Nudist Beach in Estepona
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Set in a fertile valley and dominated by the Sierra Bermeja mountain range, the town of Estepona is renowned for its 20 kilometres of beautiful coastline boasting some of the best beaches in the region and and a mild climate. The town has a diverse economy and a thriving agricultural and fishing industry as well as a booming tourist industry. Even with its tourism, Estepona has retained a traditional Spanish charm and its streets and plazas entice visitors with quaint arts & craft shops, an abundance of tapas bars and excellent restaurants.
Places of interest around the town include the old La Torre del Reloj watchtower and the ruins of Castillo de San Luis and Castillo de Nicio. Further afield in the town of Manilva are the popular La Hedionda Roman baths. The town’s marina has some superb restaurants serving wonderfully fresh fish and seafood straight from the fishing port where there are daily fish auctions. There is also a market in the port area, usually held on Sundays. Estepona and the surrounding areas are very popular with golfers and there are an abundance of courses to suit novices and experts alike, including the impressive Valderrama Golf Club that hosts the yearly Volvo Masters Championship.
The area’s beaches are by far the most popular attraction and are regularly awarded Blue Flag status. There is an official nudist beach in Estepona located to the west of the town that boasts the title of being the first official naturist area in Spain. Near the marina is La Rada Beach which is the closest to the town centre and offers a variety of water sports. Slightly west of the town is Playa del Cristo Beach, set in a sheltered bay it is popular with families and has 2 beach bar/restaurants as well as lifeguards and beach facilities.
- Arroyo Vaquero