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The markets on the Costa del Sol are the best option to buy unique items at unbeatable prices in a chic and bohemian environment. It is an alternative formula for shopping without sacrificing quality. Fashion garments, artwork or handicraft pieces are some of the products you can try while you are out in the open.

Getting lost in the stalls of vegetables, flowers, clothes or antiques listening to the traders proclaim their offers, is quite an experience.

In a flea market everything looks different. The bustle of the people, the diversity of products and the picturesque atmosphere of each of the stands, make it a different and...

The markets on the Costa del Sol are the best option to buy unique items at unbeatable prices in a chic and bohemian environment. It is an alternative formula for shopping without sacrificing quality. Fashion garments, artwork or handicraft pieces are some of the products you can try while you are out in the open.

Getting lost in the stalls of vegetables, flowers, clothes or antiques listening to the traders proclaim their offers, is quite an experience.

In a flea market everything looks different. The bustle of the people, the diversity of products and the picturesque atmosphere of each of the stands, make it a different and fun way to go shopping, accompanied by the good climate that has Malaga.

Glamorous

Although you do not need excuses to visit Puerto Banus, the Saturday market would be a good argument. Frequented by famous faces, the 'baratillo' of Marbella brings together from decorations and antiques to clothes of all styles.

Also in Marbella, but only twice a year (in spring and Christmas) is the traditional market of La Virginia. If you have occasion, immerse yourself in its atmosphere, among the smell of homemade food, music and the most diverse products put up for sale.

Flea Markets

The Souk of Muelle Uno is the ideal option to alternate shopping with gastronomy in the Port of Malaga. Every second Sunday of the month, its shops offer fashion, accessories and original articles in this privileged enclave facing the Mediterranean.

At the Baños del Carmen flea market, on the first Sunday of the month, you will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the proposals of new creators and purchase organic products, such as the delicious organic bread. After the walk, have a snack in the bar of the Spa, a unique place in Malaga, where you can enjoy by the sea, one of the best sunsets in the city.

Special Markets

Fuengirola welcomes every Tuesday and Saturday two of the most complete markets. But if you are looking for something quirky, go for the second hand Sunday trail. Like that of Málaga, there is something sold there: old vinyl records, old instruments, collectibles ...

Between Wednesday and Saturday they install their markets Benalmádena, Torremolinos and Cala de Mijas, known for their good prices. Another alternative is to visit on Sunday the trail of the racecourse Costa del Sol, specialized in second-hand objects.

In Nerja, the bustling 'baratillo' on Tuesdays is an institution. Locals and foreigners mingle among the crowd in search of the best deals. A print that is repeated in different markets of the province of Malaga, turned into a claim.
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