The port in Estepona sits on the western end of the old town and the start or end of Playa de la Rada depending how you want to look at it. This is still a working port and larger fishing boats as well as the smaller local boats sell their catch to market. The marina side of the port is home to leisure craft with berths from 4 metres up to 35 metres with a draft of 6 metres.
The Sunday market is held here with stalls selling leather goods and gifts including shoes, bags, jewellery and clothing accessories with a variety of other goods, there are no veg or food stalls and opens 10.00 – 14.30.
The marina is lined with tapas bars and restaurants offer a mix of cuisines from India, Chinese, Thai and traditional Spanish food. It’s a great place to sit and relax with a coffee or beer and take in some people watching.
With other businesses like a tobacconists, business centre and home to Louie Louie the live music venue as well as boat charters and fishing trips.
To the west is Playa Cristo and a sheltered cove with a sandy beach and shallow water ideal for families with children, to the east is Playa La Rada which runs the entire length of the town being some 2.6 kilometres long, both beaches have chiringuitos offering fresh fish and refreshments if you want a day on the beach.
If you have a bar, restaurant, business or offer services in the port and we have not listed you, contact us and we would be happy to add you to our information guide.