If you want to visit the street markets in marbella, then here is a guide to the most popular ones. Most of the street markets are open between 9-2pm. If you're visiting during the summer months, I recommend to go early, not only for the parking, but also for the heat that will hit you later otherwise. My favourite ones are the San Pedro Market on Thursdays and the Fuengirola Flea Market on Saturdays. Happy Shopping!
Marbella - Las Albarizas, Calle Platino, Marbella
A typical street market in Marbella centre with over 350 stalls with sellers who offers everything from shoes and clothes, to plants and flowers, fruit and vegetables. Parking nearby is very difficult so I recommend to park a little further out or go really early.
Fuengirola - Recinto Ferial
A great second hand-vintage market. Don’t expect a lot of fruit and veggies here. But you can get some great bargains from this Fuengirola street market - from new and second-hand clothes, furniture, antiques, to leather goods and souvenirs. And if you miss it, don’t worry it’s on again on Saturday mornings!
Estepona –Avda Juan Carlos (feria ground and stadium)
Located next to the fair ground this is quite a big market in this side of Marbella.
La Cala - Feria ground
Located in the fairground just off the A7 coastal road in La Cala de Mijas.
Benalmadena Costa - Recinto Ferial
Situated at the fairground behind Paloma Park, this is more of a car boot sale than a traditional flea market.
San Pedro de Alcántara- Calle Jorge Guillén
San Pedro de Alcántara Street market is located in the 'Recinto Ferial' (fairground) near PB Gas Station and Burger King. Parking should be fairly easy if you go early and this is actually my favourite market to visit. I have bought dresses, hats, sunglasses and mainly I go here for the veggies and fruit!
Torremolinos - Recinto Ferial
Situated next to the Water Park, a short drive away from Sunset Beach Club.
Benalmadena - Arroyo de la Miel
Mijas Costa - Urb Calypso
Puerto Banus/Nueva Andalucía - Bullring - Calle Belmonte
Located near the bullring in Nueva Andalusia, it starts from La Sala Banus restaurant up to Centro Plaza Commercial Centre, just a few minutes away from Puerto Banus. You can purchase souvenirs, fruits and vegetables, clothes, spices, jewellery, vintage items and much more. Tip: The prices can be a tiny bit more expensive than in other street markets, so if you want to save money, why not visit the San Pedro or Marbella Street Markets. Parking is easiest near the Casino & H10 Andalucia Plaza Hotel.
Fuengirola - Recinto Ferial
This is the same market that takes place on Tuesdays. More of a flea market compared to the Saturday Market in Puerto Banus
Sotogrande - Puerto Deportivo
Fuengirola - Puerto Deportivo
Smaller market held near the Pyramides Hotel from 10am.