Spain malls: THE 10 BEST Spain Shopping Malls (with Photos)

THE 10 BEST Spain Shopping Malls (with Photos)

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1. Yumbo Centrum

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By JosephSpendlove

It’s like a small city, everything from banks to bars, restaurants and shops, night clubs, gay saunas, cruising bars,…

2. Zenia Boulevard

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By Valleyschick1

Within the shopping centre there was a great mix of shops including Guess, Mango, Springfield, Levi, Lefties, Koala B…

3. Siam Mall

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By 565errom

good shopping center, where many shops are concentrated, as well as a large supermarket, the largest in the south of…

4. La Roca Village

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By iceblended

Hourly buses by different bus companies to the outlet mall at Barcelona Nord (bus station for inter European routes). ..

5. Centro Comercial Arenas De Barcelona

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By permia

Cinema is in abundance with multi-screens available.

6. L’Aljub

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By 536fabians

Free parking, outdoor or indoor.

7. La Maquinista

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Sant Andreu

By 465bobbieb

Very good shopping and eating. There are plenty of shops to go to for every budget and is easy to find.

8. Centro Comercial Miramar

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By Mariia

Variety of mid-price clothing stores, restaurants and a big Carrefour supermarket, where you can buy even a air condi…

9. Diagonal Mar Centro Comercial

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Diagonal Mar

By 954seraf

One incredible mall ever , everything you need find everything there ❤️it took us 2 days to fully see everything. ..

10. intu Xanadú

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By puravida004

Great mall with everything you need… Zipline, snow park, bowling, cinema, mini golf, restaurants and shops. We took…

11. Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque

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By ianyek12

Dialprix is also an excellent, very clean supermarket selling most of what you’ll need for day to day living.

12. Maremagnum

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Port Vell (Old Port)

By ManngaDua

On the last day in Barcelona, we visited this mall for shopping. The mall is along the bay side and the view is very…

13. Biosfera Plaza Shopping and Leisure Centre

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By JustinJ81

The open air cinema was fantastic ,service was excellent and price was very good family really enjoyed it just press. ..

14. Mogan Mall

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By damart1234

It has the usual array of shops – mostly upmarket and a great selection of cafes and restaurants.

15. Centro Comercial Las Arenas

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By MissEmilyMc

Most of these shops are well known brands such as Primark, C&A, Vans, Zara, Mango and H&M. There’s even a supermarket…

16. Plaza Norte 2 Shopping Mall

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By NFilipa

I visited plaza norte during week, it wasn’t crowded at all. You can find most of famous brands but also smaller brands…

17. Centro Comercial Príncipe Pío

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Casa de Campo

By 750dimitrisl

Centro Comercial Principe Pio is a handy shopping place. For us it was very handy as our hotel was almost around the…

18. Mallorca Fashion Outlet

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By tijanamir

The prices are what you would expect at an outlet mall, so if you like to shop beware.

19. Porto Pi Centro Comercial

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By U3595WZdannyc

Shoe shops – got off lightly – just two pairs.

20. Boulevard El Faro

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By mattsloan

… taxi.The shops are all amazing but expensive nice shopping centre then a lovely prom towards the lighthouse where…

21. Portal de la Marina

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By Ogi0

We visited it because of the large supermarket Carrefour, which has practically everything….

22. Fan Mallorca Shopping

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By Ezajo

We loved the shops here, big mall, good prices.

23. La Villa Centro Comercial

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By X8085XIalanf

And one of the largest supermarkets I’ve ever seen. It’s a short bus or taxi ride from Puerto de la Cruz where the…

24. Saler Centro Comercial

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However, it has an attractive commercial mixture of shops and restaurantes like 100 Montaditos, Amichi, Bershka among…

25. Centro Comercial Plenilunio

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San Blas – Canillejas

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By thomasaC592UL

Many shops and variety of purchases. Good prices (depending of brands). Also variety in food and beverages, but with…

26. Centro Comercial Islantilla

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By mota1965

It has a supermarket and several shops including a pharmacy and restaurants. Very nice.

27. Habaneras Shopping Center

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By Joanne_1979N

My husband and I recently enjoyed a holiday at Villamartin and whilst there we had a day exploring Torrevieja.

