Although it is best to buy in Marbella, you can go through the streets to the center and enjoy the atmosphere as well as the climate. Another option for a day of shopping is to go to La Cañada shopping center, where a problem of the city is eliminated...The car park is free as the shopping center has ample space. inside the shopping center there are shops of almost every fashion brand, restaurants, tapas bars, a big chain supermarket, bowling alley, cinema, gym, DIY shops, animal shops and terraces with bars where you can have a soft drink while you enjoy the sun...The ever present sun in Marbella.
To begin, I have to say that I have never felt so persecuted by security guards in my life, and just because I was trying to take a picture. The arguments that I got from the different characters that kept me from taking the picture was the issue of the safety of the installations. Safety of what? It turns out that if you get on the internet and go to Google, you can see, with maximum precision, anywhere in the world except the underground. What are they? My conscience, which is the that of other amateur photographers, prevents me from publishing any pictures which may offend people or trademarks, however I will try to get any composition in my power, whether good or bad photographically, and this is what I got from this place.
Times have been hard since this Galeria Comercial opened in Malaga in the 1970's, and since then, both the street and the mall have been changing with the passage of time. La Galeria Goya is in an old building on Calle Uncibay and was the pioneer of this trade in Málaga. After commercial success in the early 1980's, with the rise in crime, its design was conducive to theft, and was practically abandoned after many of the stores closed. After several decades, it's been practically abandoned. Several merchants have returned to try to renovate it, opening alternative clothing, vintage, beads and costume stores, giving it a very original feeling. There has also been the Malaga City Council initiative, which supports the opening of new stores (within the business incubator initiative) whose projects, mostly creative, have been selected by the Municipal Institute of Training and Employment and gives them free commercial space for the first year.
Centro Comercial Rincón de la Victoria is situated between the Autovía del Mediterranean and the M-24 to the height of the town that bears its name. It has a large car park just below, so parking isn't usually a problem, however, if you don't want to drive there are also buses that leave you pretty close. Upon entering the first thing you notice is the air conditioning, perhaps too strong, but appreciated in the middle of summer. The ground floor has stores like Zara, Sfera, Stradivarius, Sprinfield, Mayoral, Decimas, Pull and Bear, Casa, Miró and many more - there is also a post office. On the same floor is Carrefour and the exterior has a McDonald's with McAuto. At the top is the Multiplex Helm (a bit pricey), fast food restaurants and food of different nationalities.