Estepona - Archaeological Sites

The historic El Velerin watch tower. © Michelle Chaplow
The historic El Velerin watch tower.


Castillo del Nicio La Ermita del Calvario
Situated on a hilltop called Cerro del Castor, between the deep valleys of Rios Padrón & Castor, are extensive ruins dating mainly from the late Moorish and Christian periods.
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This chapel is located in a little visited area inland, just outside town.
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La Torre del Reloj Nuestra Señora de los Remedios
All that remains of the church that was completed around 1473, which hails as the oldest ecclesiastical building on the Costa del Sol.
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Built in the 18th century from local iron and rich limestone.
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Plaza de las Flores Ruinas del Castillo de San Luis
Estepona's main square serve as a bustling focal point of the town.
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Although there is little remaining of this one-time great castle, it is still interesting to visit the ruins.
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The Watchtowers Necropolis Corominas
There are numerous watchtowers along the coast of Southern Spain. Some are of Moorish origin, while others date from the time of the Christian re-conquest.
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Museum has been established inside a reconstructed dolmen and burial mound (Tumulus) More >
Roman Mausoleum
This site is located below the Plaza del Reloj in Calle Villa. Excavations have been left open and the visitor can see the foundations of the building.
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