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The old town is a jumble of mostly pedestrian streets, very pitoresque.
Ask at the information office for a map indicating the emplacement of various murals spread around.
You can park for free at the edge of the old town, for example near the Carrefour...More
Estepona is a beautiful place would definetly go again. Hired a fantastic villa. Lovely beach think it was cristos which was great for children. Some nice beach bars too. Estepona town and marina are very nice with some great resturants. People were lovely.
We haven't seen much of the older Spain and so thoroughly enjoyed the narrow streets , colourful planting and fountains . Plenty of Bars and restaurant's. It is on the side of a hill but not very steep and as the streets are also narrow...More
Used local buses . Pretty town, walked from port into centre. port was pleasant , no restaurants open until quite late. Lovely choice of tapas bars, cafes ect in old town. Pretty streets good shopping and friendly locals.
What a beautiful Old Town! Little alleys with an abundance of flowers everywhere. All the sights are within easy walking distance from each other, only the bullring is outside the old town near the port area. On Sundays there is a market at the port...More
Flowers everywhere, each street with a different color scheme, geraniums hanging on white walls, Jazmin and Lady of the Night creeping over walls filling the night air with perfumes.. worthwhile just to walk without having anywhere in specific to go.
This is the last town on Costa not spoilt by overdevelopment, Lovely squares great back streets, every street is decorated with different colour flower pots. Give it a try you will like me go back again and again.
City center is incredibly big, clean, decorated with plenty of flowefs and still not too crowded. While strolling in those little streets you will find a lot of restaurants and cafes, where you can stop for a food or a drink.
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You can get a ruta de murals map in the tourist office in plaza las Flores. However you can see quite a few just going up Calle terraza. One just off in Calle malaga is specially for those with poor sight and is at low... More
You can get a ruta de murals map in the tourist office in plaza las Flores. However you can see quite a few just going up Calle terraza. One just off in Calle malaga is specially for those with poor sight and is at low level with Braille descriptions then further up on the left hand side the corner just after la palma tapas restaurant turn left into la járdin de las poetas, in that lovely little square you will see a large mural and busts of lots of poets. Retrace your steps back to Calle terrace look up and to the sides and you will spot more murals. Go right to the top of Calle terraza after the orchidrium and you will reach the spectacular fisherman over 6 blocks. Best seen from the left hand side where there is an arrow on the floor.