Puerto Banus is paradise for shopaholics. Whether it´s cheap and cheerful or the ridiculously expensive you are after, don´t worry there is something for everyone.
For anyone that hasn´t been to Puerto Banus before, it´s not very big. You can walk from one end to the other in about 10/15 minutes. There are different areas to shop depending on your budget and we will tell you where they all are, when the sales start and give some valuable tips which could help you save a fortune!
If you still have any questions after reading this page, you can come and chat with us on our Facebook Page.
The Summer Sales start July 1st and go on until 31st August. The Winter Sales start the day after 3 Kings Day (The Spanish Day for giving presents), 7th January until the end of February. We personally find the Winter Sales are better than the Summer ones with far bigger discounts. It´s worth following El Corte Ingles on Facebook as they often have anything from 10% to 30% off special offers during the year and before the sales start. Most of the high street shops and El Corte Ingles offer a 1 month refund policy and are pretty good.
Open from 10am to 10pm Monday to Saturdays. A brilliant Department Store that sells absolutely everything you could possibly need. On the ground floor is Hypercor, a huge supermarket that sells everything from food to clothes, pet food to washing machines. The other floors are filled well known brands of clothing and shoes, accessories, furniture, toys, electronics and so much more. You can find more information about opening hours and on the following page for El Corte Ingles Puerto Banus.
Open from 10am to 10pm Monday to Saturdays. Situated right opposite El Corte Ingles, a nice small shopping centre with parking directly underneath. Ground Floor you will find Zara Women, Zara Men, Zara Kids, Massimo Dutti, Pull & Bear, Claires Accessories & Calzedonia. On the Basement Floor you will find H&M, Bershka, Womens Secret, Oysho, and a few other fashion shops. There are also toilets, places to sit and relax, kids play area and Terrasana Restaurant. Lift for wheelchairs and toilets. More information on Marina Banus Shopping Centre
Shops on the Frontline Puerto Banus normally open around 11am / midday until 10pm-11pm Monday to Sunday. Designer shop after designer shop, Dolce & Gabbana, Loewe, Gucci, Ermenegildo Zegna, Philipp Plein, Bulgari, Tods, Missoni, Jimmy Choo just to name a few. There are also some high street brands like Superdry, Guess, Pepe Jeans and also Sunglasses Hut and KIKO Makeup. Some of the shops don´t give refunds, only exchanges so be sure of what you are buying.
Opening hours may vary but most open between 10am/11am until 9pm/10pm. In front of El Corte Ingles is American Vintage, 338a which sell fabulous shoes, Karen Millen, Stradivarius. Further along is Uterque and Steve Madden, then all around the outside of Marina Banus and around the main square in the Centre of Puerto Banus you will find more shops. There is also a Zara Home just pass the PYR Hotel. Its hard to keep up with all the shops as they open and close all the time, so if you have any specific questions you can ask us on our Facebook Page.
Saturday Mornings, early till about 2pm. The Puerto Banus Market is every Saturday and you will find it just up the road near the Bullring/La Sala Area. All the usual Market stuff, fake designer bags, clothes and shoes, lots of jewellery and the latest crazes for kids. Do watch your bags as it gets very busy. More information on Costa Del Sol Markets
Open June, July, August till late in the evening. During the summer months, the centre of Puerto Banus, Plaza de Antonio Banderas is covered with tents selling all different types of products. Clothes, shoes, jewellery, bags, herbs and spices, food and drink, furniture and home decorative items. There are also street artists, shows and fun area for kids. Please keep your eyes on the kids at all times, it can get very busy.