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Estepona Travel Guide

Flights to Estepona

Blue skies, glorious sunshine and beaches that will take your breath away. Sounds like a list of ingredients for a perfect getaway and if you're looking to visit a charming part of Spain that also incorporates history, character and friendly locals, the charming town of Estepona may just be the perfect destination.

Famous for its stunning coastline and unwaveringly stunning weather, Estepona is a popular holiday destination in the south of Spain. With so many beautiful attractions, it comes as no surprise that holidaymakers are always keen to visit this part of the country, especially as it is so well-served by countless cheap flights.

If you would like to find out more about this idyllic town, take a look at the travel guide to Estepona. This useful and informative resource has everything to prepare you for your dream holiday abroad, including details on climate change, places to visit and finding the best flight offers.

When planning your trip to Estepona, it is important to note that the town does not have its own airport. Instead, you will need to book cheap flights to Malaga and make the short journey to Estepona from the airport, which is approximately 70km (45 miles) away. There are a number of buses and taxis outside the airport's main entrance for you to choose from, plus you can also hire a car for the duration of your stay by visiting an operator in the terminal building. If you would like to fly to another airport, you can also book cheap flights to Gibraltar, which is located approximately 29km (18 miles) from Estepona.

Once you have arrived at Estepona, getting around the town is a very straightforward affair. If you would like to sit back and enjoy the beautiful views of the area, make good use of the buses as they are both affordable and frequent. For those holidaymakers who opt to hire a car, this will be harder to do while on the move but rest assured that the local streets are well marked and finding your way should be straightforward.

If you haven't quite decided on what attractions to put on your itinerary, you won't find it difficult finding things to do. Why not start by taking a stroll along the beautiful promenade, visit the working fishing port or simply sit back and relax on a sandy beach and wait for ideas to come to you. There are also a number of nearby attractions that you may wish to visit, including but not limited to the beautiful caves in Gibraltar, the Monte Mayor golf course and the exotic Selwo Safari Park.

Of course most holidays feature an element of the unplanned and unexpected that often make them memorable and these are merely examples of some of the many things that you can experience during your break.

Remember that if you have already visited Estepona and would like to plan a trip to a similar but different destination, search for flights to Spain and look for last-minute deals to other fascinating places in the sun. Whether you want a beach holiday or a city break, take a look at the guide to Spain for the best travel inspiration, ideas and advice.