Estepona is a both a working town with a large permanent population and an engaging seaside resort bringing you Blue Flag beaches, a stylish marina and loads of authentic restaurants and Spanish beach bars. Estepona’s old quarter is characterised by its narrow streets, that still maintain the original route from the 18th century, although many of its buildings are from before this time.
The main part of Estepona is lovely and flat, with some inclines up towards the top of the town. You have a very long flat paseo from the old town to the port, which gently rise towards the port. Much of the town is pretty flat with some slight to medium inclines in places. The old town is beautiful and accessible for people with mobility problems or who use a wheelchair. Many shops have ramps to access.
What to do?
Accessible highlights and things to do in and around Estepona;
- Rada Beach and Padrón Beach
- Old town Estepona
- Marina Estepona
- Paseo Maritimo
- Orchidarium & Botanical Gardenium
- Sunday Market
- Day trip Marbella
How to get there?
There is a direct bus from Malaga airport to Estepona. However, this bus only runs a few times a day. It is operated by Advanza Portillo.
Currently there is no link by train to Estepona.
Accessible private transfers to Estepona can be arranged from Malaga airport.