Mercadillo del Puerto (Santa Cruz de la Palma) – located near Santa Cruz’s marina, this is an open air market where independent vendors sell their goods (including arts, crafts, and souvenirs). Along with that, there’s also a play area for school children. Note: this market is only open during the first & third Sunday of […]
Marina La Palma (Av. Marítima y Av. de El Puente, Santa Cruz de la Palma) – opened in 2010, this open-air shopping center offers spectacular views of the Old Town along with a good number of shops (Spar Supermarket, Natura, and Ruta 66, among many others), cafés, pubs, and restaurants. It’s also a great spot […]
Deiland Plaza (Calle Chimidas 20, Playa Honda) – opened in 1998, this sleek shopping mall has over 60 regional and international retailers (such as Casio Shop, Cortefiel, H&M, Pull & Bear, and The Body Shop, among others). There are also local and international eateries such as Burger King and KFC. Various family-friendly activities are often […]
Centro Comercial Las Cucharas (Pueblo Marinero, Costa Teguise) — this shopping complex boasts a variety of shops selling name brands, jewelry, and duty-free electronic goods. There are also shops selling crafts and souvenir items for friends and family at home. The shopping complex also houses cafés, restaurants and pubs for your dining and entertainment needs.
Centro Comercial Arrecife (Av. Medular, frente a la Ciudad Deportiva Lanzarote, Arrecife) – opened in 1993, this is a large shopping center, which includes a Eurospar supermarket, a florist, shoe shop, herbal shop, stationery shop, pet shop, hairdressers, sports shop, baby equipment shop, photographers, sweet shop and clothes too.
Mercadillo de La Frontera (Calle Benito Padrón Gutierrez, Tigaday) — Although La Frontera market has been going since 2004 it was greatly improved since then with the opening of attractive permanent stalls. Located in the Benito Padrón square in the stunning valley of El Golfo, this market has excelled thanks to the wide range of […]
Yumbo Centrum (Av. Estados Unidos 54, Maspalomas) – located in the popular Playa del Inglés beach area, this mall caters to shoppers staying in the southern part of Gran Canaria. There are over 200 retailers, as well as restaurants & bars that stay open well after the regular shops shut down for the night.
Mercado Central (Las Palmas) – for those curious about food shopping options at Las Palmas, this is a good place to start. This is the largest food market at Las Palmas, and is a common place of the local people to do the daily shopping. It holds 128 stalls and offers a great variety of […]
Centro Comercial Las Arenas (Ctra. Del Rincón, Las Palmas) – this is reputedly the best shopping mall in not just Las Palmas, but in Gran Canaria. There are retailers that fit various income levels (including the bargain-conscious Primark, as well as the pricier stores, Zara and Massimo Dutti). The Disney store is very popular with […]
Centro Comercial La Ballena (Ctra. Del Norte 112, Las Palmas) – this is another popular shopping mall in the Las Palmas area with 142 (mostly regional) retailers, as well as some international ones like Express, and Foot Locker.