Estepona has become a world wide know Andalusian coastal city on account of its climate, the magnificent beaches and the abundance of servicies and falicities for sun and sand. Although both its urban layout and architectural design mainly preserve the charm of Andalusian tradition, it has become a city with a marked cosmopolitan character. The main village is located by the sea, although most of the municipality is spread over the mountains behind know as Sierra Bermeja, an ecological stronghold where nature lovers can enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean, the Straits of Gibraltar and Africa. The city enters the XXI century offering a variety of activities of cultural, artistic, sport and recreational nature. It has a fantastic and varied educational offer, including bilingual schools or colleges of national prestige. It worth visiting the Archaeological Museum and the Roman and Moorish remains discovered in different parts of its urban layout. One of the most important equestrian schools in Spain are located in its municipality. Estepona has a great gastronomic offer, such as the typical bars on the beach called “chiringuitos”, or a variety of international cuisine in its marina, centre of many other sea leisure activies, such as diving, saling, sport fishing or whales watch. Its long sandy beach is undoubtedly the perfect place to relax in the sun of Andalusia. Costa del Sol is certainly one of the best places in the world to play golf all year round thanks to its mild climate. Estepona has eight magnificent golf courses where the golfer can enjoy first-class facilities and stunning Mediterranean views. Close to town are Estepona Golf, a “pay and play” course offering a magnificent natural setting, or Valle Romano Golf Club, built following the highest quality standards of the United States Golf Association of America. On the boundary with Puerto Banús we find El Campanario Golf and El Paraíso Golf Club, very popular on the Coast among residents and visitors due to fantastic rates. Thanks to its location, this town becomes an ideal starting point for one day trip to some of the region’s most beautiful and interesting towns and areas such as: MALAGA, the capital is 55 miles aprox. Within the province we find: Marbella and Puerto Banus (12 miles), Ronda (30 miles) or Antequera (85 miles) CADIZ, the capital is 90 miles aprox. Within the province we find: Sotogrande (7 miles), Tarifa (50 miles), Jerez and the Andalusian White Villages Route (80 miles) Other places of interest: Gibraltar (20 miles), Ceuta – Spanish city in North of Africa – 1 hour trip on ferry from Algeciras, or the world wide know The Alhambra and Sierra Nevada in Granada (135 miles).