Marbella street markets

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marbella Street Markets

Marbella Street markets (mercadillos) are great places to buy souvenirs and fresh fruits & vegetables. All markets are similar, selling fake brand name handbags, sunglasses, watches and wallets as well as a myriad of clothing, spices, shoes, music and more. However, some have specialty items that you may not find in other markets.

Keep in mind that markets are open from approximately 9:30am - 2:00pm. In the summer, avoid the heat and the crowds and get there early!

Follow this schedule to find a street market near you:

  • Mondays: Alora, Marbella center
  • Tuesdays: Benamagosa, Fuengirola (feria ground), Nerja (calle Chaparral)
  • Wednesdays: Benalmadena (Parque de la Paloma), La Cala, Estepona, La Linea, Rindon de la Victoria
  • Thursdays: Alhaurin el Grande, Pizara, Frigiliana, Torremolinos, Velez Malaga, San Pedro de Alcantara, Torre del Mar
  • Fridays: Benalmadena (Tivoli gardens), Casares, Cartama, Aguamania, Elviria
  • Saturdays: Fuengirola, La Cala, Ojen Pueblo, Coin, Marbella (Puerto Banus)
  • Sundays: Estacion de Cartama, Fuengirola (near mosque), Malaga (near football stadium), Sabinillas, Estepona, Sotogrande, Nerja (car boot sale)

Puerto Banus street market is where everyone in the family is sure to find something to buy. Located near the bull ring in Nueva Andalucia just 1 minute from Puerto Banus.

San Pedro street market is a recommended stop for any visit to Marbella, conveniently located in the town of San Pedro de Alcántara, minutes from Puerto Banus, on Thursday mornings.

Marbella center street market is where they have it all! The best selection of fruits and vegetables as well as lower prices than the Puerto Banus street market.

Marbella ecological market organised by the Marbella Town Hall is where you can find an incredible variety of produce every first Saturday of the month.

Second hand shops are where you can find good quality second hand kids' clothes, located between Estepona and Fuengirola.

How to get a stall includes an overview of how to go about obtaining a market stall, which markets are the best and how much a stall costs.

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