- Marinas del Mediterraneo
- Estepona Marina - Malaga
- 29680 Estepona - Spain
- +34 952 801 800
Without a doubt, the area offers the tourist endless possibilities. As always, endeavouring to offer you the best service, we have produced a list of charming places to visit and we hope that you have a pleasant and memorable stay. May we remind you that should you require any further information, we are at entirely at your disposal.
The Sierra Bermeja, dominating the coast from Marbella to Estepona, offers some of natures finest habitats, such as forests of pinsapos, maritime pine and Mirbeck's, or Algerian oak, as well as being one of the last natural treasures on the Mediterranean coast.
The Sierra de las Nieves, one of the nature's jewels, landscapes inhabited by wild mountain goats, golden eagle, fallow deer and mouflon, amongst others.
The White Villages, Istán, Casares, Benahavís, Ojén, are some typical examples, characterising the spirit of Andalucía, not forgetting of course, Ronda, with its history and its monuments.
Estepona, with its attractive old town centre, it's markets and the fish auction on the quay.
All sports are within reach. Few tourist destinations are able to offer so many sports facilities. The golf courses in the area are considered to be the best in the country. Riding, tennis sailing and wind surfing clubs, to name but a few, complete the sporting possibilities on offer in an area with a unique local climate. If you would like to participate in any of these activities, ask us about a special discount.
The 140 km. of Mediterranean coastline known as the Costa de Sol is Europe's most sophisticated resort area. Access could not be easier, with Málaga International Airport in the east and Gibraltar Airport at the western end.
There is also an excellent road system connecting the Coast with the nearby cities of Granada, Seville and Córdoba, as well as the Spanish capital, Madrid.
The climate is ideal, with an average of 325 days of sunshine a year. This fact, together with the well-known joys of the Mediterranean, is responsible for the tremendous expansion of the tourism sector. The Costa de Sol offers hotels in every price range, that are the envy of the world.
The same can be said for the variety of restaurants of virtually every nationality, plus discotheques, night-clubs and casinos.
One would be hard put to discover a sport that isn't practised on the Coast. Modern sports complexes, with facilities for tennis, squash, gymnastics and bowls can be found everywhere. Close to 30 championship golf-courses are in play, with many others under construction, making this area the golfing centre of Europe. Yatch harbours, from the famous Puerto Banús with berths for 1000 yatchts of all sizes, to more intimate marinas, dot the entire coast.
In fact, the tideless Mediterranean makes every water sport a pleasure. It's even possible to swim in the morning and spend the afternoon skiing in the nearby Sierra Nevada. The remarkable climate has also made the Costa del Sol a favourite trainig-ground for international athletes. Cyclists, runners, football players and cricket stars delight in combining practice with the Coast's other diversions.
More and more visitors are discovering the Costa del Sol as a gateway to still other treasures, like 20,000 years of culture, and the profound traces it has left scattered throughout the province of Málaga. The interior is also rich in pastoral beauty, with dozens of unspoiled white villages offering local food, fiestas and hospitality.
The Costa del SOL has an average of 325 days of sunshine a year. The average annual day temperature is 22ºC. January, the coldest month, has an average temperature of 16ºC.
Málaga International Airport is the destination for flights from all over the world. London and Brussels are just 2h 30m away, Paris -2h 15m, Amsterdam and Frankfurt -2h 45m, Rome -3h, Stockholm -3h 45m, New York -7h. Internal flights from Madrid take only 40m, and from Barcelona just 1h 30m.