We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. Accept | Find out more

x

Norwegian

  • By Norwegian

    Filter by:

Shops in Malaga

Home » Country » Spain » Malaga » Shops
Museo Automovilístico de Málaga

Museo Automovilístico de Málaga

Another one for the boys, this collection of vintage and classic cars dating back to 1898 – Bugattis, Bentleys, Packards and Ferraris – are set in themed areas (“Art Deco”, “Belle Époque”) around this former tobacco... Read More

Viva La Fería

Viva La Fería

Given the sad recent closure of flamenco-focused boutique Flamenka, this more formal outlet is the best in town to stock those frilly skirts, fans and ornate dresses required when festival season comes around. Even if you... Read More

Vialia Mall

Vialia Mall

Built into Malaga’s gleaming new train station, the equally gleaming Vialia Mall features the big names in high-street shopping on its ground floor: Zara, Desigual, H&M and Pull & Bear complement outlets such as Zara Home,... Read More

Ultramarinos Zoilo

Ultramarinos Zoilo

Don’t miss a visit to this classic, family-run delicatessen downtown. Succulent hocks of Serrano ham hang in the spotless interior, imbued with the smells of the finest cuts of meat and hulking pieces of Manchego cheese.... Read More

La Trucha

La Trucha

In business for 40 years, this specialist in sporting goods should be your first port of call for specific, hard-to-find items required for diving, water sports, climbing or camping. Tents, picks, scuba jackets, underwater... Read More

Mercado Central de Atarazanas

Mercado Central de Atarazanas

For the freshest fish and seafood, local cheeses, fruit, vegetables and other quality foodstuffs, arrive early to this landmark market downtown that operates every day but Sunday. The building is a sight in itself, a classic work by... Read More

La Mallorquina

La Mallorquina

As old-school as it gets and right in Malaga’s commercial centre, this corner emporium is the place to come for local foodstuff and drinks, particularly wine and sherry. Look around and you’ll also find cheeses, Iberian hams, cod... Read More

Málaga Plaza

Málaga Plaza

One of the first of Malaga’s malls, architect Ángel Asenjo’s attractive design allowing for more natural light than is usually found in these kind of places, the Málaga Plaza is best known for its large Fnac store (see separate... Read More

Librería Luces

Librería Luces

Malaga’s best-loved bookshop is preferred by locals over the international chains that have also set up in town. Of the literally thousands of titles, you’ll find a few shelves of English-language books and travel guides on... Read More

Fnac

Fnac

Open until 10pm in a city-centre shopping mall, the family-friendly Malaga branch of this French media and entertainment giant attracts custom with its screenings and special literary events. Electronic goods, laptops, cameras and the... Read More

Flea market

Flea market

Every Sunday morning, some 200 traders set up around the football stadium on Avenida Martíricos, a short walk north of the city centre. Although much of the stuff is complete junk, you might just pick up a few vinyl records, old... Read More

En Jabón Arte

En Jabón Arte

More than an everyday soap store, En Jabón Arte has as its USP handmade bars in a dazzling array of colours and fragrances – and all made from olive oil. Artisanal cinnamon, chocolate and pineapple varieties are created... Read More

El Corte Inglés

El Corte Inglés

The main Malaga branch of Spain’s famed chain of department stores stands just inland of the port. It’s huge, filling 11 storeys, with accessories and perfumes on the ground floor, fashion (men’s, children’s, women’s) taking... Read More

Cerería Zalo

Cerería Zalo

Housed at this central location for more than 20 years but in the business of creating and selling candles for more than 200, Zalo can provide a wax figurine for every ecclesiastical occasion. Naturally, these can make for quite... Read More

Calzados Hinojosa

Calzados Hinojosa

“Shoe shop” is almost too prosaic a description for this wonderful local boutique, universally known for its handmade espadrilles. Ask a member of staff and they will find you the right size and colour, and you can walk out of the... Read More

Alfajar

Alfajar

You’re bound to see something you fancy at this quite wonderful ceramics store, which stocks brightly coloured works by local contemporary ceramists – each piece unique, and signed by the artist. They are displayed amid the... Read More


Related articles on Malaga & Spain