The Street Markets in Malaga and the Costa del Sol municipalities are very popular not only because they mostly have very cheap prices but also for their great atmosphere appreciated by both locals and visitors.
The flea markets and street markets in the Costa del Sol are another way to enjoy an outdoor walk, discover local products and crafts or find a bargain.
There is a good deal of shopping centres in Malaga and along the Costa del Sol. Most of them have an attractive offer not only of shops, but also of leisure and restaurants.
Something to consider if you are travelling with your family to the Costa del Sol.
Most of them are covered and all have air conditioning. Therefore, they are also a good alternative to make plans during the hot summer in Malaga or on a rainy day. Some of them also have movie theatres.
Last but not least, as the Costa del Sol is a popular tourist area, these shopping centres are also open on some Sundays and public holidays. Find out which ones, below.
Today we will discover Pier One at the Port of Malaga, the second most important cruise terminal in Spain.
Perfect for strolling, Muelle Uno offers a wide variety of bars and restaurants, shops and boutiques. Furthermore take place events, concerts and street markets throughout the year.