Golf in Estepona
The beautiful town of Estepona is one of the Costa del Sol’s hidden gems. Estepona is renowned for its beaches, which stretch along some 21 km of coastline - it is a popular resort and holiday destination - but Estepona also boasts one of Andalusia’s prettiest old quarters as well as some of the best golf courses in Spain. All reasons why you should visit Estepona before the rest of the world discovers Estepona. Unlike many of the Costa del Sol’s other towns, Estepona has managed to retain its identity as an Spanish white washed village (pueblo blanco), with its own unique ambience and style.
Golf in Estepona is a popular activity due to the climate and because there are 30 golf clubs available in the Estepona region. When planning a golftrip or golfbreak to Estepona make sure to book a tee time at Finca Cortesín Golf Club, Real Club Valderrama and Club de Golf La Reserva - Sotogrande which are some of the best golf courses in Spain. If you prefer to stay in a golf resort near Estepona then this also possible. There are quite a few well-known golf resorts around Estepona, like Villa Padierna, San Roque Club and Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort. Being surrounded by the Sierra Bermeja mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, Estepona enjoys a special micro climate with approximately 325 sunny days a year. The Mediterranean climate provides warm and dry summers (April through October) and mild winters. Average summer temperatures in Estepona vary between 25 and 30 degrees, with a yearly average temperature of around 20 degrees.
Gibraltar Airport is the nearest international airport serving Estepona. It is located 45 km south of Estepona and has direct flights to Manchester, London Gatwick and London Luton. Málaga Airport is the next nearest international airport and is located north of Estepona and is approximately 80 km away.