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You won't find any cars on the Calle San Miguel as it's just for pedestrians. You can leisurely stroll the walkway and discover a number of shops and boutiques selling souvenirs and local merchandise. Shoes, clothes, pottery and jewlery are all popular items. On the Plaza de Andalucia,you can visit little pretty health shop and give yourself a relaxing massage.
Glamour Tobaruela at La Nogalera, 710, 952-386-169, is a fine leather goods store with quality shoes, hand bags, leather goods, belts, and travel suitcases.
Les Tres Torres, Calle San Miguel 17 – sells lots of items made from Toledo steel, ceramics and jewelry.
Montinas Gift Shop , La Nogalera 26, sells a variety of gifts and souveniers.
Guitarras Maldonado on Avda. Isabel Manoja N-4 , 952 385 833 , stop by to watch Pedro Maldonado and his sons making Spanish guitars by hand, or purchase one to take home.
There is also a weekly, outdoor market held every Thursday morning at the back of the town hall on Calle Horacio Lengo, near the Aqua Park.
On the main Avda La Mallorca which is the road at the top of Calle San Miguel, there are plenty of shops for women. There is a Berska, Lefties which is Zara seconds,and a few more boutiques.In calle San Miguel you have Mango, and further down Stradavarious and in the Plaza Nogalera Zara itself. There are many scattered boutiques around the backstreets and along the beach fronts. There are some very cheap shops selling leather bags etc, if you go past the rock on the beach. Alternatively you can get a train to Malaga Renfe and visit the Larios Center. It's a shopping center with shoes and clothes and all the usual. The next stop to Malaga centro takes you to the massive El Corte Ingles in Malaga.