28. Centro Comercial Plaza Mar 2

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By markandcarolinefarre

An easily accessible shopping centre, the tram stops just outside and is close to the city centre, in fact you can se…

29. Centro Comercial Meridiano

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By Steve-Ten-reeef

Just your normal shopping centre with food court on top level doing all the normal get fat quickly food,, plenty of…

30. Centro Comercial Bonaire

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By RedflowerNY

It’s just an open-air commercial centre, with not so good shops actually. Of course there are all the Spanish Indetext…

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  • Élixir of love

    3 contributions

    Lovely place to hang around!!

    I spent a very good time in Mykonos Club in September 2022. I remember a pretty guy aged 25/27 walking around and offering you for a drink..
    We never talked to each other but I’ m quite sure there was something between him and I…

    Review of: Yumbo Centrum

    Written February 26, 2023

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Sazzaw

    Broxbourne, UK69 contributions

    Shoppers heaven

    Wow a shoppers paradise, every shop you can think of is here from primark to designers. As with anywhere be vigilant as there are pick pockets and also the food is pricier than just outside the boulevard. Always come for a wonder and window shop

    Review of: Zenia Boulevard

    Written April 22, 2023

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Dawnie100

    Shipley, UK265 contributions

    A good place to visit

    Plenty of shops to see. We stayed not far from it and so walked up. It is quite a hike – but once there, plenty to see with every base covered

    Review of: Siam Mall

    Written April 21, 2023

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Mohannad S

    4 contributions

    Great deals but you can’t find all brands

    It’s a beautiful medium size village, great deals.

    Keep in mind the following :

    You need to spare at least 4-6 hours to visit this location.
    There is a bus everyone hour make sure not to miss it because the village is in a relocate area.
    There are restaurants and pubs everywhere so don’t worry if you need refreshments.

    Review of: La Roca Village

    Written July 15, 2022

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Fatola4

    London, UK292 contributions

    Definitely worth a visit

    We spent around three hours in this very nice shopping centre which was previously the Bullring. The views from the top are worth going to see as well. If you are a UK resident you can claim the tax back in the airport from many of the shops so worth asking when purchasing goods. The shopping centre is very easy to find and around a 5 minute journey from the Ramblas.

    Review of: Centro Comercial Arenas De Barcelona

    Written November 29, 2022

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Fabian S

    Malmö, Sweden96 contributions

    Nice medium size shopping mall

    Nice shopping mall, moderate size, super clean and fresh. Wide range of shops and restaurants. Free parking, outdoor or indoor.

    Review of: L’Aljub

    Written June 26, 2021

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Bibcay

    Gateshead, UK4,375 contributions


    Didn’t really notice the shops but they looked pretty good. The public toilets came in handy since I needed too go.

    Review of: La Maquinista

    Written December 30, 2019

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Rochelle J

    6 contributions

    Liked it a lot

    I really liked the shopping centre. I managed to find a dress and jumper that was reasonably priced and comfortable 🙂 I also found some vegan food in the supermarket inside the centre and the Ben&Jerry’s ice cream stall also had a vegan option which was nice 👌🏻

    Review of: Centro Comercial Miramar

    Written March 26, 2023

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • C1374NYwilliamb

    South Ayrshire, UK117 contributions

    Very large Mall

    The Mall is situated across from the Hilton Diagonal and has almost everything you need including a huge supermarket with lots of choices of food, alcohol, clothes hardware and more.
    There are lots of restaurants including all the fast food chain restaurants as well as more bespoke and interesting eating places.
    The Mall is immaculate and all leading brand clothes shops are in abundance. If you want to spend time there then almost everything is available.

    Review of: Diagonal Mar Centro Comercial

    Written January 23, 2020

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Antonis Z

    Athens, Greece47 contributions

    Worth it

    Just 25 km outside Madrid (about 35€ by taxi).
    Many and good brands.
    Many activities (try the indoor snow ski, it’s unique and fantastic) !!!
    Take care for the return (arrange with a taxi or see the bus schedule) or else you’ll have problem.

    Review of: intu Xanadú

    Written August 26, 2016

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • HappyGoLucky

    Oegstgeest, The Netherlands146 contributions

    BEWARE: the phone shop is a scam.

    Overall very nice shopping mall…

    The exception is the phone accessory store in the basement. The guy scams you with very high prices for low quality goods, shady discounts, and when paying he still puts higher prices than he told you. This store really makes the mall feel unsafe is an absolute scam. This store is very bad for the reputation of the shopping mall and the other stores, which are really very nice. We hope the mall management quickly takes action against this scam.

