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Paseo Maritimo de Estepona

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Paseo Maritimo de Estepona

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Gertrude wrote a review Feb 2021
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There are so much to be maintained here. The side parallel to Rada beach is the part needing most attention.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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TheRestlessTraveller wrote a review Jan 2021
Northop Hall, United Kingdom341 contributions190 helpful votes
Covering most of the seafront of the town of Estepona this area is on the whole sympathetically, if not well, set out for visitors and locals alike. Covering about 2-3 kms (2 Miles), the walk, if you choose some exercise over taking in one of the bars or restaurants, offers some spectacular views regardless of the time of year. It makes for a worthwhile visit in itself if you are based in one of the commutable towns such as Casares del Mar, Guadalmansa or Isdabe. The eateries and entertainment businesses offer something for the vast majority of tastes and pockets so you will find something to entice you in. My only concern was that public facilities where thin on the ground. Changing rooms that weren’t part of a business were none existent and toilet facilities were biased to one end of the promenade so those who had the need would have had to plan in advance or abuse the facilities of local businesses. Also the Information office although sign posted was nowhere to be seen resulting in the need to go back into the town area by the Plaza de las Flores. Issues aside this is a lovely place to visit and added to a market day or one of the local religious feast days could be a real day to remember. Recommended, particularly if you are looking for a nearby alternative and are based at one of the hotels/villas in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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StephenCross wrote a review Oct 2020
Dublin, Ireland14,905 contributions1,626 helpful votes
Good promenade and it runs for miles. The flowers are colourful and the beach is really clean. Recommended
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dominique A wrote a review Sep 2020
Lleida, Spain179 contributions14 helpful votes
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Our weekly walk, Sunday special! We park our car behind Carrefour and walk all the way to the port for a casual lunch and a little shopping at the market. Very enjoyable.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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luis wrote a review Aug 2020
Braga, Portugal62 contributions25 helpful votes
A very nice walk, with shades provided by tall structures build along the beach. A large and long path to take a ealk along beautiful sandy beach.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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