From nights at the theatre, to book fairs, long days on the beach to nights on the town, Estepona is an excellent choice of location. An Estepona property will provide so much more than just long and lazy days on the beach, although they’re good too! See what Estepona has to offer its residents this summer. It’s far from over, there are still the long, warm days of August to go.
An accessible Estepona property
Within easy reach of Málaga airport for plenty of budget flight choice, Estepona is certainly accessible. Just under one hour’s drive an the AP-7, the Autovia del Mediterraneo, heading west from the airport, and you’re home. Besides a relaxing life in one of the Costa del Sol’s quieter spots, there’s also plenty to see and do, especially during the summer. August is packed with events, there’s no sign of winding down. Add 325 sunshine-filled days per year, and you’ve found the perfect Spanish property location!
On August 3rd, starting at 6:30pm, head down to the Kempinski Hotel Bahia. The venue is the Alminar Steak House. For seven consecutive weeks, they hold wine-tasting evenings on Thursdays. For €38 per person, you can taste a medley of four different wines, accompanied by tasty plates of tapas. You’ll need to reserve though, by calling +34 95 280 9500.
Take a trip to the nearby Marbella Auditorium where the Starlite festival is still going strong. On August 3rd there’s a chance to see the Gypsy Kings in action. The show kicks off at 10:30 in the cooler evening air, an an evening of music under the stars.
The 22nd annual Summer Book Fair is held in Estepona. Bookworms unite to browse and buy their pulp fiction and more. It started on July 23rd, and continues until Sunday, August 27th. The really interesting thing about this book fair is that the price of any one item cannot exceed €5, so bargains for everyone.
Perfect your pasadoble with the Municipal Concert Band of Estepona, who will play free concerts in Plaza Reloj. They take place on the 6th, 13th, 22nd and 27th of August. The band is led by the musical maestro José Antonio López Camacho on the 6th, and it’s lovely to listen to the music in the open air.
Between the 10th and the 15th of August, from 7pm until a late, late 2am, stroll along the Paseo Marítimo. An exhibition of food takes place, with Jamón and other Iberian specialities to drool over and enjoy a little taste here and there. Oddly, but pleasantly, there’s also the accompanying Jamón Music Festival, with:
August 11th: CALLE SALVADOR.
August 12th: LAS SEVENTIES.
August 13th: SALVADOR BELTRÁN.
August 14th: ROCÍO CORTÉS.
August 15th: JOSÉ MANUEL SOTO.
If by now you’re drawn to a lifestyle in Estepona, then we’d be delighted to show you some suitable properties perfect for your requirements, contact us today to view your next home.