Having an apartment in Estepona without a pool, is there any places to visit with out doorpool in Estepona town ? Have two children who love the beach but it’s nice for a change
Sorry, no, public pools.
Your only chance is if you have a friend with a pool in their urbanizacion. Start finding one now!
If money is no object you could go to Bronzzzano as it is for the public and it is open air.
Totally overpriced and just out of town but if you are desperate!
There is a public outdoor pool. Cost 2,50euro adult and 1,50 child. It’s up the back behind the San Fernando football ground. We went in afternoons, quite busy but has grass around it with sunshades. Some days it’s closed in mornings for swim lessons.
Yes, that's the Santo Tomas municipal sports centre, built in 1982 and still going (fairly) strong.
I had forgotten about that one, as it's generally not highly rated, but I'm glad that you found it good this summer.
Bronzzano is prohibitively priced . . . the pool is free, but you pay through the nose for the sunbeds, drinks and food €30 each for the beds for starters . . .
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And if you want to Splash with Cash, you can buy a Day Pass at the Hotel Globales for its mini AquaPark.
El pase diario cuesta 55 euros adultos y niños 40 euros, esto incluye piscinas, parque acuático y bebidas en los bares y comidas en el snack bar, desde las 10 de la mañana hasta las 18:00
€55 adults, €40 children, to use the pools, aquapark, and free drinks in the bars and free food in the snack bar, from 10 in the morning until 6 pm.
It's in the part of Estepona to the east, almost in San Pedro
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