Valle Romano is located in one of the world’s main tourist destinations – in the municipality of Estepona, right on the Costa del Sol, in the south of Spain. Estepona enjoys an exceptional climate, with mean temperatures in spring of 21º C, summer 25º C, autumn 16º C and winter 14º C. This climate is ideal for practising golf throughout the year and for this reason, the widest range of golf courses in Europe is concentrated in this region.
Furthermore, Valle Romano is close to large centres of population such as Marbella, Malaga, Ronda, Sotogrande, Algeciras, Gibraltar and Seville.
Estepona is a Spanish municipality and town in the province of Malaga, Andalusia. It is located in the southwestern part of the province and is integrated into the region of the Western Costa del Sol, in the association of municipalities of the same name.
Its municipal term has an area of 137.5 km² that extend along 23 km of coastline and go inland, encompassing a fertile valley crossed by streams and a mountainous area dominated by the Sierra Bermeja, which reaches 1449 meters above sea level. on the peak of Los Reales.
Estepona | Costa del Sol
In its 21 kilometers of coastline it has several beaches distinguished with the European Blue Flag. The areas of the Paseo Marítimo and the Puerto Deportivo (which hosts a market of typical products and handicrafts on Sundays) stand out. Right in the center is La Rada beach, perfect for a dip. Its beautiful old town is a typically Andalusian image with its renovated streets with white-fronted houses loaded with flower pots. The city offers different artistic routes such as the Mural Route, with more than 40 works of art, the Sculpture Route, with more than 30 pieces by different artists, and the Poetry Route, with works in several languages. As for its monuments, the Clock Tower, the Church of Los Remedios, from the 18th century, and what was the Castle of San Luis stand out. Also worth a visit are the Megalithic Necropolis of Corominas, the original bullring, the Plaza de las Flores, the Casa del Aljibe (with the Archaeological Museum) and the Botanical and Orchid Park. Gastronomy In its many restaurants, Estepona ranges from the most traditional cuisine, typically Mediterranean, to the most innovative and international. The most recommended are dishes such as fish in salt, fried fish from Malaga or sardines in espeto. Nature, sports and surroundings Lovers of green spaces will enjoy an excursion through the Sierra Bermeja Natural Park to contemplate from the Pico de los Reales (1,449 meters) the westernmost area of the Costa del Sol, the Rock of Gibraltar and the north of the African continent. Estepona also has several golf courses, the Costa del Sol School of Equestrian Art and the Selwo Aventura Park, where more than 2,000 animals live in semi-freedom. And, to make an excursion, a few kilometers away is Manilva, which in its coastal area has seven kilometers of beach and, very close, Casares, a Historic-Artistic Complex presided over by the Church of the Encarnación and the Torre de la Sal. Following the Along the coastline is Marbella, one of the most important tourist centers on the Costa del Sol, and Fuengirola, a city with a deep Andalusian flavor that offers magnificent beaches.