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Estepona can be found just a short drive of Puerto Banús and is famed for its beautiful and extensive beaches. Due to its located, the town is surrounded by sea and mountains, offering a microclimate with 325 days of sun every year, making it attractive both for residents and holidaymakers.

Estepona is home to a modern marina, offering a wide selection of eating destinations, from tapas bars to fine restaurants. The port of Estepona is still today a working fishing harbour, with a variety of seafood being sold daily through auctions. 

In centre of town, one can find boutique shops and traditional Spanish town "plazas". While Marbella may be an international and cosmopolitan town, Estepona has still remained very much Spanish, despite the tourism and foreign buyers in the area.

Estepona is an entertainment centre for people of all ages, as the Selwo Safari Park, which houses two thousand animals, is within close proximity. There is also an Exhibition and Convention Centre, constantly hosting events such as presentations, trade fairs, commercial exhibitions, concerts and much more.

The famous Playa del Cristo can be found in Estepona, protected by lifeguards, and is home to two traditional Spanish chiringuitos, offering a wide variety of fresh Mediterranean fish, such as the traditional barbequed sardines.

While the rest of the Costa del Sol is known for its entertaining nightlife, Estepona is more of a quieter and tranquil family-friendly town. That said, Estepona has a wide variety of lively bars and exquisite restaurants, many of which offer traditional Mediterranean cuisine with locally caught seafood.

Much like other coastal towns in the area, Estepona is also home to many golf courses, such as Valle Romano Golf Club and Finca Cortesín, which hosted the Volvo World Match Play Championship in 2009, 2010 and again in 2012.