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Shopping in MarbellaMarbella is the shopping paradise in the Malaga Province. Since Marbella attracts many wealthy people there are naturally many luxury shops where you can shop expensive designer clothes and the latest in fashion and design. But shopping in Marbella is not just for the rich and wealthy. There are also small independent shops that import designer clothing to suit every budget. Most stores and global fashion brands can be found on the main street in central Marbella, Avenida Ricardo Soriano, while in the alleys between the main street and the harbor you will find the smaller shops and independent stores.
Women's fashion in MarbellaFia i Backen
Plaza Baltasar Gracián 1, Nueva Andalucia
Tel: (+34) 952 81 65 12
Since 1980 Baldino has made Swedish-designed women's clothing with an international cut to style and fashion conscious women. The clothes are comfortable to walk with, easy to combine with other clothes and complement the rest of your wardrobe. Baldinos collections are made in cotton, linen and viscose and are available in sizes 36-46. Fia in Backen is Baldino's only retailer in Spain.
With Holebrooks women's collection your wardrobe is complemented with knitted garments. They have taken inspiration from the Scandinavian coast line and the clothes are made in the traditional and well accomplished Swedish quality. The sweaters and jackets are knitted in 100% organic cotton in a timeless design.
Shopping in Puerto Banús, MarbellaIf you have money to spend then Puerto Banús, a port outside Marbella , is definitely the place to be. The big fashion houses dominate here - Dior, Louis Vuitton and Dolce & Gabbana in a tremendous mix. Unless you are prepared to spend large sums on shopping in Marbella, there is no reason to be sad. There is also El Corte Inglés, with a little extra touch of luxury, and Marina Banús - a small shopping center with the usual clothing stores such as Zara and Massimo Dutti.
Shopping malls in MarbellaBesides shopping centers in Puerto Banús there is also La Cañada, a shopping mall which in recent years has been expanded to become one of the largest on the Costa del Sol. It is directly adjacent to the highway between Marbella and Puerto Banús, and here you find, beyond the usual shops, some that are exclusive to La Cañada such as the Apple Store. Besides the shops there are here also a bowling alley, several restaurants and cafes, and directly adjacent to the mall are also several major brands such as Leroy Merlin and Intersport. There is a shuttle bus that runs between Marbella center and La Cañada.
Shopping on the Paseo in MarbellaWhile talking about shopping in Marbella we must not forget that there are als also a lot of shops along the paseo. The beauty of the Paseo Maritimo, the beach promenade, in Marbella is that there are no cars there. On the beach promenade you can take a leisurely stroll and look at life. Although the paseo is dominated by restaurants and cafes, there are also shops where you can shop while walking along the beach.
Shopping on the market in MarbellaFor a complete shopping experience in Marbella you should also visit the market. The market in Marbella takes place every Monday near the fair ground in the Las Albarizas area. At the market you can shop everything between heaven and earth from clothing, jewelry, shoes and toys to fruits, vegetables, olives and so on. You might also try to haggling. In summer there is also a small market area in the center of Puerto Banús every day.
We will soon be publishing an exciting article about our reporter Mary shopping in Marbella. Please visit megafon.net again soon to see what she found.
Marbella is the center of jet set life on the Costa del Sol. In marbella you will find celebrities, saudi princes and regular tourists side by side and the landscape is dominated by marvellous mansions and well managed golf courses. But apart from the exclusive extravagant life Marbella has succeeded in keeping its andalucian charme. Small towns, sea and history also attracts those in search of a holiday resort where they can relax and chill. Marbella is easily reached by bus or by car and lies a 45 minute drive from the airport of Malaga.
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