A golfer’s paradise Costa Del Sol Estepona Information
Estepona Facts Information. The stretch of Andalusia between Gibraltar and Málaga is a veritable paradise for golfers – though with nearly fifty courses to choose from, you may find it difficult to make a choice!
Valderrama Golf Club, with a par of 71 the venue chosen for the 1997 Ryder Cup. The US magazine Golf World described this course as “Europe’s finest”.
La Dama de Noche, Europe’s first floodlit course, enabling you to play 24 hours a day.
The Costa Del Sol region from Spanish holidays Estepona Information.
The area boasts a beautiful climate with over 300 days of sunshine a year.
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From May to October the weather is predominantly hot and dry. In July & August the temperature rises to over 30C.
From November to April the average is about 18/20C although can rise to around 25C on a good day. October to May are the most popular months for golf.
Set within extensive gardens, the Atalaya Park golf hotel in Estepona offers 6 swimming pools and two 18-hole golf courses.
This resort is set next to Atalaya Isdabe Beach, on the Costa del Sol.
The Costa del Sol offers everything from mountain areas, winter skiing in the Sierra Nevada mountains (only one and a half hours from Malaga), beautiful beaches, theme parks, a multitude of superb Golf courses and some superb towns from the chic and classy Puerto Banus to the historic and scenic old mountain town of Ronda.
Golfers have a selection of approximately 9 excellent courses within , providing a challenge to players at all levels.
Old Marbella town including a square surrounded with cafes and bars is a must. Marbella also has long (28km) clean beaches and a promenade decorated with cafes, restaurants, and bars and great nightlife.
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Ronda (Oldest Bull Ring/incredible gorge) one of Andalucia’s loveliest towns, steeped in history.
It stands on a towering plateau in the mountains of Malaga Province, and is famous through Spain for the plunging river gorge which divides the medieval from the 18th century parts of the town.
This gorge is known as “El Tajo” – The Cliff and is spanned by a stone bridge, which once housed a prison. Visitors love to peer down into the gorge, to see the waters of the River Guadalevín.
Benahavis (must see village famous for its restaurants) is situated between Marbella, Estepona and Ronda.
Renowned for its restaurants – they call it the dining room of the Costa del Sol – it is above all a picturesque place, where one can find 9 golf courses and incredible mountain views. Estepona Facts Information.
Mijas (white mountain village)- The village of Mijas is perched high above
Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol. Heavily wooded mountains surround the pueblo. Discover its narrow cobbled streets, stunning views & hospitality.
Lazaga, Plaza Miguel Ángel Lorén Méndez, 8, 29680 Estepona, Spain.
These modern, well-equipped apartments boast an unbeatable location just 150 metres from the local beaches, surrounded by great shops, bars and restaurants.
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Urb Marina, San Fulgencia, 03177, Alicante, Spain.