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This marina is situated on a walking distance to the old town of Estepona and has 447 berths. The services offered are 24h security guards, washrooms, wireless internet and a wide selection of restaurants, bars, coffee-shops and two supermarkets...more
Av. Luis Braille, 23 | Torre de Control s/n, 29680, Estepona, Spain
All reviews sunday market lovely marina bars and restaurants sunday morning working port tourist market great sunday great market watching the boats healy macs leather goods jazz bar marina area spoilt for choice relaxed atmosphere tapas car parking
A breezy walk along the coast at this area with all the view. You can also walk along the coast line back to the Plazotera Ortiz for dinner if you like too.. There are also bars here, but still need to explore the healthy selections.
This was a forty minute walk from where we stayed so took the opportunity to get the exercise, whilst enjoying what the port had to offer. There are a shops, nice restaurants, cafes and a market on a Sunday (although it didn't have that much...More
Well worth a stroll around to look and buy a couple of souvenirs followed by coffee and a sandwich at one of the numerous cafe bars. Take your own if you are coeliac like me. Very little on offer if you wanted a snack.
Although the Port/Marina has a small charm about it, it's famous for
it's Sunday Market. There are some quality stalls like the belt stall and the sunglasses stall at the top end of the Market as well as the usual cheap offerings. It's very popular...More
Nice relaxing place to sit and people watch, go to The Wheelhouse café, run by Roger & Carol they have had the café since the eighties, lovely couple, good prices, nothing fancy. They are under the round building in the centre of the marina.
When we arrived in Estepona on Sunday morning, we found that it was market day, stalls aplenty adjacent to and around the marina and lots and lots of tourists, the marina looked just as you would expect from such a place with boats of all...More
Estepona port is a traditional Spanish working fishing port. Fishing boats leave and return to unload their catch at the fish auction daily, apart from Sundays. There are plenty of places to just sit and enjoy the ambience. Attached is a marina with boats for...More