PROPERTY FOR RENT IN ESTEPONA
Explore our properties for rent in Estepona. The city of Estepona with its average of 320 days of sunshine a year is ever-popular, with holidaymakers and residents. This stretch of coastline has some of Spain’s most beautiful beaches, aligned with scented floristry and luscious, green palm trees. We have hundreds of fully furnished rental properties available. – Also, look at properties for sale in Estepona.
With an average of 320 days of sunshine a year, it's really a sun worshipers dream.
The expat, community feel that makes socialising easy and making new friends, even easier.
Try one of the fantastic traditional and modern eateries or Michelin Starred restaurants.
The Costa del Golf has over 70 courses and is the #1 European destination for golf lovers.
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Estepona is probably one of the most diverse areas in Costa del Sol, and our team is excited to help you find your dream property here. From traditional Andalusian village townhouses and authentic fincas to beautiful modern or contemporary villas, Estepona has it all. And of course, the Estepona coastline is world-famous for its beautiful beaches, stunning marina, and luxurious lifestyle. It’s the perfect place to live if you enjoy the hustle and bustle of a small resort town and want the convenience of walking to your favourite bars, restaurants, and other entertainment options.
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What makes Estepona unique?
Estepona is one of the few coastal towns that has succeeded in maintaining its amazing, white-washed pueblo charm and character. Amazing modern villas and apartments sit happily alongside the traditional homes of the old town. Estepona is a beautiful town and it’s known for its pleasant climate, stunning beaches and lovely traditional architecture. The town has something to offer everyone, from its lively marina to its quaint old town. Estepona is also a great place to buy property. So, if you are looking to rent your dream home in the sun, Estepona should be on your list.
What types of properties are for rent in Estepona?
Properties for rent in Estepona – For anyone looking to invest in a holiday, rental property or wishing to relocate to the Costa del Sol, Estepona is an excellent choice. It has an amazing community feel with great activities and beautiful scenery. Estepona has some fantastic properties available from traditional two-bedroom townhouses and apartments to stylish ten-bedroom villas, there’s something here for everyone.
Whatever your dream Spanish property is, we are here to help you buy that dream home ad Estepona is a great place to start looking. Properties in this area are the perfect place to sit back, soak up the sun, and truly relax.
Is a property in Estepona right for me?
Sitting at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja mountains, Estepona is located to the west of Puerto Banús and Marbella and encompasses a range of beautiful beachside resorts.
Over the years, the resort has undergone significant development. It has a fantastic selection of high-end boutiques, fashion houses, bars, and amazing restaurants. It’s also home to 30 world-class golf courses and I’m sure with the 320 days of sunshine a year, you’ll never be off them. So, if you’re looking for a slice of luxury, in a beautiful area of Malaga, you certainly won’t disappoint with Estepona.
The pueblos are whitewashed, the promenade is lined with luscious palm trees, and classic tapas bars can be found along the beach. Estepona is known as, The Garden of the Costa del Sol, as avenues and plazas have been filled with colourful flowers, bougainvillaea and many of the streets have become fully pedestrianised.
Estepona benefits from a superb microclimate with up to 320 sunny days per year. It offers a fantastic cross-section of leisure activities and cultural sights, and the resort is well-connected with easy access to the coastal highway and international airports.
How much does it cost for a long-term rental?
Estepona property rental prices vary greatly depending on the style, size, and location. Properties can be found from as little as €1,500pm for an apartment to over €5,000pw for a luxury villa. Generally, average prices in Estepona are below the average prices in Marbella. You certainly don’t have to break the bank to live in this beautiful resort.
What’s in Estepona?
If you are considering buying property in Estepona, here is an outline of the different districts to consider. Estepona has become a fashionable place for both foreign and Spanish residents to buy properties such as holiday homes. Although Estepona doesn’t have the nightlife of neighbouring Marbella, Estepona retains the charm of a traditional Andalusian fishing village. In Estepona, you have it all from village houses to million-euro villas and penthouses.
The old town (Casco Antiguo) which is essentially pedestrianised contains small, older apartments and fincas and a few traditional village houses. This area centres on Plaza de las Flores.
Outside the old town but still, in the town area there are several apartments and townhouses of all sizes available to rent. The older apartment blocks were constructed in the 1970s and the newer blocks were constructed since 2000. Of these new apartments many are located on or near Avenida Juan Carlos I, and Avenida del Mar.
There are always apartments for rent in and around the port and marina which is located near the Punta Doncela lighthouse, 1km away from the old town centre. Property here still offers the convenience of shops and bars and restaurants within easy walking distance and open for extended hours, seven days a week.
There are many housing complexes along the coastal strip both east and west of Estepona town. Those on the seaside of the coast road offers easy access to the beach. The housing Complexes on the mountainside of this coast road tend to be larger. These complexes will comprise a mix of apartments, townhouses, and villas. The coastal strip extends from the outskirts of Estepona town to the municipal boundaries which extend as far as 15km. This is important as you may or may not want to be this far from Estepona town, on the other hand, you may want to be 15km nearer to Marbella and the airport.
East of Estepona on the coast several small communities with commercial facilities naturally differ in character from the newer housing complexes. The largest one is called Cancelada and the other smaller ones are called El Pilar, El Velerin, El Pirate, El Saladillo and Isdabe. There are also well-established holiday communities constructed in the 1980s with shopping and restaurant facilities at Benavista and Benamara.
Inland from the coast, there are numerous small access roads with tracks leading individual rural properties. These can range from small basic country houses to modern spacious villas with swimming pools. It is especially important to have a lawyer check the property deeds and paperwork when considering the rental of a rural property.
The benefits of long-term rental in Estepona
Renting an apartment in Estepona as a long-term rental is a great idea. A long-term rental is as this will give you a base to visit all the beautiful areas around, Estepona in the Costa del Sol and sample all the local dishes and local customs.
The budget you have will determine the type of property for your long-term rental. The lower budget end at around €1,000pm is a Small to medium apartment, €1,500 would be a large apartment or penthouse apartment, €2,000 would be a small townhouse, and over €2,500 would be a larger townhouse or villa. If you’re one of the lucky ones, and you’re not working towards a budget on a long-term rental, a luxury villa could cost you in the region of €5,000 per month.
If you’re moving permanently to Spain, a long-term rental is an ideal option as this will allow you to assess the area to make sure that’s the best area for you. Are there schools locally, what is the community like, is there easy access to shops and amenities? – These are all questions that can be answered with a longer-term rental property.
All subareas in Estepona
Arboleda | Atalaya | Atalaya Golf | Bahia de la Plata | Bahía del Velerín | Bel Air | Cancelada | Casasola | Costalita | Costalita del Mar | Doncella Beach | El Campanario | El Paraiso | El Saladillo | El Velerin | Emare | Estepona Playa | La Cartuja del Golf | La Gaspara | La Panera | Los Granados Playa | New Golden Mile | Nueva Atalaya | Paraiso Barronal | Selwo | Torre Bermeja