Costa del Sol Markets

There are markets along the Costa del Sol every day except Sundays and these usually operate from about 9/10am until about 2pm. They tend to be manned by the same stall holders who set up their stalls somewhere different every day and then pack them away about 2pm only to start all over again the next morning.

You will find a wide range of goods on sale such as clothes, shoes, towels and blankets, ceramic pots and dishes to mention just a few. The prices tend to be fixed but if you think they are too high you may managed to barter with a few of the sellers – they may claim not to speak English but most of them have some knowledge of the language.

Below we have created a complete list of markets on the Costa del Sol by day. There are also flea markets on some days which sell some old Spanish items which you may find interesting.

Costa del Sol Markets


Marbella – the Recinto Ferial de Arroyo Primero
Malaga – Campaniallas in the Barriada de la Luz


Nerja –  the El Chaparril area on Calle Antonio Ferrandis
Malaga – Churriana in Puerto de la Torre
Fuengirola – the Recinto Ferial


Estepona – Avenida Juan Carlos I next to the Recinto Ferial
Malaga – the Huelin y the de la Paz districts Mijas Costain La Cala


Torremolinos – the Recinto Ferial
San Pedro de la Alcantara  -the Recinto Ferial Velez
Malaga  -the Parque Juan Jurado Lorca opposite the Guardia Civil


Arroyo de la Miel – the Tivoli World car park
Benalmadena Pueblo – the Plaza del Alguail


Mijas Costa – La Cala and Las Lagunas

Costa del Sol Flea Markets


Benalmadena Costa – Parque de La Paloma


Marbella – the Plaza de Toros de Nueva Andalucia – the bullring in Nueva Andalucia opposite Puerto Banus
Malaga – the Huelin district and the El Palo district on Calle Argenteo
Fuengirola – the Recinto Ferial


Torremolinos – the Recinto Ferrial
Estepona – the Marina
Fuengirola – the Marina in the afternoon/evening
Malaga – the Martiricos next to the Rosaleda Football Stadium
Nerja – between Urbanizacion Flamingo and Almizara II

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