About Estepona & Sotogrande
The beautiful coastal town of Estepona sits between the exclusive private estates of Sotogrande and La Zagaleta, where some of Europe’s wealthiest families have summer homes. This area is synonymous with luxury, with a number of high-profile golf courses and restaurants, including the 5-star Finca Cortesin.
Estepona’s beaches are spectacular and have a great atmosphere, with the popular Playa del Rada beach in front of town and the sheltered Cove of El Cristo nearby. There are also numerous other beautiful beaches nearby. There are many watersports to choose from, including surfing and kayaking.
There are a few museums and galleries in the town, plus plenty of family friendly activities. The renowned Selwo Adventure Park is close, and there is a zoo and botanical gardens in nearby Manilva. The Museum of Palaeontology is also worth a visit, and the Antigua Casa Consistorial has a fascinating collection of antiques.
For children, there is a choice of several private schools in the area. Sotogrande International School (SIS) is a highly regarded international school with excellent facilities. It offers IB programmes and caters for students from 8 months to 18 years of age. The school has comfortable boarding houses and provides all-round education and development.
The H10 Estepona Palace is just a short drive from many of the best golf courses in Andalusia, and its Blue Team organises a full programme of activities, including Spanish lessons, paella cookery classes and paddle tennis, billards and table tennis tournaments, quizzes, aquagym and tai-chi. The hotel has special agreements with most of the local courses, and its golf desk offers instant booking and packages. Estepona & Sotogrande