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Shopping in Marbella

Shopping in Marbella is about Fashion, Jewelry, Markets, Department Stores and Shopping Centres.

Sunday Shopping Hours in Andalucia

Shopping centres are generally open from 10.00 to 22.00 hrs Monday to Saturday. They are also open for the same or slightly reduced hours on certain Sundays and Bank holidays. Opening on Sunday and bank holidays for shopping centres and shops over 300 square metres is decreed by the Junta de Andalucia.

McArthur Glen, Shopping Centre Malaga

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

Plaza Mayor, Shopping Centre Malaga

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

Ecological Market Nueva Andalucia Marbella

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 third Saturday of the month in the part of Nueva Andalucia that is close to the River Guadaliza and road to San Pedro.

Jewellery in Marbella

Jewellery shops in Marbella, including Chopard bouttique, Erum, Gomez and Molina, Princess Bea Auersperg.

Fashion in Marbella

Fashion shops are located in three areas. In the old town and centre of Marbella, in the La Cañada shopping centre, and in Puerto Banus, both in the Marina and in the comercial area next to it which includes Costa Marbella comercial centre (El Corte Inglés) and Marina Banus shopping centre.  

Farmacy's Farmer's and Handicraft market

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.

Shopping in Granada

Most of the main high street names- Zara, Pull and Bear, H&M- can be found on Calle Reyes Católicos, which is perpendicular with Gran Vía de Colón. There are also several stores on the adjoining Calle Recogidas. If you are looking for more unique pieces then don't miss the individual boutiques in the the quaint old streets of the city's historic quarter, particularly the Alcaiceria or Great Bazaar.

Shopping Centres in Sevilla

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

Shopping Centres in Jaen

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

Shopping Centres in Huelva

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

Shopping Centres in Granada

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

Shopping Centres in Cordoba

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

Shopping Centres in Cadiz

Andalucia is not alone in its quest for the convenience of large out-of-town shopping centres or commercial centres ( centros comerciales) . Over the past five years shopping centres in Andalucia have become increasingly prevalent and in Andalucia today they form an integral part of most peoples’ shopping experience. Since Cadiz city has limited space.

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

La Cañada in Marbella

Along with the sun, sea and sand attracting people to Marbella and the Costa del Sol, ‘La Cañada' shopping centre is another huge attraction for tourists and inhabitants alike. It was built by ‘General de Galerías Comerciales'.

Shopping in Gibraltar

Traditionally, British ex-pats living in nearby Spain have flocked to Gibraltar to bank and to shop for those tastes of home such as Cheddar cheese and tea bags. The latter are now freely available in Spain but the ex-pats still flock to the Rock for a different shopping experience.