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The boom in tourism in Malaga has resulted in modern and trendy shopping centres, including top fashion names, traditional Spanish accessories, and souvenirs. There is not only the shopping factor involved here; these places feature a whole scope of entertainment for the family, like multiplex cinemas, restaurants, bars, bowling alleys and many more.
Malaga has many shopping streets, and Calle Larios is the most prominent shopping street where you get everything. Shopping streets close to Calle Larios like Calle Especería/ Cisneros, Calle Compañía, Calle Andrés Pérez where you can buy typical Spanish clothes, souvenirs, artefacts and many more things.
The Marques de Larios street, also known as Calle Larios, is named after Manuel Domingo Larios, a Spanish aristocrat. The elegant pedestrian street is a shopper's paradise and home to many designer stores, cosmetic stores and retailers. International brands like Massimo Dutti, Mango, etc., have their stores on this street. Most of the shops are open from 10am to 9pm. Calle Larios also has a great selection of restaurants and bars, ensuring you can spend the entire day exploring this charming street.
Address: C. Marqués de Larios, 4, 29005 Málaga, Spain.
Muelle Uno, located on the port between the lighthouse and Pompidou Centre, is Malaga's major shopping hotspot. This open-air market is known for its high-end stores selling clothes, shoes, accessories, jewellery and furnishings. It is not just a shopping market but a full-blown entertainment centre with restaurants, shops, a chic promenade and fantastic sea views. Global brands such as Helly Priomor, Lacoste, and Deichmann are available here.
Address: Paseo del Muelle Uno, 4, 29016 Malaga, Spain.
The chic Plaza Mayor Leisure Park was opened in 2002 and offers a pleasurable shopping area that incorporates all the big names of the global fashion industry, such as Zara, H&M, Mothercare, Massimo Dutti, etc. After renovating in early 2020, this open-air shopping centre has become a must-visit destination for shopping for branded products. The centre also features a cinema hall, multi-cuisine restaurants and bars.
Address: C. Alfonso Ponce de León, 3, 29004 Malaga, Spain.
Situated at the Avda De La Aurora, Larios Centro is a multi-storied shopping complex spread over 40,000 sq.m. It consists of four floors, with two floors reserved for parking. The shopping centre contains jewellery, cosmetic retailers, and several high-end fashion stores such as Zara, Massimo Dutti, United Colors of Benetton, etc. It also offers a wide range of dining options.
Address: Av. de la Aurora, 25, 29002 Malaga, Spain.
Spain's most iconic store, El Corte Ingles, has almost everything you need, from shoes, clothes, electronic equipment, and books to everyday groceries. The store organises fun promotional events and sales on several special occasions, such as Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, etc. A must-visit place to satisfy all your desires.
Address: Centro Comercial Bahía, Calle Hamlet, 5, 29006 Malaga, Spain.
Centro Comercial Vialia is located in the heart of Malaga city centre, right on Avd. De la Estación. You can go shopping before you board a bus or a train. The shopping complex has several stores offering branded products, including Calzedonia, Mango and Pull&Bear. Along with retail giants, Vialia has a wide range of restaurants, cafes, a casino and a movie theatre showing the latest blockbuster movies.
Address: Explanada de la Estación, s/n, 29002 Malaga, Spain.
One of the biggest malls in Malaga, Parque Comercial La Cañada or just La Canada has something for everyone. Big brands such as Adidas, H & M, HE by Mango, Hugo Boss, Kiehl’s, Levi’s, Lacoste, Pepe Jeans, United Colors of Benetton, Zara and many more have their stores here. The mall also has an Apple and Vodafone stores. There are plenty of places to eat, which makes it a favourite shopping destination.
Address: Carretera de Ojén, s/n, 29600 Marbella, Malaga, Spain.
The Veronica mall came into business in September 2004 at the Antequera and has a large selection of shops selling electronics, food and clothes. Placed strategically in an area of 45,000m.sq., the mall houses several well-known brands such as Berskha, Jennifer Antequera, Springfield, etc. and has more than 65 stores. The place also has a well-known hypermarket, Eroski.
Address: Cuesta de Talavera, s/n, 29200 Antequera, Malaga, Spain.
The historical Atarazanas market (Mercado Central de Atarazanas) is a must-visit in Malaga for daily shopping needs. You'll get a wide variety of fresh fruits, vegetables and an assortment of sea creatures, all at really reasonable prices. Apart from the aforementioned foodstuffs, the market is also a great place to get the local produce.
Address: Calle Atarazanas, 10, 29005 Malaga, Spain.