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Estepona Holidays

  • Destinos - Hotel Fuerte Estepona
  • Destinos - Hotel Fuerte Estepona
  • Destinos - Hotel Fuerte Estepona
  • Destino Estepona - Compras
  • Destinos - Hotel Fuerte Estepona

Distances calculated from the Hotel Fuerte Estepona


Estepona city centre (10 min by car)

The essence of Andalucia is observed in the streets of the old town. If you wish to go shopping you can take a walk through this area and while you take in the monuments and typical narrow streets of Estepona you can buy souvenirs for your family as well as accessories, clothing and footwear.


Puerto Banús (15 min by car)

Puerto Banús is the most famous nautical and tourist enclave in the south of Spain. This exclusive marina is one of the greatest entertainment centres on the Costa del Sol, home to designer and exclusive luxury goods shops.
You will also find the Marina Banús shopping centre in this area, one of the best known in Marbella, and also the Puerto Banús Corte Inglés.

Marbella city centre (35 min by car)

The old town is the perfect place for those looking for souvenirs and a relaxed atmosphere in its open shopping centre. Those who prefer somewhere a bit livelier can enter the shops on the Avenida Ricardo Soriano and Ramón y Cajal.

La Cañada Shopping Centre (35 min by car)

This is a large scale shopping centre located in Marbella where you can do all your shopping. Here you can find from boutiques of clothes to shoes, accessories and homeware shops. FNAC (an international entertainment retailer) is located in this shopping centre and offers technology, books and music.


Puerta Europa Shopping Centre (47 min by car)

Puerta Europa is the shopping point of reference for the Campo de Gibraltar, due to its size, its offer of fashion, food, services and leisure and its location, thus becoming a shopping point of reference in the province of Cadiz.

GIBRALTAR (30 min by car)

Known as the Rock of Gibraltar, it is makes for a very curious visit indeed, and belongs to the UK. It is a free port where perfumes, alcohol and tobacco are the big sellers.