WHY ESTEPONA-COSTA DEL SOL?
Because studying Spanish in Estepona is the perfect choice for those who love the sea, the sun, golf and a quiet, family atmosphere. Estepona, located in a privileged enclave, captivates its visitors in every corner. Its renovated old town offers the possibility of enjoying a real urban garden. Its whitewashed streets give it the essence of a coastal Andalusian village. It preserves its customs and traditions, which coexist with its more modern and touristic aspect. Its extensive range of sports and leisure activities, a relaxed atmosphere and excellent gastronomy. Its location: Estepona is in the heart of COSTA DEL SOL: More than 325 days of sunshine a year gives us an excellent climate with all kinds of beaches.
An enviable climate with 3,000 hours of sunshine a year, more than 325 days of sunshine a year. The pleasant and warm waters of the Mediterranean allow you to enjoy a large part of the year. The Costa del Sol is one of the favourite holiday destinations for Europeans. And it is no surprise when you consider that it offers an average annual temperature of 17.8 ° C with mild winters.
A town with a long coastline and a maritime tradition, its backdrop is an exceptional mountainous setting, Sierra Bermeja, a magnificent natural bastion overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar. Archaeological remains from prehistoric times (Dolmenes de Coromina) to the Arab and Roman influences. You can visit towns and cities with an indisputable cultural richness such as Ronda, Casares, Granada, Gibraltar or Malaga.
Estepona is located in the western part of the Costa del Sol, at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja mountain range. Washed by the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa del Sol covers more than 150 kilometres of coastline in the province of Malaga, in the south of the Iberian Peninsula. It is 50 minutes from Malaga airport. Marbella and Puerto Banús are only 15 minutes away. 48 minutes from Gibraltar and its airport.
There are bars and restaurants where you can enjoy the traditional tapas. Between the old town and the beach of La Rada stretches the Paseo Marítimo, with numerous beach bars, the typical beach restaurants where excellent fresh fish is served and where you can taste an authentic delicacy, the ESPETO (fish skewered on reeds to roast with firewood on the sand of the beach). A range of flavours that you should pair with the excellent Spanish wines.