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Shopping Centres in Almeria


Andalusia is not alone in its quest for the convenience of large out-of-town shopping centres or commercial centres ( centros comerciales, more commonly abbreviated to C.C). Over the past five years shopping centres in Andalusia have become increasingly prevalent and today they form an integral part of most peoples’ shopping experience.


Avenida Mediterráneo, 244. Tel: 950 22 93 13

Centro Mediterráneo
Avenida Mediterráneo, s/n. Tel: 950 14 42 87

Centro Comercial Torrecárdenas
Calle Médico Francisco Pérez Company. Tel: 950 58 48 68

Centro Comercial Oliveros
Calle Canónigo Molina Alonso, 4.


El Corte Inglés
El Ejido Shopping Centre, Paseo de Pedro Ponce, s/n, El Ejido, 04700 (Almería). Tel: 950 542 000

Parque Comercial Copo
Carretera de Almerimar s/n, 04700 El Ejido (Almería). Tel: 950 48 91 50

La Esquina de Puerto Rey
Avenida Puerto Rey, s/n, 04620 Vera (Almería), Tel: 950 61 70 15

Parque Comercial Mojácar
Multicentro Cruce Playa, s/n, 04638 Mojácar (Almería). Tel: 950 47 84 06

Parque Comercial Gran Plaza
Carretera de Alicún, s/n, 04740 Roquetas de Mar (Almería). Tel: 950 32 87 32

Sunday Shopping Opening in Andalucia

Opening on Sunday and bank holidays for shopping centres and shops over 300 square metres is decreed by the Junta de Andalucia. Shops that can open on any Sundays or holiday are; Shops selling cakes and pastries, bread and ready meals, preparation and sale of churros, chips, nuts and sweets, newspapers, florists and plants. Shops selling cultural and sporting products located inside museums or cultural or sporting establishments. Petrol stations and shops designated as 'convenience stores'. Shops in train and bus stations and airports and sea-ports.

The larger shops and shopping centres are permitted to open on the following Sundays and holidays throughout Andalucia. This does not mean that all shops in the town or village will be open on a Sunday, it means that they are permitted to open. In practice the larger shopping centres and retail parks will definately be open, and some shops in the towns and cities will be open. Shops in the smaller towns and villages will be closed apart from the small convenience store and the petrol station.

Sunday and Bank Holidays shopping in 2023 - Andalucia wide

There are 16 permitted Sunday and Bank Holidays in 2023 - Andalucia wide
January 2nd and 8th
February none
March none
April 6th (Easter Thursday) 30th
May 2nd
June none
July 2rd and 30th
August 15th and 28th
September none
October 12th
November 1st and 26th
December 3th and 8th and 10th and 17th and 24th and 31st

Sunday and Bank Holidays shopping - Costa del Sol

Any town that the Junta de Andalucia has designated ‘Area of great Tourist Influence' can open additional Sundays. This applies to Sunday and holiday opening in Coastal del Sol towns of Malaga city, Marbella, Fuengirola, Estepona, Benalmádena, Torremolinos, Nerja, Rincón de la Victoria, Mijas and Manilva. It also applies to coastal resort towns on the Costa de la Luz and the Costa Almeria.

Permitted Sunday and Bank Holidays open days in 2023 - Costa del Sol
January 2nd and 8th
February none
March none
April 2nd (Palm Sunday) 6th (Easter Thursday) 7th (Good Friday) 9th (Easter Sunday)
May 2nd
June every Sunday open
July every Sunday open
August every Sunday open plus holidays 15th and 19th
September every Sunday open
October 12th
November 1st and 26th
December 3th and 8th and 10th and 17th and 24th and 31st

Full details on Sunday shopping hours in Costa del Sol and Andalucia.

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