It is no secret that the Costa del Sol has achieved its fame and renown thanks to the magnificent beaches that the province of Malaga possesses along its more than 150 kilometres of coastline.
Beaches such as La Malagueta, La Carihuela in Torremolinos, El Palo or Cabopino beach in Marbella have managed to attract the visits of thousands and thousands of tourists over the last few years.
However, today we would like to talk to you about the coast of Estepona, a magnificent town in Malaga that has some of the best beaches in Andalusia. Join us on this route through the best beaches in Estepona and discover them to spend an unforgettable summer 2021.
The beaches of Estepona are characterised by their fine brown sand, with a moderate swell that will allow you to sunbathe with the best comfort in the world.
They also have many facilities for people with mobility problems, making the beaches of Estepona very accessible. In its 23 kilometres, you will find up to 15 different beaches where there is no shortage of beach bars and restaurants where you can try traditional Malaga cuisine, such as sardine skewers.
What’s more, on clear days you’ll be able to see the opposite side of the Strait of Gibraltar.
Although Estepona has many beaches with the Blue Flag, a recognition awarded by the European Foundation for Environmental Education, it offers all of them a great beach quality.
Whether you go with your family or as a couple, any beach in the town is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the wonderful scenery.
Located in the southwest part of Estepona next to the marina, you will find the Cristo beach, a cove of almost 700 metres long with clean and crystalline water.
It stands out for having its own car park and several play areas thanks to its immense grove of trees, making it an ideal beach to enjoy with the youngest members of the family.
You will find beach bars where you can enjoy live music, as well as a wide gastronomic offer based on fresh fish and fried fish from the sea.
La Rada beach stands out for its location right in the centre of Estepona, which makes it a perfect option if we want to go sightseeing and visit the main streets of the town.
On its more than two kilometres of sand, we will find a huge team of lifeguards and lifeguards who guarantee the safety of bathers, as it is one of the busiest beaches in Estepona.
It has all kinds of services: toilets, access for people with mobility problems, car parks, beach bars, showers…
Located between the Guadalobón beach and the Costa Natura beach, we find the black sand Arroyo Vaquero beach.
It is a very quiet beach due to its small size, but it is definitely worth a visit to enjoy its seabed, thanks to the enormous presence of rocks and to have an unforgettable visual experience.
Enjoyed by the Obama family, Saladillo beach is the longest beach in Estepona, as it is more than 3 kilometres long.
It is surrounded by pine trees and dunes, as it is located in a semi-urban area, so we can take shelter from the sun in the shade during the hottest days.
We could say that La Galera beach is the most photogenic beach in Estepona, as its rocky areas offer us beautiful landscapes that invite us to take pictures.
Located near the beach Bahía Dorada, it is a wide beach, more than two kilometres long and 30 metres wide, with dark sand and perfect for lovers of water sports, such as windsurfing or diving.
As you can see, in Estepona there are plenty of beaches and coves to enjoy. This town on the Costa del Sol is ideal for any time of the year.
If you fall in love with its fantastic beaches and want to buy a new development property in Estepona to live in this magnificent town in Malaga, do not hesitate to contact us, our team at Gilmar Off Plan will be delighted to advise you.