Costa del Sol is not only golf; it’s also miles and miles of beautiful beaches. In the vicinity of our apartment, you will find busy city beaches with bars and typical chiringuitos restaurants, deserted natural beaches and luxury beach clubs that can make any of your wishes come true. And as a bonus, you get a view of Gibraltar and sometimes even the coast of Africa. The nearest beach is a 10-minute drive away.
Playa del Cristo
Very popular beach near the Estepona harbour, a wind-protected bay with clean and warm water. It’s ideal for families with children. The beach has changing cabins, deck chairs, parasols and chiringuitos. You can also rent water scooters here. It also has wheelchair access. Playa del Cristo is awarded the Blue Flag for water cleanliness.
Playa de la Rada
City beach in the centre of Estepona, great if you want to have fun or combine with some shopping. The beach is 3 km long, it has bars, restaurants and shops. Deck chairs, parasols, toilets, showers and water sports are also available on the beach. It is very busy, however, it was awarded the Blue Flag for water cleanliness. You can park in the underground garage in the city or in the streets.
The renowned nude beach, located between Guadalobón and Arroyo de Vaquero. It’s 850 meters long, sand with rocky sections. The beach has showers, sun loungers and parasols. Part of the beach is reserved for Costa Natura.
Playa de Guadalmansa – Bella
Quiet rocky-sandy beach, suitable for fishing. You can stop here after visiting beautiful Selwo Awentura safari park.
Playa del Saladillo
One of Estepona’s longest beaches, 6 km long, fine darker sand and clear water. Ideal for long walks. You will find sun loungers and parasols, toilets, showers, children’s playgrounds and scooter rentals here.
Playa del Padrón
This beach near Kempinski hotel is very lively, especially on the weekend because of the great beach clubs Puro Beach, Camurí and Claro! in the luxury Laguna Village. Take the exit 159.
Playa de Galera
It’s a quiet place, ideal for diving, fishing or windsurfing. Showers, sun loungers and parasols are available here. Playa de Galera got its name by the remains of a medieval tower.