Estepona & Sotogrande Restaurants

The western Costa del Sol is home to Estepona & Sotogrande, a surprisingly lush part of the coast which is less developed than its neighbours and offers some truly stunning natural surroundings. The town itself has a charming old centre which is bursting with narrow streets and whitewashed houses which contrasts perfectly with the modernity of its marina and touristic offering.

The town is full of good restaurants, with a good choice of traditional tapas bars and Spanish restaurant, plus excellent fish restaurants in the port. The beaches also offer a first class choice of Chiringuitos (beach bars). And, of course, the cosmopolitan nature of the area means that you can find cuisine from around the world in many of the restaurants.

A real favourite among locals Taberna Miguel has a cool courtyard and terrace seating and is very popular during the summer months, especially with families. The food is traditional Andaluz, from plates of Jamon Iberico to revuelto (scrambled eggs) but with a bit of finesse.

A great choice for lunch or dinner at the marina. The setting is certainly a draw – right on the yachts in the stylish harbour, but so too are the chic cafe feel and lively atmosphere. The menu is Modern Southern Spanish with a nod to Asia, and it works – the food is really good. The wine list is equally impressive and the prices reasonable. The only downside is that vegetarian and vegan options are a little limited but they do have a salad and a burger. Estepona & Sotogrande

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