Shopping in Malaga - Discover the Four Best Shopping Centres in Malaga
If you fancy a bit of shopping on your weekend in Malaga
, these Commercial Shopping Centre
s represent your best plan for a Saturday.
All of the shops at a Shopping Centre can be found inside the same building, so there’s no need to traipse from one side of the city to the other to find what you’re looking for and enjoy the best recreational fun in Malaga. They have everything you need! Large car parks, cinemas, restaurants and all the brands you could possibly imagine.
Large Shopping Centres in Malaga City
Málaga Nostrum Shopping Centre
This shopping centre in Malaga includes a main area where you will find its cinemas and restaurants, as well as other areas with shops that include El Corte Inglés Outlet, Tienda Animal and Sprinter.
If you’re not sure about what to do in Malaga, this is a safe bet because it is the largest Shopping Centre in the regional capital. Furthermore, you’ll have no problem parking your car in one of the 3,000 free parking spaces provided for customers.
Bahía Azul Shopping Centre
The Bahía Azul Retail Park
is one of the most popular among local residents because this is where Ikea is based
. You will also find Worten, Maison Du Monde, Jysk and Conforama here.
A free shuttle train began operating a few months ago between this shopping centre and Plaza Mayor. So, even if you don’t have your own transport, there is no excuse not to enjoy the best recreation options in Malaga.
Muelle Uno Retail Park
This shopping centre in Malaga comprises all the shops located in the Muelle Uno area
of the port, including both large brands such as Deichmann and smaller shops selling luxury items. Furthermore, you’ll find a wide variety of restaurants and terraces
for a bite to eat here.
La Plaza Mayor Shopping Centre
This outdoor shopping centre has been designed to evoke pure Andalusian style
and is based on the streets, squares and fountains of a small Andalusian town. It is home to major fashion brands, a wide range of restaurants, cinemas, a bowling alley and supermarkets.
We hope you liked this article on the shopping centres in Malaga. If you would like more ideas on what to do in the city, make sure to check out the other interesting articles in our free Guide to Malaga.