Fuengirola has many shopping opportunities with indoor markets, street markets, large shopping centers and boutique shops catering for every possible need. Like many Andalucian towns, there are local bakeries, fruit shops, butchers and fish mongers scattered around the town, fresh produce being the main characteristic of the local diet.
Additional to the many Spanish living in the town, there is a diversity of nationalities represented, giving Fuengirola some diverse shops including Moroccan clothes and handicraft shops, Indian spice stores, Scandinavian furniture, South American arts shops and many other small unique shops, bars and restaurants found by wandering the streets of the town.
Tuesday Street market: Held in the main feria ground (Avenida Jesus Santos Rein), this is a popular market with locals and tourists. The market is very diverse, you can find clothes, food, souvenirs, and much more.
Saturday Flea Market (Rastro): Also held in the main feria ground (Avenida Jesus Santos Rein) every Saturday is a very large second hand flea market. In this market, you can find almost anything, from antiques, second hand clothes to old washing machines. The market is the most popular in Fuengirola.
Sunday street market: Situated in front of the large Mosque, the Sundays (Avenida Santa Amalia), this is a nice small relaxed market. You can buy handicrafts, souvenirs, clothes at this market. There are plenty of local bars nearby to relax.
Mercacentro: Situated on Avda. Alcalde D. Clemente Díaz Ruiz, Nº 2, this indoor market is mainly based on the first floor. Ground floor has a few shops but the upstair area is a food market selling vegetables, meat, fish and spices.
El Boquetillo market: Located in Avda. de Mijas, this is a fresh food market with meat, fish, fruit and vegetables.
Fashion, Clothes & Accessories
Alkimia: Avda. de Mijas, 16. Telephone: 951 26 07 98. Clothes & accessories fashion shop.
Bijou Brigitte: C/ España, 6. Telephone: 952 66 79 67. Boutique accessories and jewelry shop.
Diva Fashion: Av Los Boliches 35. Telephone: 610 86 28 39. Women clothes and accessories shop.
Sparkle (Swarovski-Swatch): Centro Comercial Miramar, local B-14 (Av. de la Encarnación S/N). Telephone: 952 58 67 67.
Swarovski: Plaza de la Constitución, 8. Telephone: 952 47 27 44.
Tess: Plaza de la Constitución, 15. Telephone: 952 46 86 17. Boutique fashion clothing (men/women)
Antojos: C/Nuñez de Balboa, esq. C/ San Vicente. Telephone: 952 46 27 84. Furniture and decoration shop.
Carnicería Alfonso: Avda. de Mijas, 28, Mercado El Boquetillo, Puestos 22, 24. Telephone: 952 58 39 53. Butchers.
La Maison Belge: Avenida de los Boliches, 45. Telephone: 951 23 67 62. Specialist beer shop dealing with Belgian beers.
El Rincón del Jamón: Avenida Jesús Santos Rein, Edificio Mercancentro, Planta Alta, Puesto 32-33. Telephone: 952 47 79 30. Specialist Spanish ham shop.
Joyeria Nicholson: C/ Marbella, s/n, Edificio Neptuno. Telephone: 952 47 58 82. Jewelers.
Nutripro Store Fuengirola: Avda. de Mijas, 1, 20 Bajo. Telephone: 952 47 20 91. Nutrition and vitamins for bodybuilding.
Óptica Laza: Av. Condes San Isidro, 35. Telephone: 951 26 11 20. Opticians
Vicente López Ópticos: Address: Avda. Ramón y Cajal, 23. Telephone: 952 47 49 07. Opticians
Calzados Rayo: C/ Maestra Concepción Guidet, 8. Telephone: 952 46 20 94. Shoe shop.
Galerías Madrid: c/ Hermanos Pinzón, 2. Telephone: 952 46 06 10. Fabric shop.
Miramar Shopping Center
Parque Miramar Shopping Centre was opened in 2004 and is one of the largest shopping centers on the Costa del Sol. The location makes it perfect access for many areas on the coast as well as being close to the beach. It is located on the other side of the main motorway that runs around Fuengirola, making its address in Mijas Costa. Regular buses run from the town center to Miramar, the journey takes 5 mins, or its a 25 min walk. There are large car parks under the center and outside, parking is free and there is enough space for 2,700 cars.
Miramar also has a 12 screen cinema (Cinesur) which shows original language movies, usually the biggest movies out can be seen in English. There are many food outlets upstairs close to the cinema. Shopping focuses mainly on clothes but there are also furniture shops, opticians, hairdressers, cosmetics, and much more. Here is a complete list of all the stores in Parque Miramar:
- Adolfo Dominguez
- C&A Kids
- Pull & Bear
- Punto Roma
- Springfield Woman
- Women’ Secret
- Anjo & Luana
- Gerry Weber
- Massimo Dutti
- Pepe Jeans
- Tuc tuc
- Paco Martínez
- 100% Lavado a mano
Furniture & Decoration
- A loja do gato preto
- Bailly Bijoux
- Pretty Home
- Base – Dep. Sta Gema
- Blue Spirit
- De Remy Joyeros
- Centros Único
- Fernando Peluquerías
- Fitness Nutrition
- Spejo’s Peluqueros
- Todo Uñas
Shoes & Shoe Repairs
- Mister Minit
- Shoes Piel
- The Phone House
- My Phone
- Pet Shop
- Pick a Card (Card Shop)
- Poly (Toys)
- Roberto Martín (Sunglasses)
- Romero Torres (Specialist Spanish ham shop)
- Loterías (Lottery)
- Soloptical (Opticians)
- Superskunk (Retro/Gadgets)
- Tool Quick (Tool & Machine Hire)
- Western Union – Rambo Telecom
- Worten (Electronics)
- Zumos (Fresh Juices)
- Karting Experience
- Myrafarma (Pharmacy)
- Norauto (Mechanic)
- Fotoprix (Photo equipment & development/printing)
- Funky Fish (Gift Store)
- Game (Computer Games)
- Cinesur (Cinema)
- Comerco (Catering Products)
- Correos (Post Office)
- AKÍ (DIY, gardening and decoration products)
- Bookworld (Book Shop)
- Boutique del Fumador (Tobacco Shop)
- Banco Sabadell S.A. (Bank)
- Los Artistas
Perfume & Cosmetics
- Perfumería IF
- Yves Rocher