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Visitors to Estepona are almost guaranteed sun – this Andalusian town, nestled between the sea and the Sierra Bermeja Mountains, enjoys more than 325 days of sunshine per year. Estepona is renowned for its beaches too, with white-sand stretching for 20 kilometres (12 miles).
It’s a quieter spot, ideal for families. The port and marina are “working” with daily early-morning (6am) fish auctions. Show up later, and the restaurants and bars in the marina area will have the fish cooked. The marina is where you’ll find lively pubs and bars, and the Plaza de las Flores in the old quarter of Estepona is lined with cafes. The streets around the square are typically Andalusian – narrow and cobbled with white-washed houses and balconies spilling over with colourful flowers.
For a taste of Spain, the bull ring, on the outskirts of the town, has four museums, one with a collection of bullfighting memorabilia.
Estepona has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers (April to October) and dry winters (December to February). During the summer, temperatures vary between 25 and 30 C (77 and 86 F) and are never unbearably hot due to a combination of the dry heat and sea breezes.
With a Mediterranean climate, and 325 days of sunshine there is no bad time to visit Estepona.
There are plenty of care hire companies at all the main transport facilities and major tourist destinations around Estepona. Comfortable trains can get you around the province, and there are taxis and buses available, too. The city also provides Segways and bikes for a ‘green’ way of transportation.