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There is evidence of the presence of man in Estepona dating back as far as the Paleolithic era, and later the town was later used by the Romans set up garum and fish salting factories all along the coast. Thanks to this long and rich history Estepona has so much to offer tourists with any kind of sense of wonder and exploration, and if it's wonderful beaches, marina and 8 golf courses absolutely perfect for those who just want to soak in the Spanish sun and enjoy themselves on the beach, as well.
Because of all of this Estepona has become a top destination for tourist resorts in Western Costa del Sol. And as such it has extremely renowned beaches, a fully stocked marina ( in case you want to get out on the water,) as well as seven museums and loads of interesting sites of both luxury and historical significance. Estepona offers the experience of the sea at the town's feet, as well as the astonishing beauty of the mountains surrounding the resort. For those tourists who find a great deal of enjoyment out of the environmental value in the city must be sure to check out Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja.
So, whether you are coming with a loved one, friends, family, or even just taking a much-needed break by yourself, Estepona offers everything you could possibly need to have an amazingly relaxing, enriching and often take Spanish vacation.
There are 8 golf courses in Estepona, all of which come with professional international facilities. However, if golf is not your idea of luxurious leisure there are many other options to choose from including 12+ spas, as well as hydrotherapy and thalassotherapy facilities, most of which are connected directly to luxurious deluxe hotels. Estepona also has an equestrian riding centre called Costa del Sol Equestrian, as well as a zoo which is unique in Europe. The Selwo Aventura, which has over 2,000+ animals from across the world living in open environments which are hardly captivity. Oh, yeah, there's also 17 beaches, a 3 kilometer long sea boardwalk, and an absolutely astonishingly wide range of bars, restaurants and world class nightclubs for you to indulge in on your luxurious getaway.
If the arts and culture are more up your alley, Estepona's Museum of Ethnography is someplace you will want to check out. The museum displays the lifestyles of local residents throughout the past centuries, exploring the rich and deep history of the city. Spending some time here will definitely give you a finer appreciation for all that surrounds it. There is also the Museums of Archaeology and Palaeontology (two different museums) which explored the city's rich background from Phoenician to Roman to Islamic civilisations in the Archaeology museum and displays of fossils and dinosaur replicas in the museum of Palaeontology.
There it is also a lot of living history to be engulfed in while visiting Estepona. One such place is the Church of Virgen de los Remedios. This is the main religious establishment in Estepona, and was built in the 18th century. The church has a vaulted nave with two aisles, and a transept crowned by dome, as well as a huge tower and beautiful rococo facade. The clock tower that stands near the church used to be part of the 15th-century parish church, however it has since been renovated.