Estepona is a Spanish resort town with 17 beaches along its 21-km-long coastline. This strip of Costa Del Sol has over 325 days of sunshine per year, making it popular with those looking to enjoy a sun-filled vacation in southern Spain. Playa del Cristo and Playa de la Rada are closest to town, both having calm waters that are safe for young swimmers and with lifeguards on duty during the summer.

    Estepona’s whitewashed old town has several traffic-free streets, making it easy and safe for sightseeing on foot. Must-sees include the 15th-century San Luis Castle and the town clock at Plaza del Reloj. The winding alleyways are decorated with geraniums, bringing bright splashes of color to the cobblestoned streets.

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      Estepona is a resort town of varied attractions along Costa Del Sol in southern Spain. It's a place of year-round sunshine, and with 2 Blue Flag beaches, it’s no surprise that it attracts plenty of travelers looking to enjoy a winter sun vacation. Estepona is one of the most family-friendly destinations in Spain. Its whitewashed old town's many...

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