Charter yacht in Estepona

3 yachts for rent in Estepona

Estepona is located in Spain on the Costa del Sol and is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. The city with an area of 137 km2, which was founded by the Romans, is located 80 km from the administrative center - Malaga, with a population of more than 66,000 people.

Princess V60
Estepona, Spain
  • 2000
  • Length 18.42 m
  • Beam 4.65 m
  • Draft 1.27 m
$ 2 625
per day
15:37 24.07.2019
Astondoa 72
Estepona, Spain
  • 2004
  • Length 22.00 m
  • Beam 5.50 m
$ 6 176
per day
20:26 21.06.2019
  • 2004
  • Length 23.00 m
$ 5 412
per day
19:14 07.05.2019

Due to the fact that the municipality is surrounded by the sea, it boasts a wonderful microclimate, because most of the days of the year are warm and sunny, and in winter the temperature rarely drops below + 10 ° C, therefore yacht charter in Estepona Is always a good choice.

17 beaches, most of which are marked with the Blue Flag status, stretch for 21 km. The most popular places are Playa del Cristo, Playa del Padrón, Playa de la Rada, those who wish can visit the nudist beach Costa Natura. Four- and five-star hotels are within walking distance from the sea, city hotels are located within the historical part of the city. You can rent a yacht in Estepona, and go around the entire coast on it.

You can have a bite to eat almost everywhere; a large number of restaurants are located on Real Street and the main embankment. The most sought-after and refined product is the Padrone trout, which lives in the waters of the Mediterranean coast.

The nearest airport is Gibraltar, located 45 km from the city, you can also fly to Malaga Costa del Sol Airport, and from there you can get by bus, which runs twice a day, or by train, but with a change. From Malaga it is possible to order a taxi, which will cost up to 80 euros, and the trip will last about an hour.

You can rent a yacht in Estepona in the marina and fishing port, which are very close to the city center. Also in Puerto Deportivo de Estepona, seafood auctions are held every day.There are many cafes and bars on its territory. On Sundays, the market opens, traders from neighboring cities come to it, offering leather goods, textiles, souvenirs, and ceramics.

The main attractions - the Clock Tower, the Bullfighting Museum, the Church of Our Lady of Healing and others, are concentrated not far from the Flower Square. The Plaza de las Flores is adorned with orange trees and flowers, it houses restaurants and a tourist information center, which provides information on how to travel around the municipality and itineraries.

Next to the embankment is the restored Punta Doncella Lighthouse, 20 meters high, and along the coast there are 7 stone towers of the 15th-16th centuries.

There are 447 berths in the local port, so yacht charter in Estepona is much cheaper than in other Spanish cities.