The Cristo Beach is considered one of the best beaches in Estepona, where the blue flag has been flying since 2019.
Features of the Cristo Beach
It is a cove of about 700 m in length located next to the marina, sheltered from the wind, with fine dark sand, no stones or rocks, and excellent clean and calm water with good temperature. When the Levante wind blows, everyone goes to this beach.
It has easy access by foot or by car and has a parking area.
It has several play areas and an extensive tree grove that provides natural shade.
It is ideal for families, especially for children, due to its calm waters. In addition, there are two beach bars where, besides eating, they offer live music on summer weekends. Its occupancy rate is high and it is located in a semi-urban area.
Services at the Beach:
- Adapted access for people with disabilities.
- Children’s play area.
- Beach bars.
- Rental of sunbeds and umbrellas.
- Toilets and showers.
- Extensive tree grove to shelter from the sun.
- Blue Flag.
- Lifeguard and rescue service.
How to get to the Cristo Beach in Estepona?
To go by car: From the Mediterranean Highway A-7, take the exit towards Estepona and follow the signs towards the beach. There are several public parking lots near the beach.
Take the bus: The L1 line of Estepona urban buses stops at the Cristo Beach.
By taxi: You can also get there by taxi from any point in the city or the Costa del Sol.
By bike: From the center of Estepona, you can access the Cristo Beach by bicycle through the bike lane that runs along the coast. There are several public bicycle rental stations in the city.
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