Estepona - See and Do

A new skyline for Estepona, with the emblematic dome of the Orchid Museum.
A new skyline for Estepona, with the emblematic dome of the Orchid Museum © Michelle Chaplow

Estepona is a small fishing village with lots of character and an interesting history, reflected by the large number of fascinating old buildings in town. However if you are more interested in the present than the past, don't worry, there is plenty for everyone to experience and enjoy.

Aqueduct de Saladavieja

An aqueduct that bears the name of the ancient Roman town that once stood here. More >

Archaeological Sites

Archaeological sites ccan be visited in Estepona centre as well as within the municipality. More >

Art Gallery

Exhibitions are often held as the Casa de la Cultura or in the new Palacio de Congresos. More >

Conference & Exhibition Hall

The modern Estepona Conference and Exhibition Hall is located to the east of the town. More >

Estepona Bullring

The bullring was opened in 1972 and is distinguished by its unique design. More >

La Ermita del Calvario

This chapel is located at the back of the town on top of a little hill. More >

La Torre del Reloj

All that remains of the church that was completed around 1473, the oldest ecclesiastical building on the coast. More >


The Marina is situated at the west end of the seafront promenade. A pleasant place for a stroll. More >


There are four museums in Estepona all located in the Bullring. More >

Nuestra Señora de los Remedios

Built in the 18th century from local iron and rich limestone. More >

Plaza de las Flores

Estepona's main square serves as a bustling focal point of the town. More >

Castillo de San Luís

Although there is little remaining of this great castle, it is still interesting to visit. More >

Museo de Arte de la Diputación

Opened in February 2018 and is known as MAD for short. It exhibits 49 paintings from 21st century Spanish artists. More >

Selwo Wildlife Park

Enjoy a wide range of exoctic animals living semi-wild at this beautifully landscaped wildlife park. More >

The Watchtowers

Numerous watchtowers along the coast, some of which are of Moorish origin, others from the Christian re-conquest. More >


Estepona's Route of Artistic Murals is a project started in 2012 to improve neglected neighbourhoods. More >

Casa de las Tejerinas

A stately house in the centre of Estepona in the Plaza de los Flores. More >


Sculptures found around the streets and squares of Estepona. More >

Pasaje Poetas Andaluces

In the garden there are twelve bronze busts of Andalucian poets, supported at head-height on marble pillars. More >

Orchid House

5000 plants and 1.300 species and these have been carefully selected More >

Rainbow Steps

The Rainbow Steps in Estepona are a colourful yet little-known attraction, just off the Avenida del Mar. More >

Treasure Hunt

Try the treasure hunt through the the old town of Estepona, which was created to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of More >

Parks & Gardens

There are a number of beautifully landscaped and enjoyable public parks in Estepona. More >

Estepona Beaches

Estepona has 22 km of beaches More >


The current 20m tall octagonal stone structure was built in 1922 when a rotating glass mechanism floating on mercury was introduced of French make Barbier, Bernard & Turenne. More >

Beach clubs

Puro Beach club in Estepona - others in Marbella More >


Have a Moraga on the beach in one of the sand filled 'fishing boats'. More >


Take me back to the Estepona home.

Take me back to the See and Do Andalucia home.




Search Hotels in Estepona

Show only available hotels