1 Coworking Spaces in Estepona

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About Estepona

A resort town on the Costa del Sol in the south of Spain, Estepona sits in the province of Malaga that is a part of the community of Andalusia. Cloaked in fertile valleys, small bubbling streams and the mountainous terrain of the Sierra Bermeja, the peak of Los Reales stands like a sentinel above it all. Known for its stunning beaches over a 21km coastline, its awesome natural landscape reclines in sunshine for over 325 days of the year. Famous for its "night club" culture, large number of bars and restaurants dishing up seafood still flapping from the ocean, Estepona has a number of plazas and squares to linger in whilst sipping espresso before heading off to a coworking venue to get some work done. With a resident population of 66,683 people that fluctuates with the summer hordes of tourists, Estepona's whitewashed old town must not be missed.

Spain has a buzzing startup system happening due to its high quality education rate that is higher than the average for the European Union and it's home to a number of impressive educational institutions with 3 Spanish universities making the top 10 in Financial Times' annual European Business School Rankings for 2017. Barcelona's IESE has been ranked the number one executive education program by the Financial Times for 3 years running. Spanish graduates are no longer running away from their tapas shores seeking fame and fortune abroad and are quite happy getting involved in a local startup scene.

Estepona, like many other Spanish cities is seeing a change in the business scene that was once dominated by traditional roles. Spanish entrepreneurs have a competitive advantage of being able to grab skilled developers and engineers at a fraction of the Silicon Valley cost, which is why many startups are chasing their dreams in this land of wine and Jamon Iberico (Iberian ham). Coworking spaces are popping up everywhere throughout Spain to cater to the influx of wandering nomads with laptops and home grown entrepreneurs.