Centro Comercial Las Rotondas is a shopping center located within close proximity to both the commercial hubs of the city namely the port and the airport. With over hundred shops in its premises, this center is one place to get all that you need for your weekly sustenance. Besides, there is also the lure of the amazing clothes shops and the eateries to make your trip enjoyable. This center has several facilities that make your trip comfortable and nice. All in all, a nice place to go shopping.
Come here to find the most daring new fashion designs in surfing gear and the best choice in sports footwear. Anyone who's involved in sport on the island knows where it is, and once you get there the staff are very helpful. They also sell everything you could need for camping expeditions and days on the beach which are both popular activities here. Their speciality, however, is fishing gear and they stock the widest range of accessories for big game fishing, underwater fishing and for hunting. The islanders are fanatical hunters.
This large home-furnishing store has become a focal point for people who are decorating or redecorating their property. It is spacious and modern and totally given over to furniture and home appliances. You can comfortably browse through two floors that stock the latest in couches, bedroom suites, beds, chests of drawers, refrigerators, kitchens etc. They have earned a great reputation among consumers for their affordable prices and the easy payment plans they offer.
This is the best place to enjoy a sweet treat in the heart of the capital. They offer a wide selection of breads along with the delicious empanadillas (fried pastries filled with meat or tuna) and many types of sweets and cakes, among them the speciality of the house, dulce de leche. So, if you need a cake to sweeten up a party or a savory to complement the midday meal, this is where to come. The window display is constantly being replenished so you can be sure that your purchases are fresh. Don't leave without buying some mate, a sort of tea that is popular in South American and sold here.
This supermarket has been open for business for a long time in Puerto del Rosario and can count on a loyal following of shoppers. They stock a wide selection of products ranging through fresh fruit, fresh meat, fresh fish, canned goods, cheeses, drinks and household cleaning products. It's an easy place for the lazy or the busy shopper because everything is on one floor and the ample car park is close by. There are always special offers throughout the year but the most notable ones happen around Christmas time. There is another branch in Corralejo on Avda. Juan Carlos I, 59. Tel. +34 92 886 7288.
This traditional craft fair brings together skilled men and women from mainland Spain and the Canary Islands each May to display the fruits of their labor. That includes displays of pottery, leather work, textiles, books and lots more. The fair is also an opportunity for the experienced craftspeople to teach their skills to the younger generation. Entry is free.
Homegrown is your one stop shop. Not only does this sell surf boards, but it also offers all the services and activities that deal with surfing. Located right in the center of the town, this place is an institution. You can rent or buy surf boards. If you are trying your hand at this amazing sport for the first time or want to perfect your technique, simply sign yourself up for their surf camp. Homegrown runs a surf school where you can learn the intricate details of the game.
This is surfing territory and New Territory Fuerteventura is one of the most popular stores for those who love the waves. They've got everything you need for sports and relaxation: from T-shirts to swimwear and hats to backpacks. They also offer a selection of the best international brands in surf fashion, as well as exclusive items from the Fuerte brand, which carries the distinctive island goat logo. Other sports gear _ for fishing, hiking, football and mountain biking _ is sold too.
In the space of a few decades what was a small family business has grown into a large chain of supermarkets that serve the south of the island. The emphasis here is on supplying customers with all types of food and household products. This new branch in Gran Tarajal has carefully constructed, state of the art facilities that make shopping here a pleasure. The prices are competitive and the customer service is excellent. There are two other branches, one in Tarajalejo (Cabrea Martín 2. Tel. +34 928 161 699) and the other in Pájara (Terrero 23. Tel. +34 928 161 739).
Centro Comercial El Campanario is the right place to either hang out with friends or shop. Your really can spend the entire day here, shopping for clothes, shoes, accessories and more. You can even purchase groceries here.