Estepona Old Town

Discover the Timeless Charm of Estepona's Old Town - A Treasure on the Costa del Sol

Nestled along the picturesque western coast of Costa del Sol, in proximity to the renowned Marbella, lies the charming and traditional area of Estepona’s Old Town. Embraced by the majestic Sierra Bermeja mountain, this enchanting enclave bestows property owners with breathtaking vistas and a profound sense of history. Boasting luxurious apartments and traditional townhouses, many within a stone’s throw from the beach, the Old Town exudes a rare blend of elegance and heritage.

Steeped in historical character, real estate developments in the Old Town are thoughtfully limited, with a preference for new apartment buildings over houses. Luxurious penthouses also grace the area, attracting discerning buyers seeking refined living spaces. The privileged location of the Old Town is yet another allure, nestled alongside the charming Puerto Deportivo de Estepona marina and fishing port, while being just a short distance from the Beach Side New Golden Mile.

Estepona’s Old Town enjoys excellent connectivity, with both Malaga and Gibraltar international airports a mere 45-minute drive away. Despite its proximity to the bustling Marbella, the Old Town preserves an air of tranquility, making it an irresistible choice for foreign expats seeking their dream property. The harmonious blend of traditional Andalusian spirit with modern villas and apartment complexes captivates affluent buyers seeking the epitome of luxury living.

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Immersed in a rich tapestry of history, the Old Town boasts a treasure trove of historical monuments. From the iconic La Torre del Reloj church dating back to 1473 to the 16th-century castle of San Luis, each structure narrates tales of the past. Beautiful squares, such as the Plaza de las Flores, beckon visitors to indulge in their enchanting ambiance. Along its cobbled streets, charming restaurants and cafes tempt passersby with both traditional Andalusian delicacies and international flavors. Adding to the Old Town’s allure is the Orquidario botanic garden, graced with a mesmerizing 17-meter waterfall and a mesmerizing array of orchids.

Estepona’s Old Town offers an unforgettable blend of history, luxury, and natural beauty. Its timeless appeal, complemented by the stunning mountain views and proximity to the azure waters of the Mediterranean, creates an idyllic haven for those seeking a truly enchanting living experience on the Costa del Sol.

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