Discover the best Luxury Villas in Estepona to rent for your Holidays

Welcome! In MMR we provide the ultimate experience in Luxury Villas in Estepona to Rent with 5 star hotel-like services. We offer a selected range of unique luxury villas in Marbella, Costa del Sol, Puerto Banús,  Sierra BlancaSotograndeRonda and Seville. The most exclusive locations in order to fulfill the most demanding needs.


 MMR is a fully integrated luxury hospitality and guest orientated company with over two decades of expertise and direct contact with the owners, not using any third party in between, so you can rest easy knowing you’re enjoying the most competitive nightly rates, and provide an immediate response to any issue from a experienced hospitality team.


Every guest is appointed with a Guest Experience Manager who will great the guest upon arrival and will be available 24h during your whole stay.


Take a look at our luxury villas to rent in Estepona and our unlimited services.


Villa Amapola


540 built m²

Stunning contemporary brand-new golf villa set in a magnificent plot with a large outdoor swimming pool and panoramic golf views. This modern property available to rent in Estepona.

King Beds Swimming Pool Wifi Laundry Satellite TV Security system Playground Barbaque Area FULL INFO


Villa Falcon


1200m2 m²

Villa Falcon is the perfect mountain retreat in Costa del Sol, Andalucía, with a solar-heated infinity pool, overlooking the sunset of the wonderfully wild Sierra de Gaucin slopes.

Swimming Pool Security system Wifi Barbaque Area Air Conditioning FULL INFO


Villa Cristalina


450 m²

Located on the New Golden Mile in Playa del Saladillo this stunning contemporary brand-new beachfront villa set in a magnificent garden with a large outdoor swimming pool and sea views.

Swimming Pool Indoor swimming pool Elevator Television Wifi Sea View King Beds Security system Beach Loungers FULL INFO



Estepona, often overlooked but beautiful and cheerful

One of the first resorts to attract foreign residents and tourists on the 60’s. Often overlooked in favor of nearby Marbella, the gorgeous town of Estepona is one of the Costa del Sol’s hidden gems of the southern Spain. Very popular among tourist and foreign residents, that despite the surrounding development, the centre of the town still manages to retain it’s old Andalusia pueblo charm and character. This idyllic enclave surrounded by both the Mediterranean and the mountains is a very attractive area to discover not just because its natural beauty, but because it’s committed to art, culture and high quality tourism and renowned for its narrow streets and white walls decorated with different color flower pots in its old quarters, fishing port, boutiques, bodegas, some of the Malaga’s best sea foods restaurants and beach with stitch along some 21 km of coastline and its marina.

Local know as the garden of the Costa del Sol due to its natural environment, surrounded by the sea and the mountains, Estepona has a micro-climate with over 325 days of sunshine per year which converts the area in a popular year-round holiday destination and a delight for photographers.

As a Destination Management Company we offer full solutions from the beginning to end for your holidays in Marbella, offering you the best service of the market and total solutions to delight you with the best experience of a lifetime.

In Marbella Mountain Resort we have direct contact with property owners, managing the full operation of the property under an exclusivity agreement not using any third party in between. Therefore you can rest easy knowing you’re enjoying the most competitive nightly rates, and provide an immediate response to any issue.

Surroundings of your Luxury Villa in Estepona to rent

A traditional Spanish spot for a seaside getaway with an incredible long coast line. You will be greeted y charming centerpieces and old-fashioned quirks just in a short drive from the dazzling capital of Málaga.


Discover the often overlooked Estepona through our full guide with the most selected plans and location as local. You will be enchanted by this place.


History and Culture

Estepona started out as a traditional fishing village and its historical centre is pretty much intact nowadays. If you are interested in monuments and archeological finds then you won’t be disappointed, as the area has many interesting historical points of interest, including the ruins of Castillo de Nicio, which can be found just past the urbanization Forest Hills, La Torre del Reloj (the watchtower), said to be one of the oldest ecclesiastical buildings on the Costa del Sol, Las Ruinas del Castillo de San Luis, an interesting visit to the ruins of a once great castle and Estepona town’s own Plaza de las Flores, the central square in itself is a historical focal point. There are many other historical sites in and around Estepona.

This city hosts the Flamenco Centre Patio de Estepona and the Peña Flamenca, where you can listen to the best flamenco of the coast. Don’t forget this typical Spanish dance and music was born in Andalucia, you shouldn’t leave without enjoying it. The atmosphere is perfect and your heart will beat at the rhythm of the Spanish guitar.


