This very characteristic Málaga street is 104 years old. You can still see vestiges of its Arabic past in the layout. It soon became the city's most important street.It has always been home to elegant cafés, bazaars, galleries, hotels and the chambers of renowned lawyers and notaries. Today it is a commercial area that still retains establishments and cafés that are almost a century old.The street is decorated for special occasions like the August Festival, Christmas and Carnival.
This market is popularly known as the Mercado del Molinillo after the district it's located in and it supplies individuals and businesses throughout the center and north of the city. It's pretty to look at and it's full of character inside. You'll find a huge variety of fresh produce here, ranging from medicinal herbs and spices to the finest fresh fish. The market has become part of the fabric of the neighborhood and it's well worth visiting.
This market was built on the site of the old Moslem "Atarazanas", or boatyard. The only thing left from the original building is the main gate, dating back to the 14th century, formed by a pointed Moorish arch, which unfortunately had to suffer some modifications when the market was built in the 19th century. The architect of the building, Joaquín Rucoba, thought out an interesting iron structure, which he combined with Moslem elements. It was this same architect who recreated the elevation of the original door, to which he added aisles with windows in the shape of Moorish arches. There are lots of good fish and seafood stands, as well as excellent vegetables.
Groundbreaking, avant-garde, the Spanish response to Hugo Boss: Adolfo Domínguez's reputation could not be better. The lifestyle collections of the fashionable old hand include men's, women's, children's and even dog fashion. Anybody who likes it urban, casual and elegant can get high-quality designer fashion at affordable prices here.
Whether you are looking for the perfect pair of heels to go with your evening gown or are simply looking to pick up some trendy new boots, Antonio Parriego is a great place to shop at. The shoe store offers a wide variety of shoes and handbags for women. Shoes for both casual and formal occasions can be found here. Styles range from wedges and high heels to classy ballet flats and oxfords.
Ultramarinos Zoilo is a renowned supermarket, that has been running for more than 50 years, with products ranging all the way from meats, coffee, noodles and other perishable goods; this store has garnered a lot of attention from those who like to indulge a good food and great drinks. So if you are looking for a place to solve all your grocery issues, head to Ultramarinos Zoilo, as it is one of the best in town for traditional gourmet food.
If you are looking to buy some high end, fashionable everyday wear or find the perfect pair of shoes, Bershka is a great place to come to. The store has clothes for both men and women including, shirts, t-shirts, dresses, tops, jeans, trendy jackets and sweatshirts. Their wide collection of shoes includes everything from trainers and flat sandals to ankle boots and heels. They also have a few clothes which are suitable as party wear.
Purificación García's boutique is an ideal place to be, if you are looking for ready made apparels for yourself. Apart from creating tasteful clothes, this Galician designer pays great attention to carefully-chosen fabrics and to the finish of her designs. Her main objective is to design clothes that can be worn at any time of the day and year. The result is cosmopolitan and comfortable clothes that highlight each person's beauty. She is one of the great Spanish fashion designers that guarantee both quality and tasteful clothes.
Since its inception in 2003, this store is owned and operated by sisters Camilla and Abi Cherry. Pebbles and Chance offers chic jewelry designs, available for all occasions. Beautiful gem stones, rings, bracelets, earrings, amulets, buttons and pendants are on offer here. The jewelry is inspired by the tribal arts and that clearly reflects in their intricate designs.
Scarlett Johansson and Penélope Cruz are just two of the famous faces the Spanish fashion label can present. Again and again celebrities have a hand in advertising the trendy but affordable clothing and inspiring fashion-conscious women and men. Having their head office in Catalonia and stores in more than 100 countries, the company is one of Spain's biggest export successes.
Antonio Mateos has a large selection of old editions awaits collectors and bibliophiles, who, if they are lucky, may stumble on a real treasure. There is something here suited to every pocket. The owner offers all types of deleted editions of novels of various eras, curiosity editions, and new and second-hand volumes in perfect condition. The ambience is bohemian and it is well worth a visit.