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Estepona Costa del Sol


The N-340 (Dual Carriageway)
This crosses our district running parallel to the coast for more than 20 km, more specifically from km 149 to 169, this being the principle and almost only direct means of communication. A regular bus service has been established on this route with a bus running every 30 minutes connecting us with all the centers of interest on the Costa del Sol. There is a daily service between all the capitals of Andalusia and Madrid, and international bus routes connect us with the most important capital cities in Europe.

For further information on these services contact:

Estación de autobuses Portillo
Avda. de España - Telf. 280 02 49.

Another alternative route by road, inland in this case, is available via the provincial M-557 road which takes us to the villages of the Serranía de Ronda (Jubrique, Algatocín) and connects us with the 333 Algeciras-Ronda provincial road.

A mere 1km. outside the boundaries of our municipal district, San Pedro de Alcántara gives rise to provincial road number339 in the direction of Ronda and Seville.

Distances in kilometres:

Estepona-Málaga: 83 km.
Estepona-Cádiz: 173 km.
Estepona-Sevilla (por Ronda): 189 km.
Estepona-Sevilla (por Jerez): 242 km.
Estepona-Granada (por Loja): 212 km.
Estepona-Granada (por Motril): 230 km.
Estepona-Huelva: 396 km.
Estepona-Córdoba: 270 km.
Estepona-Almería: 302 km.
Estepona-Jaén: 292 km.
Estepona-Madrid: 627 km.


The nearest main railway stations are those of Algeciras at a distance of 50 km. and Fuengirola 53 km. away. Both have daily services with the State's main capital cities. A direct international service runs everyday from Algeciras to the capital of France.


70 km. away lies Málaga International Airport, at which a great many flights leave and arrive from all over the world.

Gibraltar Airport is a mere 45 km. away, and it is hoped that when its air traffic control regulations are brought into line, and the agreements on the joint usage of the airport by both Spain and Gibraltar are successfully concluded, it will represent an added incentive to the inflow of tourists to this area.


The International Port of AIgeciras is 50 km. away, from which communications with North Africa are continuous. The volume of maritime traffic it handles makes it one of the country's most important ports, as a result of which it has merchant and passenger contacts in al the continents.

The resort's marina has no regular established communications service by boat, being primarily used for sporting activities. Its technical specifications and available services, however, undoubtedly permit the anchorage of virtually any boat up to a certain draught.

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