Marbella Christmas market

Marbella Christmas market

Marbella Christmas market

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Every Sunday in December from 12:00pm to 6:00pm visit the Christmas Market at the Puerto Deportivo (sports port) in Marbella for a very special chance to buy local handmade gifts for friends and family.

There will be lots of opportunities to get some Christmas shopping done with local items such as crafts, jewelry, ceramics, food items, games, and more. There is also a cafeteria so you can have a bite to eat.

The market is open during the "puente" (bridge) holiday from Thursday December 6 to Sunday December 9, 2012 celebrating Constitution Day and the Immaculate Conception, when most other stores will be closed. This artisan market also plans to continue every Sunday even after the holidays.

The market is located at the Muelle Teresa Zabell wharf on the north side of the port.

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Nov 15, 2018
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christmas NEW
by: anette

please could you tell me how to apply for the christmas event as we make hand made glass ornaments

Dec 09, 2014
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Christmas flower arrangements
by: Anonymous

Hello Lisa,

who can I contact for a stand at the Christmas market on Sundays?

I have very original arrangements made is walnuts, pine cones and other Christmassy decorations to sell.

Dec 06, 2012
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Cancelled due to rain
by: Lisa

Unfortunately tomorrow (Friday, December 7) has been cancelled due to predicted rain. BUT we'll be back and ready to go Saturday and Sunday! Come and do your handmade and origiaChristmas shopping"

Dec 04, 2010
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Marbella Port Christmas market
by: Marbella Family

We just got back from a visit to this little market and weren´t really impressed. To be fair, we got there early and there were still some vendors setting up. I didn´t see anything "christmassy" (yet), but more arts and crafts type stuff. There was a small section of games that are free for the kids to entertain themselves. All the games were made out of wood, there was even an air hockey game, but without the air.

I wouldn´t go out of your way to visit this market, but if you´re in town anyway to see Santa or the nativity scenes, it doesn´t hurt to pop in and see what´s going on.

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