Old pueblo charm
This rustic town is all about traditional Spanish treats. The ruins of the 15th century San Luis Castle include semi-tropical gardens, displaying life right in the middle of an abandoned relic of the past. On Wednesdays, there’s an authentic market, while Sundays are made for the marina.
A sunshine spot
With 21km of sand, two Blue Flag beaches and 325 days of sunshine, Estepona is just incredible. Playa del Cristo boasts a number of bars, as well a spot for beach cricket, while La Rada Beach runs past the old town and is great for giving kayaking a go.
If you want to discover inland, head to Calle Real, with its deliriously exciting fiesta atmosphere. The Mediterranean cuisine is deliciously fresh – especially the fish caught locally daily – so enjoy eating al fresco as you look out over the glimmering seas. Make sure you get in among the waves, too.