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Estepona Beaches

Estepona Beaches

La Rada Beach

The most popular beach in Estepona located right in the center of town. Right in the centre of Estepona and the towns most popular beach, La Rada Beach.Chiringuitos are located throughout the seafront and serve traditional fare, such as paella and fresh sardines, or a choice of international-style dishes.

Type: City Beach
Size: Big (2400 m)
Average width: 25 m
Type surface: Golden sand.
Surge: Moderate


El Cristo Beach

Situated just outside the town of Estepona, to the west of the Marina El Cristo beach is situated in a delightful sheltered cove, ideal for familys with children, it also has two new chiringuitos. It's ideal location means longer hours of sunshine, making it a particular favourite for serious sunbathers.

This beach has become increasingly popular in recent years and tends to get quite crowded on summer weekends. It has a good atmosphere with music playing at two of the beach bars. In the parking of the beach, Eucalyptus trees gives you shade, once you arrived there.

Type: Urbanized
Size: Small (600 m)
Average width: 30 m
Type surface: Sand and stones
Surge: Moderate


El Padron Beach

A very popular place to do some serious sunbathing and splashing about is the El Padron beach. The Padron Beach is located a few km to the east of the town Estepona (km 159.5) and just to the east of the Rio Padron, near the Kempinski Resort Hotel and is well worth a visit.

The beach has a large car park and two beach bars serving drinks and food, which means that it is particularly popular in the summer.

Type: Urbanized
Size: Small (1000 m)
Average width: 25 m
Type surface: Gray crushed stones
Surge: Moderate