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You can read about it in brochures, but actually wandering the flower lines streets is far better. There was lots of noisy building work at the main plaza on our first day, but later in the week, it was quiet and a beautiful place to...More
Estepona has one of the best Spanish old towns I’ve ever seen. Everything is so beautifully kept and clean and the flower displays are amazing. A gorgeous place for a wander anytime of the day or night.
Spent a few hours walking the little streets of the old town perfectly Spanish and so pretty with all the flower pots - very very clean
Was lots of major building works going on so rather noisy so didn’t sit in the square as we...More
Probably one of the most delightful and underrated towns I've ever had the pleasure to visit. The seafront is the seafront, and you could be pretty much in any resort in Europe, but the centre is something else entirely. It is immaculate, highly walkable, has...More
Narrow sloping streets, whitewashed buildings and bright flowers - even in autumn - make old Estepona a pleasant place to visit. Narrow streets lead into busy squares, ringed with bars and restaurants, often with central fountains and numerous statues - both old and modern.
Bearing in mind the commerciality of the Costa del Sol, Estepona Old Town is a breath of fresh air. Sure, it’s got plenty of restaurants, coffee and ice cream bars and possibly a few too many slightly tacky shops, but above all it has charm...More
Response from RozzieH64 | Reviewed this property |
I would say it’s about 20/30 mins, and in the heat may be best to get a taxi. That is what we did en route back from a day out at Pueto Buenos. I loved Estepona, especially the market on a Weds and Sun.
Response from biddymarray | Reviewed this property |
You can get a ruta de murals map in the tourist office in plaza las Flores. However you can see quite a few just going up Calle terraza. One just off in Calle malaga is specially for those with poor sight and is at low... More
You can get a ruta de murals map in the tourist office in plaza las Flores. However you can see quite a few just going up Calle terraza. One just off in Calle malaga is specially for those with poor sight and is at low level with Braille descriptions then further up on the left hand side the corner just after la palma tapas restaurant turn left into la járdin de las poetas, in that lovely little square you will see a large mural and busts of lots of poets. Retrace your steps back to Calle terrace look up and to the sides and you will spot more murals. Go right to the top of Calle terraza after the orchidrium and you will reach the spectacular fisherman over 6 blocks. Best seen from the left hand side where there is an arrow on the floor.