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The beach "Playa de la Rada" and promenade of Estepona

 
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Estepona has a low and sandy coastline stretching over 21 km. A total of 17 beaches can be enjoyed on different ways.
The beach called la Rada is located face to the town center and has been awarded the blue flag for its high standards. Apart from being the largest, it is also the busyest. The Playa del Cristo, a lovely cove, ideal all year round thanks to its location sheltered from the wind.
 
 
 
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Playa de la Rada, 3260 metres

The town’s favourite beach, La Rada, has been awarded the Quality Q mark for cleanliness and health and environmental conditions. The beach has an exceptional lifeguard service, in addition to a full range of other facilities. One of the major advantages of La Rada is that it is just a short walk from the major streets, making it very handy for bathers who wish to visit the town centre.
The Paseo Marítimo seafront walk runs along the entire length of La Rada for almost 3 km and in summer is the venue for many leisure and entertainment activities.
The specialities offered by the bars and restaurants that dot the Paseo Marítimo include paella, fried fish and typical Malagan dishes such as ‘espetos de sardinas’, a type of sardine brochette. At weekends, some of them stay open until the early morning, offering parties with live music.

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