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Christmas markets in Malaga: The best Christmas street markets

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Is there anyone who doesn’t love Christmas markets? Crowded Christmas stalls out in the street, Christmas carols sounding in every corner, garlands and Christmas decoration all around. A clear sign of Santa Claus is coming to town!

At out boutique hotel we know how popular these markets are for Christmas shopping, to get the most special Christmas tree or nativity scene decoration and to find all kinds of objects and junks related to Christmas holidays. But make sure you’re with the right person when you pass underneath the mistletoe!

Christmas markets take place every day of the week in different locations. They usually open in the mornings and there are stalls for all tastes. It’s the perfect way to find brand new and vintage clothes, craft and medieval products, antiques and first class organic food. Are you going shopping? Here you have the definitive guide to discover the best Christmas street markets in Malaga and get the most special presents this year!

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From Monday to Friday

– Mondays: Benalmádena, Marbella and Torrox

– Tuesdays: Fuengirola, Antequera, Nerja, Puerto de la Torre and Churriana

– Wednesdays: Benalmádena, Estepona, Málaga, Mijas and Rincón de la Victoria

– Thursdays: Colmenar, Mijas, San Pedro de Alcántara, Vélez Málaga, Torre del Mar and Torremolinos

– Fridays: Arroyo de la Miel, Marbella, Mijas, Manilva and Rincón de la Victoria

On weekends

– Saturdays: Coín, Fuengirola, Málaga, Marbella, Mijas, Puerto Banús, Antequera

– Sundays: Torremolinos, Estepona, Benahavis, Cártama, Marbella, Sabinillas

Organic markets

It’s time to fulfil once and for all with the most traditional purpose of all times: leading a healthy life. What better way to get it than by buying the superb organic markets products? As the saying goes: You are what you eat. So, here you have your must-stops: La Malagueta (second Saturday of the month), Marbella (first or second Saturday), Benalmádena (third Sunday), Huelin (last Saturday), Cártama (first Sunday), Mijas (second Saturday and last Sunday) and Ronda (every Sunday).

And if you are an arty-farty, don’t miss out the Rastro Cultural Nocturno at La Térmica, a buried treasure!

Celebrate Christmas at our boutique hotel

To recharge your batteries after the Christmas markets, come to Hotel Alcazaba Premium and enjoy the sweatiest time of the year indulging yourself at our Batik restaurant, toasting on our chill-out terrace or going on a romantic getaway with your partner in crime and rest on our downtown Malaga comfortable rooms.

But if you really want to leave everyone with their mouths open, take a look at our succulent Christmas menus. A treat for the palate you cannot miss! Santa Claus is our regular client.

If you have any doubt, don’t hesitate to call us or send us an email.

We know you’ve always wanted to have a nice vintage sweater like your friend’s. This is your great opportunity. Get the most original presents and be the Christmas king this year. Enjoy the Christmas street markets and celebrate Christmas at Alcazaba Premium Hotel.

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