There are many street markets in Marbella, and although they are all very similar, they all offer something different that cannot be found in the other markets. If you’re any good at haggling, these type of markets are the ideal places to put your skills into practice, it’s very likely that you’ll manage to buy the item you’re interested in for a lower price.
The street markets are perfect places to buy souvenirs or even fresh fruit and vegetable. The street markets open from 9am till 2pm.
Mondays: Street market in Alora and Marbella centre (where the football ground is situated)
This street market is held on Saturdays near the bullring in Nueva Andalusia, only a few minutes away from Puerto Banus.
In the Puerto Banus street market you’ll be able to buy souvenirs, fruits and vegetables, clothes, spices, jewellery and a lot more. The prices can be a tad more expensive than in other street markets, so if you want to save money, you’re better off visiting any of the other ones we recommend.
If you get there by car we recommend to use a public parking or get there early.
Every monday, the great street market in the 'Recinto Ferial' (fairground) Las Albarizas
- San Pedro de Alcántara Street market on Thursday in the 'Recinto Ferial' (fairground)
- Las Chapas Street market every Friday in 'La Vibora' area.
- Calahonda On Wednesdays, a small street market at Calypso.
To know more about street markets in Malaga just follow the link.