Marbella – Every Monday morning in the town’s main fairground (near the car dealerships at the entrance to Marbella). You’ll find a bit of everything at this popular market. If you’re driving, parking could be a problem! We recommend trying to part down by the fishing port and walking up to the market.
Fuengirola – The Fuengirola market is held at the Fair Ground in the town centre. Parking is a problem but it’s worth the hassle as this is one of the biggest of the Coast’s markets with loads of great stalls. You can get a bus straight to Fuengirola (nº120) from just outside Sunset Beach Club.
Benalmadena Costa/Arroyo de la Miel – Located at the fairground behind Paloma Park, this one is a favourite amongst our hotel guests as it’s within walking distance. Please be advised that this is more of a car boot sale than a traditional flea market.
La Cala – Located in the fairground just off the A7 coastal road in La Cala de Mijas. You’ll find a bit of everything at this market.
Estepona – Located next to the fairground. Again, this is quite a big market and one of the most popular in the area (western Costa del Sol).
Torremolinos – Located next to the Water Park. Just a short taxi ride from Sunset Beach Club.
San Pedro de Alcántara – Another popular market and well known for its great variety of fresh produce. Parking is a little easier than at some of the other market venues.
Arroyo de la Miel – This market is in the Tivoli World car park area. Guests staying at Sunset Beach Club can jump on the M103 bus just outside the hotel to get to the market quickly and cheaply
Fuengirola – This is actually more like a car boot sale (The one on Tuesday is a proper street market) You’ll find some really interesting and bargain items here
Puerto Banus – Although a bit further down the Coast (45-minute drive) this has to be one of the most popular and visited markets on the Costa del Sol. Lots of great stalls as well as a wide selection of antiques on sale. Parking can be a problem; we recommend you park in one of the car parks in the main port area and then walk up to the market.
There are lots of cafés and bars around the market where you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat.
Torremolinos – Near the Water Park.
Fuengirola – Located near the Mosque and the Sohail Castle. This is more of a flea market with lots of leather goods, souvenirs and gifts.