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Estepona Travel Guide

The nightlife in Estepona

Estepona has an interesting night scene which, like Marbella, gets its reputation not through what you see when you enter the town, but from the surprises which await the visitor to its back streets. The town is essentially divided into the port and its immediate vicinity and the main town, the port being the first area to which tourists will instinctively flock. On the seafront a large selection of bars and restaurants specialise in serving fresh local fish, as well as the usual international range of dishes.

The back streets of Estepona see most of the action though. There seems no end to the number of small bars hidden around the many narrow corners. The most popular place is Plaza de los Flores (Flower Square) and here you will find a large concentration of bars built around the fountain and garden. This is the equivalent of Orange Square in Marbella and during the summer is definitely the place to socialise and make new friends.

Nightclubs & Discos

In the Old Town

In the Marina

In the Puerto Deportivo, most of the discos are frequented by a younger crowd, although all ages are welcome in Spanish discos - as long as you can stand the pace!