Here's Why You Should Visit Estepona
Estepona has a varied culinary scene and, unlike many other Spanish towns its size, offers some excellent Mexican, Indian, Chinese and Italian restaurants. Yet it would seem a shame to come here and not dine out on some of the freshest and best-cooked fish in the Mediterranean, served at superbly-priced seafood restaurants and ludicrously cheap tapas bars. Consistently – and deservedly – praised are La Escorella, a portside restaurant which literally takes its daily fish order straight from the boat, and Restaurante El Pescador, which serves some of the biggest, juiciest mussels and best black-rice paella you’re ever likely to try.
All of which means that you should hurry to Estepona before the rest of the world wakes up to how much this lovely town has to offer. And in the meantime, don’t tell anyone you’ve read this article.