Places to visit

Take the opportunity to visit some of the spectacular inland scenery and the typical towns of Casares, Jubrique, Genaguacil, and Manilva, with its famous Roman bath of “La Hedionda”. Gibraltar is about 25 minutes’ drive away and the Bohemian beach paradise of Tarifa, around 45 minutes’ drive. If you are feeling adventurous in nearby Algeciras you can hop on a ferry to Morocco for a few days shopping and sightseeing.

Paseo marítimo (beach promenade):

An amazing 21 Kms walkway of clean and well-kept beaches where you will enjoy in the freshener air and lots of places to stop to have a drink in a “chiringuito” with sea views, palm trees and to beautiful plants and flowers; definitely a dream for seaside enthusiasts. Delight yourself getting to the Paseo Marítimo in the early morning in winter season to see the sunrise and its special light created by the clouds in the sky.

Ruta de murales artísticos (Route of street murals):

Spread out across the town, you can enjoy a range of giant original and high quality murals by several different artists, painted directly on to the façades of buildings in different neighborhoods of the town, some of them are breathtaking and have the chance to see them in person is a big opportunity.

Museo arqueológico de Estepona (Estepona’s Archaeological Museum):

An amazing museum located in Estepona’s prettiest squares, the Historical Centre. The museum houses a permanent collection is comprised of more than 400 artefacts, some of which date back as far as the Palaeothic era 100,000 years ago, relating to the first settlers in Estepona with also many object dating from Roman times and many other historic items are also displayed in the museum to learn all about Estepona’s origins.

Botanical and Orchid Garden:

As past of your stay in the “Garden of la Costa del Sol” is to visit Europe’s biggest Botanical and Orchid Garden, a delight for amateur botanists. This area has vertical gardens, more than 6,000 different species of orchids, waterfalls that light up with a large dome and vegetation brought from all the corners of the world set in an attractive and avant-garde building. An impressive place you will adore.


A little piece of Andalusian paradise:

It is one of the Andalusian towns located on a hill between the Ronda mountains, the Costa del Sol, and the Campo de Gibraltar.

Casares is a municipality that opens to the sea enjoying two kilometers of beach and is part of the tourist offer of the towns on the Costa del Sol.

The origin of Casares dates back to Roman times when Julio César ordered it to be built in gratitude for having cured himself by submerging himself in the Baños de la Hedionda. However, the core of the municipality has urban characteristics of Arab origin and has great beauty and heritage value, which has earned it the declaration of Historic-Artistic Complex in 1978.

Lovers of nature tourism can find in Casares various hiking trails or simply have the luxury of seeing the town from above, taking a flight on a zip line.

Sierra Bermeja:

Protected natural park, where you can see griffon vultures or the green and beautiful traditional firs of this ecological environment.


• Estepona: 22 km. • Marbella: 50 km. • Málaga: 105 km. • Ronda: 57 km. • Gibraltar: 47 km.


The old town

Andalusian traditional style at its best. The most enchanting area in Estepona is its oldest quarter, a slice of the typical Andalusian town. Bounded to the north and east by the Avenida Andalusia, to the south by the Rada beach and to the west by the Avenida Juan Carlos I – is the profusion of colorful plant pots that adorn the whitewashed walls of its houses.

Estepona’s historical center is dotted about the facades like the polka spots on a flamenco dress, they bring the cobbled little lanes to life with their big reds, yellows, blues, and greens.  You can investigate the “Castillo de San Luis”, a fortress consulter at the end of the 15th century,

Plaza de las Flores:

Is the barrio‘s main square and it fills up with sunny tapas terraces in summer; tables are all arranged around a lovely central fountain surrounded by orange trees and aromatic flowers. and an ideal place of anytime during the day to admire the area.

Plaza Begines:

A small plaza hidden between the typical Andalusian street of the old town of Estepona, It is worth to visit if you want to see what the real Spain looks likeIt is so lovely and peaceful.

Plaza del Reloj:

The Plaza del Reloj is the charming and peaceful Clock Square. You can see its tower from most places in Estepona - it's the round-topped tower. The pointed-topped tower is the church. It's where everyone gathers on New Year's Eve for the countdown to midnight, and the traditional Spanish custom of eating 12 grapes, one on each Boing! of the of the clock.

Plaza Blas Infante:

This is the square directly in front of the Casa del Aljibe, the old Town Hall and now the Estepona Archaeological Museum. He is named by Blas Infante - the ``Father of Andalusia``, as he is known, born on the road in the small white town of Casares, but executed, precisely for his Andalusian views, in the Spanish Civil War.



