Are you in Malaga and would you like to visit some of the city’s neighborhoods? Today we tell you about the flea markets and flea markets in Málaga and its province. Surely when you have visited a city you would have liked to know the time and place of one of its markets to know more about that place. ✅✅

That’s why we’re going to tell you the list of markets in Malaga with the exact day and place. Do you know any more markets? Malaga has markets for all tastes; fruit, vegetables, clothes, second-hand objects and, also, at a much lower price than in the shopping malls.

The most famous markets in Malaga

  1. Malaga Flea Market

Held on Sundays, the Real Cortijo de Torres hosts this market on the last day of the week with 300 stalls selling clothes, shoes, flowers, food, etc. It is considered the most important generalist market in the capital. The hours are usually from 8 in the morning to 3 in the afternoon.

  1. The ecological market Malaga of products from the Guadalhorce Valley

This ecological market in Malaga has many followers in the city. It opens its doors on the second Saturday of every month. It is located in Calle Cervantes, near the famous La Malagueta beach, but there are many more in the city. Take a look at the ecological markets in Malaga.

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  1. The Malagueta Market 

I’m sure you’ve heard of him. The Malagueta 4Market is a market held on the promenade of the capital. Here you can find all kinds of articles. It also has a fruit and vegetable section. This market in Malaga is held on the last Sunday of the month.

  1. The Zoco in Muelle Uno

Here you can find articles of all kinds, such as handicrafts, olive oil, food, decoration, etc.

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  1. Market in La Merced

Like the Malagueta market, this one is also held on the fourth Sunday of each month. It is a market of designers, artists, craftsmen, organic food production, etc. A very special market that receives many visitors during its Sunday.

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  1. Market of Huelin

Every Wednesday of the week, this market is held in the Huelin neighborhood where you can find all kinds of articles. The last Saturday of every month you can find in this district of Malaga an ecological market.

  1. Garage Market Málaga

In the heart of the Soho district of Malaga, this market of antiques and alternative art is held. It takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm.

The normal thing is that the markets of Malaga are in the morning, on someday of the week in different zones of the capital.

Below you can see the days and the place where you can find them:

In Malaga on Mondays:

  • Market of Campanillas
  • Market of Martiricos

In Malaga on Wednesdays:

  • The market of the Virgen de Belen
  • Market of Europe
  • Santa Ines Cologne Market

In Malaga on Thursdays:

  • The market of Cruz de Humilladero
  • Garden City Market

In Malaga on Fridays:

  • Miraflores de los Angeles Market
  • The market of the Hearts

In Malaga on Saturdays:

  • Argentea Market
  • El Palo Market
  • Market of Europe

In Malaga on Sundays:

  • Malaga Flea Market

Other markets in the province of Malaga:

Fuengirola

Every Tuesday it is held in the Fuengirola Exhibition Centre, except for holidays. Here you can find stalls of all kinds: flowers, shoes, textiles…

Torre del Mar

Every non-holiday Thursday of the year in the Plaza de la Paz you can find this space with more than 200 stands.

Torremolinos

It is held, next to the local bullring, every Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm at the Fairgrounds.

Marbella

The Zoco del Sol is one of the markets in Marbella. It is a space where you can find handmade products. It is held on Saturdays in the Jose Banus Sports Port.

As you have seen you can find many markets in Malaga and its province. These are the most outstanding ones, but there are some more. Would you like to go sightseeing? Car rental at Malaga airport and start enjoying yourself.

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