Estepona by its geographical location has a rich nature around it, from Sierra Bermeja, the place with the highest concentration of peridotite in the world, to its beaches, unforgettable for the diversity of these. Therefore, here I bring you a recommendation of places you can not miss when visiting Estepona.
To begin with, we have the beaches, from which you can choose the one you like best according to its sand, on the one hand there is the Angel beach, a rocky beach full of stones for those who can not stand the sand stuck up everywhere, on the other hand, you can choose the Cristo beach, with fine sand and soft to the touch, and if you are not convinced by either of the previous two we have the beach of La Rada, an intermediate point of the two and the main beach parallel to almost the entire city. Finally mention that there are also other beaches for more specific circumstances, such as Costa Natura, a nudist beach, or Playa De Piedra Paloma, a canine beach in the municipality of Casares 10 minutes from Estepona.
Apart from the coastal wealth of Estepona, we often forget about Sierra Bermeja and the nature inland, which is not far behind the beaches. To begin with, I recommend the Baños de la Hedionda, a Roman baths built on a spring of sulfurous waters ideal for the skin, is also in the municipality of Casares, that is, no more than 15 minutes by car, with an enclosure for parking near the baths. And finally we have the obligatory visit to the Paseo de los Pinsapos, a unique place in the world. The Spanish fir is a species that is only found in a small area north of Africa and in the Serrania de Ronda distributed in different areas of the same, however the Paseo de los Pinsapos is the only area of concentration of Spanish firs on peridotite, stone that gives color and name to our mountains staining it red.
I hope this post has been helpful and that when visiting Estepona do not forget to visit any of the sites mentioned, I promise you will not regret it.