    From the other stores, we can recommend the kind people, quality goods, and good prices. We visited the Intersport for various swimming goods, the supermarket is really great in its offering of foods, drinks, and various beach products. The manicure / pedicure place is clean and the staff is skilled.

    Review of: Centro Comercial Plaza del Duque

    Written October 19, 2021

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Shahar L

    Tel Aviv, Israel257 contributions

    Nice- but stores are small

    In order to get to the Maremagnum you need to pass the beautiful sea deck, watching the harbor and the seagulls – absolutely breath taking! however, getting there was somewhat disappointing- the stores are small, selection is limited- better do your main shopping around placa catalunya!

    Review of: Maremagnum

    Written November 15, 2021

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • Damian C

    12 contributions

    Good for its size

    Good shoping centre. Not too big but it has everything you need. Shops from Zara to Pull and bear and Bershka. And there is a fun centre with good mini golf and 6d cinema at the top floor.

    Review of: Biosfera Plaza Shopping and Leisure Centre

    Written February 2, 2023

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • cazzieLiverpool

    Liverpool, UK27 contributions

    Mogan Mall

    Really good shops here. Lovely area well worth going to. Nice places to sit and stop for a drink or something to eat.

    Review of: Mogan Mall

    Written April 24, 2023

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

  • davidinleeds2016

    Leeds, UK5 contributions

    Shopping mall visit

    A large shopping mall spread over 3 floors with parking underneath this. Bright, spotlessly clean, air conditioned and not at all busy when we went in the afternoon on a saturday. Free parking for 3 hours. Normal array of shops with a cinema and an amusement arcade on the top floor in which you collect vouchers for each game you play in exchange for prizes. We spent 12euros in total resulting in winning 360 vouchers which we exchanged for 2 colourful pens and 2 Disney and Marvel key rings.

    Review of: Centro Comercial Las Arenas

    Written August 13, 2022

    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

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Inditex Group’s revenue for the past year added 18% to €32. 6 billion, up 15% from 2019 before the pandemic.

2 March 2023, Spain:

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The company reported reaching the 63 million mall visitors mark, a 16% increase over 2021.

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The new Skechers store will have a total area of 774 sq. meters.


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Shopping in Spain.

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Are you going to come to Spain? We recommend that you make time for shopping during your trip. Fashion, handicrafts, gastronomy, interior design and much more. Variety, quality and uniqueness, long store hours and specialty shopping areas. We offer you basic information about shopping in Spain.

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Admire the windows of well-known luxury brands, enjoy the smells and colors of traditional markets, bright contrasts between handicrafts and avant-garde design, walk along the main streets or small streets in search of music, books and antiques, or comfortably shop in large shopping centers. In Spain, a wide variety of opportunities await you. There is only one condition: do not forget to leave a place for shopping in your suitcase.

City center to commercial centers

What are the best shopping areas in Spain?
In general, in any city or village you decide to visit, the best shopping opportunities await you in the center of the village. In addition, large cities usually have shopping areas for a wide range of tastes: “places of pilgrimage” for luxury lovers (such as the Salamanca district in Madrid or Gracia Boulevard in Barcelona), more alternative and modern neighborhoods where you can buy designer and fashion goods ( Soho in Malaga or Malasaña in Madrid) or areas with traditional shops (near Piazza Redonda in Valencia or the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona) and handicrafts (for example, the Triana district in Seville).
Another possibility, especially for those who want to buy fashion and accessories, perfumes and cosmetics or high-tech goods, is to go to one of the large shopping malls that are available in many cities.

Barcelona shopping area

Shopping malls offer convenient opening hours, a variety of shops (including major Spanish and international fashion chains), various services such as parking (which may or may not be free) and good public transport links. In addition, they have restaurants and in some cases also have activities for children to keep them entertained while you shop. In cities like Madrid and Barcelona, ​​there are also large outlet centers: fashion and interior goods of prestigious brands for any budget.


