Orientation to Estepona
Estepona is located on the coast about 20km west of Marbella. The town has a bypass for through traffic along the coast. Travelling from the east, Estepona town is best entered from the km 158 exit from the A-7 coastal highway. Travelling form the west fork right at 'Estepona' km 152 roundabout by Shell petrol station. Both routes will lead you into the town on long the old N-340 coast road.
There are two other entrances (km 155) one leading directly into Ave Juan Carlos I the other (km 153) into the industrial estate before joining Ave Juan Carlos.
From the East
Leaving the A-7 at km 158 you will enter Estepona on the Avenida de Literal dual carriageway. this road has a central reservation ornamental planted area. On the right is the bus station, Palacio de Congresos on the right Carrefour, the towns largest supermarket on the left hand side. On the right is a free car parking area. The road then drops down affording the sight of the expansive La Rada beach.
Continue along the seafront. There is an underground car park here (1.90€ an hour or 17€ a day) until you see some buildings on your left hand side. At the traffic lights, on the right is Calle de la Terraza, a road that bisects the old town. Since 2019 vechicles are not alowed to enter Calle de la Terraza. Continue straight on along Avenida España to the big roundabout with the fountain in the centre. This is Avenida Juan Carlos I. For the other underground car park turn round here and head back the way you came and before the seafront buildings on the right hand side turn right into the underground car park, (1.90€ an hour or 17€ a day) located under the seafront promenade. Alternatively continue straight on in the direction of the lighthouse for the Marina and the bullring.
From the West
Leaving the A-7 at km 152 you will enter Estepona on the old N-340 coast road. Avenida del Carmen is a dual carriageway with the ornamental landscaped area in the centre. Hotel H10 Estepona is on you right, local police station on your left. Just after this, you will see the Marina on your right and, a little further on the Bullring on the left.
You may want to park in the Marina area and have a look around. Continue along the seafront until you see Banco Sabadell (blue sign) on the left hand side, with a fountain in the centre of the roundabout. This is Avenida Juan Carlos. Continue along the sea front until another set of traffic lights and turn right into the underground car park (1.90€ an hour or 17€ a day) which is located under the seafront promenade to visit the old town.