Shopping Malaga Airport
Malaga Airport Shopping
Malaga Airport Shopping believe it or not is fantastic compared to what it was like when we first started this guide back in 2003. There´s now GAP, Victoria Secrets, Superdry, Adolfo Dominguez and many other high street names which have really brought the airport alive.
Personally we don´t find the shopping much cheaper and believe you can find better deals in some of the shops on the Coast like El Corte Ingles for perfumes, aftershaves and makeup etc especially if you are eligible for 10% discount with your passport. Ask them for details.
Unlike some of the big airports in the UK, most of the shops are Passenger Zone only. The only shops that are available to the public in the Departures Lounge are Travel Mate, Superskunk, Sunglasses Hut and Relay Newsagents.
If you are looking for places to eat and drink here´s our Guide to Bars & Restaurants at Malaga Airport. In the public departures lounge, there´s Starbucks and numerous other cafes where you can sit and take a drink before saying your goodbyes.
Shopping in Malaga Airport Tips
- Keep your boarding pass handy, they still ask for it in all the shops
- It´s easy to lose track of time, keep an eye on your boarding times
- If you need to charge your phones there are plugs at Dani Garcia
- If you require medical items there´s a pharmacy in Terminal 3 Departures Public Zone and then Parafarmacia Vending machines beyond security
- Once you go through Passports there are limited shops. If you have an early flight these may not be open
Duty Free Shops
There are 7 Duty-Free Shops within Malaga Airport and they are mainly passenger zone in T3. There is also a small Duty-Free shop as you collect your baggage just before Arrivals Terminal 3. All sell liquor, cigarettes, cigars, perfumes, makeup and souvenirs. If you need to ask a specific question you can give the Duty-Free Shops a call on 00 34 912 742 542 or their website is www.worlddutyfreegroup.com
The duty shops vary their opening times, whilst the main Duty Free shop is open from 5.30am to 12.30am, others are open from 7am until 10pm. Time vary depending on days and holidays. All the other shops vary in time from 6am until 11pm. If there is a specific shop you want to know if it is open, come and chat with us on our Facebook Page.
Whilst we do our best to keep this guide up to date sometimes shops, time and telephone numbers change so you can double-check Malaga Airport Shopping here.
|Express Shops||Open 7.30am to 11pm. Numerous Duty Free Shops in Terminal 2 & 3|
|World Duty Free Group arrivals shop||Open 7.30am to 12.30am. A small shop as you collect your baggage in Terminal 3 Arrivals|
|The Shop||Open 4.30am to 12.30am / 1.30am depending on days.This is the main shop as you pass security.|
|Adolfo Dominguez||Open 7.30am to 10pm. Men and women´s clothing.|
|Pitstop||Brands Ferrari, Ducati and Lamborghini, fashion and accessories|
|GAP||Open 7am to 10pm. Men, Women, Kids & Babies.|
|LOL Kids||Open 7.30am to 11pm. Toys and children’s clothing.|
|YourFashionStore||Open 8am to 10.15pm.|
|Parfois||Open 7.30am to 10pm. Accessories, hats, jewellery, bags.|
|Sunglass Hut||Open 7am to 9pm|
|Superdry||Open 7am to 10pm. Men & Womens Clothing|
|The Fashion Gallery||Open 8am to 10.15pm|
|Travel Mate||Open 7am to 9pm. Terminal 3 Public Zone|
|Desigual||Open 8am to 10pm|
|Victoria’s Secret||Open 5.30am to 10.30pm (times can change)|
|Relay Newsagents||Open 7am to 10pm. Newsagents, papers, magazines, sweets etc.|
Gifts, Home, Electronics
|Super Skunk||Situated in both Public & Passenger Zones. Gifts, Homeware, Bits & Bobs.|
|Crystal Media Shop||Open 8am to 10pm / 11pm depending on days. Electronics, music, games, photographic, computer equipment.|
|Raquel Troyano Jewels||Open 9am to 9pm/11pm depending on days. This is situated in the VIP Lounge.|
|Swarovski||Open 7.30am to 10pm. Beautiful Jewellery, Pens and accessories.|
|LOL Sweets||Open 7.30am to 11pm. Kids heaven!!!|
|Petro Mora||Open 8am to 9.30pm. Lovely produce including Hams, Cheeses, Olive Oils.|
Duty Free Shopping
If you are travelling within EU countries you do not have to pay tax or duty if the following applies. Whilst there are no limits, there is a certain level which should you go over, you may be questioned about.
- transport them yourself
- will use them yourself or give them away as a gift
- have paid duty and tax in the country where you bought them
If you are Travelling from Outside the EU, you can bring a certain amount of goods for your own use without paying duty or tax but the following must also apply.
- transport them yourself
- use them yourself or give them away as a gift
We have provided details on your duty free allowances In Spain.