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Newly renovated, very charming former fisherman’s cottage in the center of Estepona situated across the beach, the cottage gives stunning views to Gibraltar and Africa. Within walking distance you will find the charming streets of Estepona with all its flowers, restaurants and small shops.


The harbor is within 5 minutes walking distance where you will also find restaurants and a tourist market on Sunday mornings. Layout: The ground floor of the house consists of a spacious entrance, master bedroom, a second bedroom with two separate beds and a small childrens’ room. There are two bathrooms with both toilet and walk-in shower. On the first floor there is the fully equipped kitchen, dining area, living room and access to the beautiful terrace with dining table with the best view on the sea and the palm trees. On the roof of the house you will find a second terrace with sunbeds! Good connection with public transport and there is free parking in the street and surrounding streets.

We have a Special Winter price for the months of November, December, January, February and March of Euro 3500, = for 28 nights. Estepona has a beautiful beach and a beautiful promenade.

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Estepona Situated on the Costa del Sol between Marbella and Gibraltar, about 45 minutes drive from Malaga airport. Andalucía is the southernmost, autonomous Spanish region and is famous for its beautiful nature and culture. Think of cities like Seville, Cadiz, Cordoba, Ronda, Granada and Malaga with their Moorish influences. Estepona is so central that all these places can be done as a daytrip. Known for sun, sea, beaches and tapas, but equally loved by the culture, history and beautiful landscape …

Spain is varied, both in climate and in terms of culture, lifestyle and nature: a green, hilly landscape with pastures and small fishing villages to the mountains with eternal snow, like the Sierra Nevada or the Pyrenees. The steep rocky coast to the busy beaches of the Costa’s, from the worldly towns to the small medieval villages inland. The diversity and the contrasts which characterize Spain, is also reflected in the culture. The country is littered with cultural attractions, each with their own influences: Celtic, Iberian, Greek, Roman, Moorish. The Spanish people a vibrant culture, which is reflected in the many folk festivals and in music and dance (remember the ‘Flamenco’ in Andalusia or the gentler Sardana in Catalonia) and each region has its own festivals and customs. Moreover, Spain has an excellent cuisine: olives and olive oil, tapas, fish and seafood paella, wine, sherry and a versatile local gastronomy.

The “Coast of the Sun”, in southern Spain, has its name from its sunny climate, with over 300 days of sunshine per year!

The Costa del Sol is highly developed tourism and has become the most popular Costa of Andalusia for sun and beach lovers. The Costa del Sol stretches over 161 km coastline and is divided into a western and eastern shared. The Costa del Sol is also the place to be for the golf enthusiast, you will find a wide selection of well-equipped golf courses. Of course, water sports also enjoy their stay here, because the Costa del Sol offers plenty of opportunities. Want to see more, visit the beautiful countryside of Andalucia and take a trip by car through rocky landscapes, forests and ravines and along charming villages. Here lies the Parque Natural Sierras massif de Tejeda, Almijara y Alhama, with its superb hiking or horseback riding can make. In the town of Antequera is “El Torcal de Antequera”, an impressive landscape of various special the hinterland to the White Villages Route (Ronda – Arcos de la Frontera) and not forgetting the beautiful city of Granada!


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What our guests say…

  • I adored the décor of this charming former Andalusian fisherman’s cottage as soon as I walked in – an instagrammer’s paradise!
    The house was a cross between a super-stylish Elle Decor cover and staying in a super-comfortable, cosy “home-from-home”.

    This cottage is located in the authentically residential ‘fisherman village’ area of Estepona, to the west end of the street San Roque, with the same enchanting bright plant pots hanging off its low-rise whitewashed buildings as in Estepona’s central old town area to the east. It is also just a few doors down from the famous Chapel of our Lady of Camel church situated on a cute photogenic square.

    The house is literally a 1-minute walk to Playa de la Rada beach across the road, and a 5-7 minute walk to the marina and port which boast a cosmopolitan selection of restaurants and waterside bars.

    I was immediately wowed by the villa’s modern-rustic entrance hall, with African masks and ethnic hand-woven shopping baskets hanging on the walls. The African theme is a nice touch as you can see Gibralta, the gateway to Africa, from the beach on a clear day.

    But the house’s serious wow-factor came from the beautiful ‘lightwell’ between the spacious master bedroom to the children’s room. This mini zen courtyard consisted of a solitary tree nestled amid white pebbles – so peaceful to wake up to…

    The villa’s overall look is timelessly classic white walls and tasteful natural taupe tiles. Both bathrooms have fantastic and stylish wet-room showers.

    As heat rises, it is well thought out that all three bedrooms are also on this lower, cooler level. I was able to sleep for the first time in years without my earplugs, since the house’s double-glazed windows and glass doors are so effective once closed. Bliss.

    Upstairs is the open-plan/L-shaped kitchen-living area, offering a very nice view of the sea above the rooftops and palm trees from the kitchen window, and also from both staggered terraces (albeit a view intersected by the coastal main road and people passing by on both sides of the property. You can hear the sea when there is no passing traffic).

    Once in the kitchen and living area upstairs or on the main lower terrace, this charming villa feels really private and not overlooked, which is relaxing. I particularly liked the fishermen-style baskets used as lampshades in the kitchen.

    The small upper terrace is reached via a steep flight of terracotta steps, making it probably less suitable for toddlers or anyone very old. The rooftop view from up there is fantastic. There is space for two deckchairs, perfect for sunbathing and enjoying a sundowner aperitif… This upper terrace was also handy for drying my swimming costume and beach towel as it benefited from later evening sun being higher up.

    The owners of this house have thoughtfully offered the most generous, luxurious creature comforts, and little details are just the ‘cherry on the cake’ – from battery-operated candles, to board games and playing cards, to welcoming bottles of sparkling water in the fridge, and even teddybears on the kids’ bunkbed.

    It really does feel like stepping in to someone’s home, but a superclean zen version – the best of both worlds!

    In terms of luxury mod cons, the house has atmospheric dimmer lights, a luxurious wine-cooling fridge (there were 2 bottles in there, I didn’t dare touch them, but what a nice touch!), high-spec air-con units that were easy-to-use even for a dinosaur like me, a dishwasher, washing-machine, and electric-operated external shutters to block out every speck of light!
    There was a flat-screen TV but I only used the Wifi accessible in the living room and main bedroom during my stay.

    There were plenty of towels and the beautiful showers had lots of hot water and two modes of shower head: an overhead monsoon and a handheld shower hose.

    Tom the very helpful and laidback Dutch host (who speaks virtually native English) was a superstar, kindly agreeing to drop off the keys in a local hotel lobby for me to collect as my flight was due to land very late.

    I am already planning an off-peak revisit next year. There were too many pretty plant-potted streets I hadn’t walked down and too many relaxed Chiringuito beach restaurants I was not able to visit during the week – where they barbeque fresh fish in a charcoal-filled ‘boat’ on the beach; wonderful! I’m dreaming about that sundowner beachside mojito already…


Prices start at: 190 per night


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