You can also get information about the markets you can visit in your destination. In almost all cities in Spain, one or more markets are organized weekly or monthly. They have a special charm, not only because of the shopping that you can do here (some markets are themed, while others offer an endless variety of goods such as clothing, accessories, art, interior goods, antiques and food), but also because of their lively and often festive atmosphere created by music or street performers.
Examples of these markets are numerous: the famous Rastro in Madrid, Els Encants (La Fira de Belcaire) in Barcelona, ​​La Alcayseria in Granada, Las Dalias in Ibiza, the Thursday market in Seville, El Rastro de Mestalla in Valencia and others.

Fabrics in the street market

Fashion & Accessories

We’re sure you won’t be disappointed when you decide to shop for fashion and accessories made in Spain. You can buy from exclusive Spanish brands with international recognition, as well as ready-to-wear, which Spain exports to many countries of the world and which you will definitely want to buy in her homeland. And if you follow trends closely, visit the most fashionable areas of large cities (Malasanya in Madrid, El Raval or Gracia in Barcelona, ​​Russafa in Valencia, Soho in Malaga, etc.), where, in small shops of local designers, you can buy original and unique models. If you’re looking for more traditional souvenirs, don’t forget that every region of Spain has its own pieces of clothing, from the well-known flamenco fashion in Andalusia with ruffles and bright colors, the whiteness of adlib fashion in Ibiza, or silk products in Valencia, to the Basque beret. “chapela”, “fajin” belts, which are used during the San Fermin festival in Navarre, or “parpusa” caps, which are worn by the Madrid “chulapos”.

Barcelona handicrafts

Many regions of Spain are famous for their leather goods, which combine fashion trends and handicrafts; backpacks, bags, belts, shoes or leather goods can be purchased in a large part of the country, for example, in Andalusia or Castile-La Mancha. Or maybe you prefer decorative items? Ceramics from Talavera de la Reina (Province of Toledo, Castile-La Mancha, UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity), ceramics from Sargadelos (Province of Lugo, Galicia), Manises (Province of Valencia) or Ubeda (Province of Jaén, Andalusia) ), as well as damaskine from Toledo (Castilla-La Mancha) are some of the best examples of Spanish craftsmanship that make traditional vessels, decorative items or costume jewelry. In our country, you can also buy other typical handicrafts, which will become unique souvenirs. They are made from vines (baskets, decorative items, lamps, etc.) in the Valencian Community, from esparto (from bags to carpets) in Castile-La Mancha, or from boxwood (cups, clogs) in Navarre.

Ceramics from Sargadelos


Gastronomy deserves special mention. Spanish gastronomy, a vivid example of the so-called Mediterranean cuisine, will undoubtedly become a source of inspiration for you while shopping in our country. In different regions you will find different tastes of Spanish cuisine that you can take home with you. Examples are the Iberian cured ham “Jamón” of any of the four denominations of origin (Deesa de Extremadura, Guihuelo, Jamón de Huelva and Los Pedroches) and the delicious local cheeses: “Manchego” (Castilla-La Mancha) , “cabrales” (Asturias), “torta del Casar” (Extremadura), Idiazabal (Basque Country and Navarre) and many others. This list would be incomplete without wine (the most famous wines are from Rioja or Ribera del Duero, but almost all regions of Spain have appellations of origin that will pleasantly surprise you) or olive oil, the true liquid gold of the Mediterranean. You should also include in your list traditional spirits (such as “orujo” from Galicia or “chacoli” from the Basque Country), sweets (such as the “tarta de Santiago” cake in Galicia, candied fruit in Aragon, honey in Castile-La Mancha) or some canned food (asparagus from Navarre, anchovies from Cantabria and others).

Wine Tasting Girl

There are no restrictions on the transport of food from one EU country to another, but if you are returning to any country outside the EU, you should check the current regulations. (Check with your destination airport to see if food can be carried in checked baggage, as well as restrictions regarding weight, processing method, packaging, and others.)

Shopping and new experiences

If you want not only shopping, but also interesting experiences, then you can combine it with various activities that await you in our country. Perhaps you want to use the services of a personal shopping consultant? You can get the help of these professionals primarily in large cities. They will advise you and take you to the best fashion and interior stores or the most exclusive showrooms. Would you like to taste wine, cheese or olive oil before you buy it? In Spain, you can visit tastings of these and other products to get to know their characteristics, learn how to evaluate them and make a purchasing decision. In addition, we recommend that you take with you souvenirs that are reminiscent of the artistic, cultural or historical heritage of Spain, which can be purchased in shops at museums or exhibitions. On the other hand, in traditional workshops, you can buy ceramics or leather products and at the same time get acquainted with the work of local craftsmen. You just need to find in your destination what you like best. The possibilities are endless.

