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Lucas Fox offers an exclusive selection of Estepona real estate for sale, ranging from both traditional and contemporary apartments to large houses and exclusive villas situated on the outskirts of the town and as far as Casares.
Known as the Pearl of the Costa del Sol, Estepona was originally a small fishing town with very few tourists, but in recent years it has become a hotspot for property buyers, offering a traditional Spanish lifestyle.
Endless narrow, cobbled streets lined with white houses covered in multicoloured flowers still characterise this typical Andalusian village. The white-walled centre of the old town is the cultural hub of Estepona and is filled with traditional restaurants and bars. Aside from the old town, Estepona boasts a 21km stretch of beaches, a charming marina with a yacht club and a local fishing port, all of which visitors can enjoy throughout the year thanks to the enviable warm climate. The combination of mountains and sea give it a picture-postcard perfect setting.
The town has benefited from significant infrastructure investment over the last 7 years or so, particularly on the Paseo Martímo and it now has one of the best seafront promenades on the coast, with playgrounds and sandy beaches. Although the town has grown and developed rapidly, it has managed to maintain its Spanish essence. Considered "the real Spain", it is ideal for those looking for traditional Spanish culture with modern facilities, on the coast.
This clean, safe area boasts an average of 325 days of sunshine a year and the ideal balance between a dynamic, international atmosphere and a peaceful, laid back Andalusian lifestyle. Local cafés and restaurants serve up traditional delicacies at surprisingly reasonable prices and the town buzzes gently day and night with the activity of people, both visitors and locals alike, milling through the streets and enjoying the fabulous climate and the enviable quality of life that Estepona offers.
With 30 golf courses in the direct vicinity, a charming marina with a yacht club, numerous restaurants, a local fishing port and a beautiful, long, wide, family-friendly beach, Estepona is a paradise of sunshine and leisure, with something for everyone. The beaches are well equipped with excellent facilities, including "chiringuito" beach bars, lifeguard posts, sports facilities and beach clubs.
Estepona real estate is a sound future investment as the town has long been a popular holiday and second residence destination with both Spanish and international tourists, and the central location it boasts means that Málaga airport, Marbella, Tarifa, Sevilla, Gibraltar airport and even Africa can easily be reached. The town is surrounded by country lanes and rustic fincas, and the mountains of the Sierra Bermeja behind the town provide some lovely places to walk and picnic.