The marina belongs to the Junta de Andalucia (Andalusian Regional Government), which, like all the other marinas, leaves it under the management of operating companies.
The commercial premises are not owned, they are administrative concessions for a predetermined period of time.
The Estepona marina is located at the western end of the promenade that runs from one end of the city to the other, between the beaches of La Rada and Cristo.
It is a very pleasant place to stroll around and there is an excellent selection of bars and restaurants, open for lunch and dinner, while once night falls you can enjoy the many copa's bars (Night Bars).
On Sunday mornings, from 09:00 to 14:00 hours, the Port of Estepona is transformed into an improvised "souk" (Arab-style market) where you'll be able to buy all kinds of craft goods, pottery, embroidered table linen, souvenirs, ete.
The Bar Reinaldo around the corner is a very well known and reputable place, next to it is the Halomon cafeteria which is the perfect place to eat tapas, Louie Louie is for live music and there are some very good tapas bars including, the Taberna del Puerto located next to the Irish Pub on the left hand side at the entrance to the Port. There is an excellent restaurant that serves fresh fish every day, the Amura and if you are looking for an authentic Andalusian fried fish restaurant, La Escollera on the corner of the fishing port is the place to be.
Estepona is one of the most important fishing ports on the Costa del Sol. The fishing boats are located within the Marina in an area reserved for them.
Walking around this area you will be able to see the fishermen repairing, stowing their nets or drying fish. The fish restaurant La Escollera is located in this part of the port.
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