Globales Playa Estepona

Located right on the beach, the Globales Playa Estepona comes with its own water park. The hotel is sandwiched between the ever-popular resorts of Estepona and Marbella, both of which can be accessed in 20 minutes. As well as an on-site water park complete with slides, you’ll also find three pools. There’s also a range of activities from tennis to ping pong and archery. At the Beach Club restaurant, dine with views of the Med. On the clearest of days, you can even see the coast of Africa. It’s the perfect place for the whole family to catch up on the events of the day.

Overview of Costa Del Sol

The Costa Del Sol showcases the very best that Spain has to offer. As a result, it’s no wonder that places such as Marbella remain celebrity hotspots to this day. However, holidays to Costa Del Sol offer something for everyone with Estepona and the Globales Playa Estepona providing a traditional Spanish feel that the whole family can enjoy. With a coastline that stretches for over 150 kilometres, the Costa Del Sol provides world-class beaches and over 300 days of sunshine every year. Whether you’re looking for a romantic break, a party holiday or a relaxing vacation, the Costa Del Sol is the location for you.

Things to do in Costa del Sol

The Globales Playa Estepona overlooks the beach at Casasola, where you can relax and unwind after the adrenaline-pumping water park. However, most guests love the fact that both Estepona and Marbella are easily accessible from here. With super-yachts, designer clothes and exclusive clubs, Marbella is a hang-out for the rich and famous. There are 24 beaches, as well as top-class dining experiences and a vibrant nightlife scene. If you visit Estepona, you’ll be greeted by an authentic and local Spanish charm. They love tourists here. So much so that they even have their own ‘Tourist Day’ each August.

Resort Summary

In August Estepona hosts its own ‘Tourist Day’ to welcome holidaymakers with festival-themed music, food and competitions. Temperatures are at their peak at this time of year – if you plan to visit for the day make sure you pack sunscreen and plenty of water. The town is entirely self-sufficient in the sense that it has enough culture, shops and beaches to make any holiday a pleasure.

Estepona also provides a great base from which you can explore the wider Andalusian region. Many visitors often use the opportunity to take a day trip to Gibraltar too – which is a 40-minute drive away.