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Tips and tricks

Basic tips

Before you go shopping in our country, here are a few basic tips: – One of the eye-catching features of shopping in Spain is the long opening hours of the stores. Although shops are usually open Monday to Saturday from 09:30 to 13:30 and from 16:30 to 20:00, in most tourist areas they are open for a longer time, since in many cities there are no restrictions on the opening hours of outlets. – In some tourist areas, especially on the coast during the high season, you can often see shops that do not close at nightfall, even after 22:00. – Large shopping centers and department stores work without a lunch break, from 10:00 to 21: 00 or 22:00. Many of them are also open on Sundays. – In our country, prices are fixed and bargaining is not accepted. – If you live outside the European Union, you can request a refund of taxes paid on purchases. Read the terms and conditions.- In addition, in most stores, especially in large cities, you can pay for purchases by card.

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Shopping centers, supermarkets, boutiques on the Costa del Sol

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You are the owner of real estate on the Costa del Sol or rent an apartment or villa on this coast, and you have simple everyday questions: where are the shopping centers, supermarkets or high fashion boutiques in Spain ? What kind of shopping centers and boutiques are located on the Costa del Sol? How to spend the best shopping in Spain? This information will be useful for you!

Everyone knows that Marbella and Puerto Banus are the center of Shopping in Spain. Puerto Banus is one of the top three cities in the world in terms of the number of high fashion boutiques per square footage and the number of people. Many famous people prefer to shop here from the most famous fashion houses.

Shopping in Spain is very popular today, as prices in Spain are among the most affordable in Europe, and sales in Spain are held all year round. When shopping in Spain, you not only have a good time, but also save on the things you buy, as the prices of even the most famous branded items here will be an order of magnitude lower than in Russia, and discounts in stores and boutiques in Spain are held constantly. Walking through the Spanish shops, of course, will bring a lot of pleasure to both avid shoppers and more economical buyers.

If you want to shop in one place, then the best shopping centers in Spain will be at your service, such as Corte Inglés, or, as the Spaniards also call it, El Corte Inglés, as well as La Cañada in Marbella. In these popular Spanish shopping centers you can not only buy everything you need, from clothes and accessories to food, but also relax and have a good time. In addition to boutiques and shops, you will be presented with numerous cafes, restaurants, as well as cinemas and entertainment centers.

Summer sales in Spain start in early June and end in late August – early September. In some cities in Spain, sales end at the end of September. There are also winter sales that start in early January. If you plan to visit the city of Marbella, do not miss the opportunity to combine your holiday with shopping at very attractive prices.

The list of well-known clothing brands in boutiques on the Costa del Sol is quite impressive: Christian Dior – Louis Vuitton – Roberto Cavalli – Dolce & Gabbana – Roberto Botticelli – Valentino – Gucci – Fendi – Lanvin – Jimmy Choo – Salvatore Ferragamo – Chopard – Giorgio Armani – Emporio Armani – Armani Casa – Ermenegildo Zegna – Chloé – Bulgari – Versace – Botteda Veneta – La Martina – Gianfranco Ferré – Blanc & Bleu – Von Dutch – Burberry – Prada – Tom Ford – Hugo Boss – La Perla – Hermes – Loewe – Pomelatto – Cartier-Missoni-Brioni

Marina Banus Shopping Center
Plaza Marina Banus, Puerto Banus, +34 952 90 65 44

La Canada Shopping Center

Carretera Ojén, Centro Comercial La Cañada, Marbella Centre, +34 9012 9012 0
Plaza Mayor Shopping Park
Calle Alfonso Ponce de Leon 3, Malaga, +34 952 247 580

Plaza del Mar

Centro Comercial, Calle Camilo José Cela, Marbella, +34 952 90 04 20

El Corte El
Costa Marbella Shopping Centre, Puerto Banus, +34 952 909 990


Parque Comercial La Cañada
Autovía del Mediterráneo s/n Salida Ojén Marbella, Málaga, +34 900 903 760 0120 Addresses and phone numbers of large shopping centers in Marbella and Puerto Banus:

Centro Comercial Costa Marbella (El Corte Ingllés)
Ramón Areces, S/N.