shopping in Marbella

You might be here on a golf holiday but did you know that there’s excellent shopping in Marbella as well? Choose from high-end price tags at luxury stores in Puerto Banús to boutique shopping in Marbella Old Town. Whatever the items on your shopping list you’ll find them. Read on to discover the best places to go shopping in Marbella.

Best luxury shopping in Marbella

If you’re looking for high-end brands, head for Puerto Banús. The marina comes packed with luxury boutiques where you’ll find fashion, accessories and jewelry from the world’s top and most expensive labels.

The best designers from the US, France and Italy all have stores in Puerto Banús – think the likes of Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Versace, Gucci… – packed into two streets next to the marina. A short distance from the luxury yachts is El Corte Inglés. This branch of Spain’s flagship department store specialises in luxury items from fashion to furniture with just about everything in between.

Did you know? Luxury shopping in Marbella ranks the third highest in Spain after just Madrid and Barcelona.

Best boutique shopping in Marbella

If you’re looking for shopping without the crowds and high price tags or just fancy buying something a little different, make for Marbella Old Town. The narrow, cobbled streets flanked by traditional Andalusian townhouses contains a selection of small stores, among them some of the best shops in Marbella.

The tiny shops in Marbella Old Town sell perfect items for gifts – old-fashioned toys, Italian glassware, olive oil, homemade chocolates or a classy souvenir. Some high-end brands have stores here too and there are several exclusive vintage boutiques.

Did you know? The Old Town is one of the main attractions in Marbella. Take some time out from shopping to discover the squares, alleyways and hidden corners of this perfectly preserved quarter. 

Best retail shopping in Marbella

The main street in Marbella houses lots of shops, particularly fashion stores including the best in Spain such as Zara, Mango and Massimo Dutti. If you want a better choice, however, visit La Cañada shopping centre located to the north of the centre.

This is one of the largest shopping malls in southern Spain with a huge choice of retail opportunities. You’ll find large stores such as Leroy Merlin for DIY, Worten for appliances and an Alcampo hypermarket. La Cañada also boasts a long list of fashion stores including high-street favourites such as Zara, Cortefiel and Sfera plus high-end labels (Guess, Adolfo Dominguez, Ugg etc). FNAC (books and electronic appliances) and Apple are also based in the mall.

Did you know? La Cañada opens Monday to Saturday 10am to 10pm and on Sundays at Christmas and during July and August.

Rio Real Golf & Hotel makes the perfect base for a holiday in Marbella. Book your stay and combine golf and shopping! 

 
Marbella picture: copyright José Hidalgo, Patronato de Turismo de la Costa del Sol

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