beach, and red where you can make a safe diversion to link to the next section.
GREEN – the coastal path is complete
ORANGE – you can easily walk through a port, marina or other zone,
BLUE – you need to walk on the beach
RED – you can make a safe diversion to link to the next section.
Rules for cyclists vary from section to section, according to each specific town’s rules. In Estepona, cyclists are not allowed on the promenade. In Mijas Costa, cyclists are not allowed on the boardwalk at weekends. In Marbella, cyclists using the promenade must keep to a 10km/h speed limit and give way to pedestrians.