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    The Best Boat Rentals in Estepona, Spain

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    Boating Guide - Estepona

    What to know about renting a boat in Estepona, Spain

    Renting a boat is the best way to explore the gorgeous coastline of Estepona. You can cruise in the open ocean or explore the various beaches in the city. There are many rental and charter options to suit the budget of all sorts of travelers coming to Estepona for a visit. You’ll get a whole new perspective on this part of Spain and its breathtaking natural features.

    If you’d like to spend a day cruising in the waves and seeing lots of the Andalucian coastline, opt for a powerboat or motor yacht. These boats will be a fun way to cruise while you're on vacation in Estepona. Rent a boat on your own with your family or travel mates and explore, or charter a captain to take you to the best spots around Estepona. Sailboats are also available to rent or charter. Choose from gorgeous catamarans or monohull sailboats to cruise by wind along the coast.

    For sporty and active travelers staying in Estepona, consider trying a paddle sport for a day of fun on the sea. Stand-up paddleboard rentals and kayak rentals are great choices available in Estepona. Spend a few hours on a tour or paddle out by yourself and explore the beautiful beaches and coastline of Estepona.

    If you’re an angler and looking for a day of excitement, consider a sports fishing charter off the coast of Estepona. An experienced fishing captain will take you and your fishing group out for a fun day of reeling in big catches. Don’t worry about packing your gear, all equipment, bait, and tackle are included on these full-service charters.

    Boating Events in Estepona

    Estepona is a relatively small Spanish town and is not far from nearby Malaga, a much bigger city in the region. There aren’t any big boating events that take place in Estepona, but the local marinas do organize small sailing regattas in the summer.

    Other Things To Do

    While on land, there are many things to do and explore while in Estepona. Go for a walk along the promenade that stretches along the water, and explore the old town center. Stop at bars and restaurants in the center to enjoy a drink and some tapas. Estepona tapas that you must eat include fried calamari, and the cold tomato soup, gazpacho.

    The best beaches in Estepona include Playa del Cristo, which is great for families. It has calm, shallow water and sunbeds for rent. There are also bars and restaurants nearby in case you get hungry! Playa de la Rada and Playa de la Cala are two more beaches in Estepona to check out.

    The Parque Botánico Orquidario is a gorgeous botanical garden in Estepona. It's full of orchids and other flowers and is an interesting sight to see for anyone who loves flowers and nature. The building itself is also architecturally appealing.

    Marinas in Estepona

    The main marinas in Estepona include Puerto Deportivo de Estepona, Estepona Marina, and Puerto Estepona. These locations have all the facilities and amenities for boating needs, including nearby restaurants and bars. They are picturesque spots in the city to stop by even if you aren’t renting a boat while in Estepona. Go for a stroll on the docks and watch the sunset as the boats bob in their berths.

    About Estepona

    Estepona is a beach town on the southern coast of Spain on the Costa del Sol. It is the perfect vacation spot for relaxing beach days of soaking up the Mediterranean sun. It retains its old Spanish charm while providing all the tourist amenities a visitor could need. You can spend hours wandering its ancient cobblestone streets. Get lost while exploring the history through the alleyways of the town. Stop to enjoy what the south of Spain is known for - tapas. There are many little restaurants and bars serving great food in Estepona. You can enjoy a nice meal and admire the gorgeous flower plantings that contrast against the whitewashed buildings.

    Estepona is one of the best Spanish towns for going to the beach, relaxation and enjoying delicious Spanish food.

    The best time of year to visit Estepona is from late March to June, or September through October. These months see the best weather in Southern Spain, with sunny warm days perfect for enjoying the beach. The peak summer months of July and August can be unbearably hot and crowded. The winter in Estepona is mild but is usually too cold to enjoy a swim in the sea.

    To get to Estepona, the easiest way is to catch a flight to Malaga and then rent a car or take a bus down the coast. There are direct buses as well as bus routes that stop in Marbella on the way to Estepona.

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    GetMyBoat customer reviews for boat rentals in Estepona.

    1. Nick
      Sailing Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 411 Cruising Monohull Charter in Estepona

      Great boat, lots of places to sun-bathe, ability to play your own music, comfy seating area, friendly skipper - all good : )

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