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Malaga, Spain Shops | What to Buy

Recommended Purchases: During ancient times the Iberian Peninsula was the source of silver and other metals, so the crafts of metal work have an ancient tradition including copper, brass, bronze and silver. Andalusia is well-known for its leather goods, but the prices have risen in recent years. The area is well-known for its olive oil, so soaps and other olive oil products are popular to take home. Among the local crafts, hand-painted fans attract a lot of tourist attention. To see a great old market and the local, go to the western edge of the old town to Ataranzas Market, housed in a beautiful Moorish building. For high fashion shopping the most famous location is Marques de Larios, a pedestrian only shopping street. Just to the west of the old city across the river is a large local flea market.

This page is still under construction. We are working with local experts to select the finest businesses to recommend.

Cruise lines that visit Malaga: Star Clippers, Windstar, Azamara Club Cruises, Crystal, Oceania, Seabourn, SeaDream Yacht Club, Silversea, Celebrity, Cunard, Holland America, Princess, Costa, Disney Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian, Royal Caribbean

Key Attractions: Gibralfaro Castle, Alcazaba Fortress, Malaga Cathedral, Picasso's Museum, Bullring, Roman Amphitheater, Atarazanas Market, Mijas, Chapel of the Virgin de la Pena, Marbella, Encarnacion Church, Puerto Banus Marina, Nerja, Balcon de Europa, Nerja Caves, Alhambra (Red Palace), Generalife Palace and Gardens, Charles V Palace, Fountain of the Lions, Grenada Cathedral, Royal Chapel, Charterhouse, Albayzin, Sacremonte, Costa del Sol beaches, Playa de la Malagueta, Playa Huell�n, Playa Las Acacias, Playa Benajarafe

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Photo of Malaga's famous shopping street, Marques de Larios by Gruban