Estepona port, also known as Puerto Deportivo de Estepona, is a modern marina sits on the western end of the old town and the start of Playa de la Rada beach that runs 2.6 kilometres long the full length of the town. 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 over 400 berths from 4 metres up to 35 metres with a draft of 6 metres and offers a range of services such as fuelling, repairs, and maintenance…

It is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, offering a wide range of amenities and activities like boat charters and fishing trips.

Estepona marina has still has its traditional fishermen as well as modern restaurants and bars for tourist and locals to enjoy

Along the marina, there is a lively promenade lined with restaurants, cafes, and bars. Here, visitors can enjoy a meal or a drink while taking in the stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains that surround the town.

In addition to the restaurants and bars, there are also a few shops and selling everything from souvenirs to beach equipment. The marina also hosts a variety of events and activities throughout the year, including the Sunday market that is very popular with visitors and locals.

Overall, Estepona port is a bustling hub of activity and entertainment, offering something for everyone. Whether you’re a boat enthusiast or simply looking for a place to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean lifestyle, Estepona port is definitely worth a visit.

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