Artisanal market in Marbella Old Town

Japanese ceramics by Micazuki

Japanese ceramics by Micazuki

Japanese ceramics by Micazuki
Marbella paintings
hand made soaps in Marbella
Bajo los Naranjos Marbella

Stroll through the orange blossoms on Sundays at the Marbella artisanal market "Bajo los naranjos" (Under the oranges) on Orange Square in Marbella Old Town

The market takes place every Sunday from 10:00am to 3:00pm in the colder months and from 5:00pm to 9:30pm in the warmer season. The market offers 22 different hand made artisanal products including paintings, sculptures, ceramics, clothing, accessories, glass art, jewelry and perfumes.

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Oct 09, 2011
Artisan market Marbella
by: Adrienne

It's very pretty and one can find a good priced lunch, but the market really just a few stalls. Futher along is another small interesting square with live jazz lunchtime and lots of good eateries and pizzaz.

Apr 14, 2011
change of venue during Easter
by: Marbella Family

On Sunday April 17 and April 24, 2011 the Artisan market "Bajo los Naranjos" will move to Plaza del Santo Cristo due to the Easter holiday celebrations for (Semana Santa). The market will return to Orange Square after these dates.

This Sunday April 17th the market will feature a performance from the blues group ‘Moochers Trío’.

Apr 03, 2011
Artisan market
by: Sandra

Well worth a visit!

Mar 24, 2011
Artesan Market, Orange Square, Marbella
by: Jill Burgess

A new Sunday Market is opening in Orange Square, Marbella. All products sold are Artesan/Handmade so if you are looking for something a bit unusual, then this is the place to come. Jewellery, Clothing, Soaps/Soaks, Pottery and lots more Natural Products.

Time: 10.00am to 3.00pm

Come along and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Orange Square..Wine, Dine and Shop all in one place......

Mar 20, 2011
Bajo los Naranjos Marbella
by: Marbella Family

Today it was a beautiful sunny day, so we decided to visit the artisanal market in Marbella Old Town.

There weren´t many stalls, but what was there was quite interesting. I found an interesting stall selling Japanese ceramics. The artisans live in Granada and come out every Sunday to Marbella to sell their wares. I am thrilled with my purchase of Japanese ceramic mugs and am already sipping green tea out of them as I write this.

We also found some lovely bath soaps and salts from Get a Natural Life. They look so luscious and tasty. I saw flavors such as coffee, lemon, cucumber and more. They look good enough to eat.

Usually I don´t even consider going out to the "casco antiguo" (Marbella old town) on a Sunday, but I was curious to see what the market was like. It was nice to see a bit more hustle and bustle in this beautiful corner of Marbella and imagine the market will continue to grow as the months go on and should be really bustling by summer.

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