Street Markets are a part of Marbella. Depending on which one you choose, you will usually find some amazing bargains. It is also a very colourful way to shop and maybe try out some of your Spanish phrases!! Whichever market you choose to visit, there is always a very friendly atmosphere. And don’t forget, it is completely acceptable to barter.
The Monday market in Marbella sells normal household items like clothes, handbags, jewelry and much, much more. There is also a local produce section. Here, you will find deliciously fresh fruit and vegetables, all from local growers and sellers offering herbs, spices, nuts and sweets.
The San Pedro Market on Thursday is a much larger market, with more stalls than there is in Marbella. It offers great choices. Other markets are the Las Chapas market on Friday, the Puerto Banús market on Saturday which are a little different. They include designer stalls offering clothing and jewelry.
The Artisan market in Marbella’s Puerto Deportivo is a wonderful way to enjoy your Sunday, looking at all the interesting local artisan pictures, jewelry, art and much more.
Every Monday – Calle Platino / Av. las Albarizas (Bus Linea 2) (Please note there is building here at the moment so the market it further up the street)
San Pedro de Alcántara Market
Every Thursday 08.00 – 15.00 – The fairground (Bus Linea 5)
Parking at the bottom of Calle Jorge Guillen (near to Burger King)
Puerto Banús Market
Every Saturday – From the bullring to the port (Bus Linea 4)
Las Chapas Market
Every Friday – Behind the Town Hall office.
Puerto Deportivo (Marina), Marbella
Winter Times: Sundays 11 to dusk (from 14 Sep)
Summer Times: Saturday & Sunday 20.00 – 1.00 (from 28 June – 1 Sep)
Marbella Sunday Market
Fresh produce, gourmet dishes, local handicrafts. Every Sunday 9.30 – 14.30
The Farmacy, Centro Comercial El Capricho (just past the copper tower and El Corte Ingles H & C)