Plaza de las Flores de Estepona, Estepona

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  • If you've been to the Orange Square in Marbella then this is a smaller version where good and drink prices are lower, it's less crowded and altogether a more pleasant experience at the height of the s...  more »
  • Beautifully lit in the evenings,surrounded by orange and lemon trees. Lits of lovely restaurants, and close to good shops. Definitely worth a visit to grab a bite and people watch.  more »
  • Ideal spot for a cooler, beautiful flowers, nice cafes and bars, lunch even. Only 100 metres from the promenade, and right in the town centre. Ideal spot.  more »
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  • Everyone loves this little square right in the centre of Estepona. It has bars, restaurants, trees, flowering shrubs, and in February the pansies were blooming and the oranges were still shining on the trees! At Easter with the Orange Blossom it must be amazing to sit out here in the sunshine. We loved coming here, finishing most days with a drink in one or other of the bars before going back to the hotel for dinner.
  • Lovely place in the middle of Estepona. Go there in the middle of the night and meet and greet your friends. Several restaurants / ice cream and cafeterias. Recommend to go there
  • The Plaza de las Flores is in the heart of Estepona old town. It is a beautiful square with a lovley fountain surrounded by flower gardens and cobbled streets. Various bars and restaurants give it a fantastic atmosphere. I particularly like the bar which is self service, the owner has collected money from all over the world and set them in the bar top and picture frames. Relax and soak up a traditional Spanish town.
  • A very beautiful square that is the heart of the old city. Nice restaurants and bars at the square also compliment existence.
  • . The heart and soul of Estepona Situated a stone's throw away from the seafront, midst the warren of flower-decked streets of the Centro Histórico, the Plaza de las Flores has always been the heart and soul of the town on Estepona. Over the years its name has changed to reflect the changing political scene. It began as the Plaza Real, the Royal Square, then became the Plaza de la Constitución, presumably named after the famous Constitución de Cadiz of 1812, then in the early 20th century changed to the Plaza José Antonio, named for the right-wing politician José Antonio Primo de Rivera executed during the Spanish Civil War. Then it took its current name: Square of Flowers, politically neutral! Like the Orange Square in Marbella, it has restaurants and bars, and orange trees that give a delicious scent in spring time. Unlike the square in Marbella, it is attractive as it hasn't gone for squeezing in as many tables as possible, lined up like a school dining hall. Estepona beats Marbella in so many ways, in my view, and this lovely peaceful square, surrounded by many handsome buildings and with a fountain trickling in the centre, is just one of them. So amble around the Centro Histórico, pause here for a snack, a drink or a full-blown meal. Look at the elephant statue in one corner, pop into the Casa de las Tejerinas (inaccurately labelled Delegación de Juventud) where you will see a beautiful example of an 18th-century Andalusian patio (don't miss visiting the Museo Arqueologico for another stunning example), and pick up a street plan from the Tourist Office which is also in there. And then sit down again in the lovely Plaza de las Flores, because you will have understood by now just why it is the heart of Estepona. .