Tour Guide to Fuengirola Street Market

Most people love to take their family out while on holiday. Some travel to another land to experience new things and see amazing things that they have never seen in their lives. Some even go as far as shopping in another market. One of the fantastic locations that you can visit is the Fuengirola Street Market. If you are wondering what you can buy in this market and things you can do, this article is for you. We have created a tour guide to Fuengirola Street Market to make your trip an enjoyable one.

This street market is one of the best and biggest in Malaga, Spain. Going to the Fuengirola Street Market is easily accessible from Sunset Beach. You can see a transport that will take you straight there. It is usually held at the fairground between Los Boliches and Fuengirola. Opening from8:30 am to 3:00 pm. Every week, so many people, including tourists and locals, visit this street market. If you are looking for a nice location where you can walk around, you may consider going to Fuengirola Street Market. Here are some things that you should know about this market before coming:

  • Recommended cooking items in food trucks

There are up to (15) fifteen recommendations of gastronomic items available in the food trucks at this market. Some of these gastronomic recommendations include treats that you can enjoy with every member of your family. As we have said earlier, you can choose from the 15 different gastronomic items showcased in the food trucks.  One of the major reasons we talk about the food trucks is how they are painted, making them look like vintage trucks.

  • You can purchase vegetables of your choice.

You can get some fresh farm produce at the Fuengirola Street Market in Spain. In the market, there are several veggies and fruit market vendors who sell fresh vegetables and fruits. Whether you live in Malaga or just a visitor, buying some fresh vegetables is something you would not want to miss. One interesting thing is that their vegetables and fruits are affordable. They sell watermelons, lemons, apples, and other fruits.

  • The market starts from as early as 9 am

If you just came to Fuengirola and you are looking for some fun things to do, then you can head to the Recinto Ferial of fair Ground from 9:00 am until 2 p.m. There are spices, vegetables, nice gears, accessories, dresses, fresh fruits, cute clothes, good ceramics, and other items you can purchase. Just make sure that you go early to meet the vendors and buy what you want.

  • Food stalls for the lovers of food

If you are a food lover and are always hungry, then Fuengirola is your go-to location. Last February, Fuengirola marked the launching of its first indoor food market. It takes only a few minutes to reach La Galeria from the seafront of the main town, between Calle de Espana and Calle Miguel de Cervantes. There are up to twelve food stalls in this market, including bars and cafés where you can buy dine-in dishes or takeaway items.

  • Bargain at secret spots


There are some secrets spots at Fuengirola where you can make bargains of vegetables, fruits, and other items, to buy them at very cheap rates. You can also get good gifts, merchandise, clothes, shoes, and many more, all at affordable prices.

  • So many options to select from

If you have included a shopping list, you can go to Fuengirola Street Market as it is now a relaxed and mild place. The markets are usually accessible from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. You can get cheap items from several spots in this market. Sometimes, they make announcements or hang posters to advertise their amazing deals. So, while you are here, you should be watchful.

  • Medieval-themed market

The Medieval-themed market is also a lovely place where you can spend your time in Fuengirola. Everyone has something to do in this market. For example, there are craft stalls, fortune-tellers, even witches, jugglers, workshops, storytellers, activities, and archery. All these help to relive the ancient medieval times. This place is always open from 6:00 pm until 2: am, which means that your evening will not be wasted.

  • Explore historic items

Take a few steps away from Fuengirola Town Hall to explore the old and iconic irons exhibition at the Ciudad Museum. The place opens from 7:00 pm and closes around 11:00 pm. The entry fee is free, and the place is always closed on Mondays. This is an opportunity to see historic old irons, and you can also tell your friends about it.

  • Buy your fresh fruits.


The fruits in Fuengirola street markets are always maintained at a good temperature to help them remain fresh. If you love good fruits, you would want to get some for yourself from this amazing market in Malaga, Spain. As we all know, fruits are good, especially for sick people.

  • Enjoy meat like roasted beef.

After you have had your breakfast, you can still come and enjoy some roasted meat. So, Sunday is a good day to have roasted meat fur lunch in Fuengirola. Apart from the roasted meat, you can still enjoy carrots, cauliflower, fresh green cabbage, and roasted potatoes. A majority of the Fuengirola street markets have several amazing things that you can buy, such as Spanish linen, cheap shoes, jewelry and watches for men and women, cheap clothes, colorful ceramics, fresh fruits, and more. You will definitely enjoy your time in this great location. We hope that this tour guide to Fuengirola will help you have a memorable trip.

Conclusion

If you plan to go on a vacation with your family to Spain, you may include the Fuengirola Street markets as part of your destinations.

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