Marbella Shopping

Marbella’s Old Town is a warren of picturesque streets containing the unexpected. In one such lane there is a purveyor of the finest, authentic Panama hats, while around the corner you will find a gourmet delicatessen, or a boutique that imports silk clothes handcrafted in Nepal. The mixture of traditional and new here is a haven for hand-made clothing and jewellery, and there are specialist shops offering olive oil, skin products and pottery, all made by local craftsmen. On Avenida Ricardo Soriano, Marbella’s main thoroughfare, you’ll find a selection of well-known brands, as well as those that are exclusive to Marbella. The smaller shops in Marbella usually open between 9.00 and 10.00hrs in the morning and close for siesta around 13.00 to 14.00hrs, re-opening at 17.00hrs and closing at about 20.00hrs. The larger shops typically remain open all day. Most shops close on Sunday, except in the summer season when they are open.

Marbella

Marbella’s Old Town is a warren of picturesque streets containing the unexpected. In one such lane there is a purveyor of the finest, authentic Panama hats, while around the corner you will find a gourmet delicatessen, or a boutique that imports silk clothes handcrafted in Nepal. The mixture of traditional and new here is a haven for hand-made clothing and jewellery, and there are specialist shops offering olive oil, skin products and pottery, all made by local craftsmen. On Avenida Ricardo Soriano, Marbella’s main thoroughfare, you’ll find a selection of well-known brands, as well as those that are exclusive to Marbella. The smaller shops in Marbella usually open between 9.00 and 10.00hrs in the morning and close for siesta around 13.00 to 14.00hrs, re-opening at 17.00hrs and closing at about 20.00hrs. The larger shops typically remain open all day. Most shops close on Sunday, except in the summer season when they are open.

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Puerto Banús

A shopping extravaganza might describe the array of big names lining the prestigious front and second lines of the port. Strolling along here you can admire the yachts while exploring the emporiums of La Perla, Emporio Armani, Burberry, Gucci, Missoni, Roberto Cavalli, Dior, Versace, Tom Ford, Jimmy Choo and Louis Vuitton. The El Corte Inglés department store is one of the Port’s main attractions as it simply has everything under one roof, including major names in clothing, luggage, jewellery and beauty products. It also has a champagne bar and refreshments for when you need a rest. And, if you’re unsure about where to start looking in this department store, do ask at Information about the Personal Shopper service and the tax-free facilities for non-Spanish passport holders.

La Cañada

With over 150 shops, this mall takes you from the high street to designer fashion. Fashion brands include G-Star, Desigual, Uterque, COS, Camper, Pandora and Bimba y Lola. It also has a massive Apple store and FNAC for everything from headphones to computers, and there is a huge selection of restaurants and tapas bars, plus a multiplex cinema. There is also a Personal Shopper service available here, which is perfect for helping visitors navigate the wealth of stores here and reduce the stress involved in finding exactly what you want. There are entertainments for children and as it is air-conditioned, it has an added allure on very hot days.

 


 

La Cañada, Carretera de Ojén, 29600 Marbella

Tel: +34 952 860 142

www.parquecomercial-lacanada.com

Laguna Village

This enclave of boutiques is small and intimate and it is hard to resist its attractive windows when you are at the nearby Puro Beach Club, or dining at one of Laguna Village’s numerous restaurants. Located within a few steps of the beach, making it rather more relaxing than the usual shopping mall, the range of goods here embrace chic. Elle Morgan Boutique stocks Seafolly Australia, Melissa Odabash, Luli Fama Miami and Heidi Klein, while Chilly has an eclectic range of feminine fashions for those who want something less ‘usual`. La Boutique is owned by designers Ani and Ivona Sedlak, who have created clothing that fits well with the Costa del Sol, while Enrico caters for both men and women and offers brands such as Brunella Ana Mora, Stuart Weitzman and Frank Lyman.

 


 

Laguna Village, C.C. Laguna Village, A-7, km.159, 29680 Estepona, Spain

Tel: +34 952 798 172

Email: info@laguna-village.com

www.laguna-village.com

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