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Market started in October 2016. It has organic products, handmade and homemade things, cheeses, veggies and fresh fruits. Located in El Capricho Center next to El Corte Ingles branch, near Plaza Bocanegra and across from The Senator Hotel.

A typical street market of over 360 stalls that sell everything from shoes and clothes, to plants and flowers, fruit and vegetables. Parking is extremely difficult nearby, so public transport or parking a little further out is recommended

If well-priced, environmentally-friendly produce, that supports local businesses and farmers, is your thing, then this is the ideal market. The market opens on the first Saturday of the month in the Parque de la Alameda, between the oldtown and the beaches of Marbella.

A seaside market selling secondhand and handmade items, sold by local people and businesses. The stalls are piled high with clothes, accessories, jewellery, furniture,toys, art and books. There are also food and drink tastings available, as well as workshops, and a small fun-fair for children.

For those that love spending their Sunday afternoons wandering around and browsing stalls full of antiques, handmade items and vintage jewellery, then this is the ideal market. Held in the Port of Marbella (Puerto Deportivo de Marbella), this artisan market has 30 stalls of handmade gifts and jewellery, paintings, accessories, handpainted ceramics and unique baby clothing.

This open air market takes place everyday over the summer, or just on Saturdays for the rest of the year, on Plaza Antonio Banderas in Puerto Banus between the port and the Corte Ingles shopping centre. There are 25 stalls selling unique art objects, ceramics, vintage clothing & accessories, handmade jewellery, glass and fragrances.

One of the largest flea markets on the Costa del Sol takes place every Saturday morning, with over 120 stalls. It is situated next to the bullring of Puerto Banus is a great rambling flea market, a mini "Rastro" where you can find everything from a wooden elephant to a woolly jumper.