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Estepona’s history is heavily marked by the presence of the Phoenicians, Romans and Arabs in the early 8th century. Later transformed into a fishing village, its old town has been remodelled into a unique urban garden known as “El Jardín de la Costa del Sol” (“The Garden of the Costa del Sol”). However, agriculture and fishing still play an essential role in Estepona’s economy. The town also preserves other inherent features like its maze of white streets, its facades brimming with colourful pots, and its customs and traditions. You may want to bring a festivities calendar with you, so you won’t miss any of its exciting events! The natural background ranges from awe-inspiring mountains covered in fir forests to splendidly conserved beaches. With 21 km of coastline, the number of beaches on offer is enormous, from large, crowded beaches to tiny and even nudist coves. Which one do you want to hit today?