• 1,675,000€
  • Villa
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3.5
  • Garage Spaces: 2

El Padron, Estepona is opposite Laguna Village and only a few minutes from the beach and Estepona town centre. South facing. Situated in a very quiet area, private and peaceful.

Main floor: Large living and dining area, fully fitted kitchen, guest toilet, laundry room and entertainment area. Direct access to the pool and gardens. Garage for 2 cars.

Upper floor: Master bedroom suite and extra room.

Lower floors/garden level: One guest bedroom suite and two bedrooms sharing a bathroom.

A/C with heating, marble floors.

In and around El Padron, Estepona

First of all, Laguna Village is a small upmarket Balinese-style shopping centre.  You can buy some Spanish fashion, visit decoration shops, eat in the local restaurants and snack bars.

The beach is the second busiest beach behind La Rada beach.  Furthermore, the beach is adapted for people with disabilities.  And the excellent facilities and cleanliness have awarded the beach a European Blue flag.  There are also showers, health care and a couple of bars with sunbeds and pedalos area.

Furthermore, La Rada beach is just to the east of the Rio Padron, near the Kempinski Hotel Bahia.

The Hospiten health centre is just a few metres away from El Padron, Estepona.  There are also restaurants, snack bars and shops in the area.

Estepona boasts 8 golf courses, 7 museums, 21 kilometres of well appointed beaches making it a popular destination for all.  There are 17 beaches to choose from in the area.  You and your visitors can either relax in the sun, eat at one of the many chiringuitos (beach restaurants), or enjoy the sporting activities, such as pedalos and beach volleyball.  Visitors to Estepona can enjoy both the busy marina and the mountains behind.  The old town of Estepona is especially popular with tourists with windows festooned with geraniums, traditional Spanish courtyards and some quaint shops and bars.

Visit the weekly Wednesday market sells food and vegetables, it also sells clothing. Furthermore, the Sunday market at the port is a place for tourist gifts.  You can get up early (the show starts at 6 am) and visit the fish market at the harbour.  Spain’s large variety of fish are auctioned off to the local restaurants and shops.

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