Estepona is not short of a restaurant and whatever your taste, you will be satisfied with the choice. Whether you’re after tapas or a full meal, you’ll enjoy some of the freshest and best-cooked fish for miles around in Estepona, a town that boasts some of the finest seafood restaurants in Andalusia, if not the Mediterranean.

There are some excellent traditional tapas bars, Spanish restaurants and bodegas if you want to enjoy typical Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. Plus there are some excellent fish restaurants, both in the port and in the town, plus the beautiful beaches are home to a number of excellent Chiringuitos and beach bars.

Some of the most exceptional seafood restaurants in the area:

La Escorella:

A portside restaurant which literally takes its daily fish order straight from the boat on the grill.

El Pescador:

Which serves some of the biggest, juiciest mussels and best black-rice paella you’re ever likely to try.



The Costa del Sol is world-famous for its beautiful beaches, which means that the most popular of them can become unbearably busy during summer.

Moreover, many of Estepona’s beaches have been awarded the blue flag status for their high standards of cleanliness and hygiene. Most have good facilities, including children’s facilities, showers, beach restaurants, and watersports.

El Cristo:

Is located to the west of the town and is an excellent beach for families and it is sheltered within a cove. Its ideal location means longer hours of sunshine, making it a particular favourite with serious sunbathers.

Playa Costa Natura:

Nudist beach (10 minute drive from town). A quiet beach that stretches for hundreds of meters and gives way to spectacular views of the Rock of Gibraltar and the North African Atlas Mountains, while overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It can be visited by naturists both those who reside and do not reside in the complex. The beach is closed by a small promontory on the eastern side and a river bed on the western side, thus limiting public foot traffic.

Playa Rada:

This is Estepona’s largest and main beach and also the closest one to the town, just a 5 minute walk from Plaza de las Flores. Surrounded by large palm trees all along almost 3 kilometers beachfront with nice areas for kids to play and have fun in playgrounds dotted along the coastline, this beach is usually less crowded than nearby beaches and backs on a row of cozy chiringuitos, the perfect plan to spend a day on the beach relaxing in golden sands, and even enjoying activities such as Kayaking and windsurfing.



If you’re a competitive player with a low handicap or a casual golfer who needs a round or two to loosen up, you can be sure that Estepona will have the course for you as it is one of the most popular destinations for golf holidays in Spain.

Paraíso Golf Club:

Located between Estepona and Marbella; it’s a peaceful course with a stunning backdrop of mountains “La Concha” at its north, and with Mediterranean Sea views in the south designed in 1973 by Gary Player. It has an enviable reputation not only for having one of the best championship course layouts on the coast but also for being the most welcoming international club on the coast.

Valderrama Golf Club:

One of the best known golf clubs in the world which is located in the resort of Sotogrande in the Andalusia just a few miles from Gibraltar. With a single 18-hole course, along with a 9-hole par 3 course, Valderrama Golf Club, was constructed in 1974 by the architect Robert Trent Jones. By 1999, Valderrama was rated the top course in mainland Europe by Golf World magazine.

Valle Romano:

Receive a warm welcome upon arrival to a paradise along the Mediterranean coast in the heart of the golf coast in Estepona. The one for the serious players, with a maximum handicap of 28 for gents and 36 for ladies, prepared to host the most demanding and prestigious tournaments.



The city of Estepona is natural conscious, and in order to take advantage of its green areas they have touched a program called “Natural Estepona”. Thank it people can enjoy natural surroundings by hiking, horse riding, biking, or walking activities along with different areas with diverse difficulty levels.

Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja: these mountains are spectacular, and to view them this the sun going down or in the early morning is pure magic. We suggest you make the extra effort and enjoy the views from the very top of the mountain and take your time to relax and maybe have a light picnic… you will be truly rewarded.


The Marina

Built on the original working fishing harbor, within the port precinct itself, the gastronomic and playful offer it’s from high-level, including several tapas bars, restaurants local bars and nightlife is a lively place to visit and a regular meeting point. Enjoy a nice lunch or have drink or two while gazing at the gorgeous yachts moored close by, a third port in the province in capacity.

The marina is also home to the regular Sunday market with a variety of traditional handcrafted goods on sale, including clothing and leather goods, music CDs and decorative items.

For those who love the sea, deep sea fishing and sailing trips are available from the marina on a daily basis, as are all the popular water sports.

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