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Top shopping destinations on the Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol Shopping

Shopping has always been one of the most exciting activities for tourists all around the world and the Costa del Sol also offers its holiday-makers a great variety of shopping destinations, starting with giant malls and ending in luxurious boutiques, with just about everything you could wish for.

El Corte Ingles in Puerto Banus, is a perfect place to start, as it’s probably the best – known and loved store in Spain, which is famous for a huge range and the high level quality of its products. Anything you can think of will be found here, from 3D TV to Channel’s latest bag.  As if that wasn’t enough reasons to go shopping, we have managed to arrange a free HomeCareontheWeb El Corte Ingles discount card for all our guests and owners, which entitles you to great savings. Make sure you ask for it on arrival.

Another shopping heaven to visit if you’re on holiday in Marbella is La Cañada Commercial Park, with about 150 different shops, an excellent food court, cinema, hypermarket and free parking.

For those who prefer more expensive and deluxe brands, we recommend a shopping street right in the port of Banus, which is known for an amazing variety of top class boutiques, like “Channel”, “Dolce&Gabanna”, “Michael Kors”, “Burberry” and “Louis Vuitton”.

A more family-friendly place to visit is Myramar shopping centre in Fuengirola. Including a number of brilliant stores, Myramar offers a free parking, a couple of outstanding cafes and restaurants, a 12 screen Multi Cinema Complex, and a children’s play area and is an absolute must for families renting in Fuengirola. It also has your home treats such as Primark and Costa Coffee!

Plaza Mayor is a small shopping village not far from Malaga airport, which is definitely worth going to, as it has a huge bowling and entertainment center, IMAX cinema, several clubs, bars and restaurants, Health and Fitness Complex and more than 25 shops. 

Overall, the Costa del Sol is a perfect choice for shopping, so whatever you wish to buy when you’re on holiday – everything is under the sun!

Marbella Old Town – A Great Place to Shop

Tucked down the little cobbled side streets of Marbella is the charming Old Town, or Casco Antiguo, a part of Marbella which often goes unnoticed by tourists. It is situated just up from the Avenida Ricardo Soriano, the main street which runs through the centre of Marbella town.

The Old Town is a little gem full of secrets, with its winding streets, quirky little bars and unique boutiques; this place is full of atmosphere. Take a stroll through here and you will feel like you are in a totally different part of Spain.

It is a great place to shop, with over 200 boutiques where you can find Pashminas in every colour; a dress for every occasion, designer leather handbags, glitzy heels, funky flats and handmade jewellery, but that is not all these streets have to offer.

There are a number of little shops selling organic cheese, local chocolates, gourmet olive oil and fresh baked bread plus there’s a large covered market.

Walking around this picturesque maze can be thirsty work, and there are a number of cafes, bars and restaurants dotted around offering a wide selection of food and drinks.  Orange Square or la Plaza de Los Naranjos is a beautiful square decorated with orange trees and tropical plants, full of many cafes and bars, a great place to sit and watch the world go by.

The Old Town is a great place to visit day or night while on holiday in Marbella, for more information on  holiday rentals on the Costa del Sol, please visit our website or contact us on UK, 0208 123 58 53, Spain +34 952 83 95 95 or email


Organic market Marbella

If you’re staying in a Costa del Sol holiday rental this year and want to buy some lovely fresh produce to cook, you should check out the organic market, the 3rd Saturday of every month in the Parque Alameda Marbella.

From Saturday 5th February and from then on every third Saturday of the month from 10.00-14.00 the Guadalhorce Organic Market will be coming to the Parque de Alameda in Central Marbella to share their fantastic organic produce with us. Farmers will be offering reasonably priced, seasonal, organic produce which is kind to the environment. More information can be found on their website

This is a great reason to visit central Marbella which is a lovely place to see. Whilst your there, make sure you have a stroll round this leafy park, look at the Salvador Dali statues on the Avenida del Mar (the pedestrianized walkway down from the park to the sea) and explore the Old Town which is just across the road.

If you like shopping in markets, but aren’t here whilst the organic market is on, there is also an excellent daily market held behind the Old Town in Marbella which sells stunning fresh produce such as meat, fish and vegetables. It also sells a great selection of herbs and spices, kitchen-ware and traditional Spanish produce such as cheese and ham. It’s open all day, but it’s best to visit early in the morning to get the best selection. Don’t expect it to be cheap, but the quality of the produce is excellent and there’s parking underneath.