Markets and Shopping

For a lot of holiday makers, one of the pleasures is a trip to a local market, or visiting the shopping centre.

In Benidorm there are two weekly markets, on a Wednesday and a Sunday. They start early in the morning and start packing up around lunchtime. You will find a vast variety of goods on offer, from handbags to fruit and vegetables. There are little cafes for refreshment and a welcome sit down. The market popular with British visitors is situated near the Pueblo hotel.

* Be careful in crowds please, like visting the Wednesday & Sunday market by being vigilant for pickpockets!

Benidorm Outdoor Market

Should you wish to explore other towns and markets, then the no, 10 bus will take you to Alfas del Pi on a  Friday, Albir on a Sunday or Altea on a Tuesday.

Alfas Del Pi Outdoor Street Market
Albir Outdoor Market
Altea Outdoor Market

If antiques interest you then on a Thursday, Saturday and Sunday you can take the no 10 bus to the El Cisne Flea Market, where you will find an amazing variety of goods on offer, along with cafes, a restaurant and on Sundays, live music. Get off the bus at the Camping Benisol.

El Cisne Flea Market

The town has a good variety of shops, but if you want to visit a dedicated shopping centre out of town, the no 2 bus will take you to the Marina shopping centre at Finestrat. There is a big Carrefour store here, along with other popular stores like C&A and places to eat and drink as well as a children’s play area on the roof.

La Marina Centro Shopping Centre

And of course not forgetting the ever popular Benidorm Indoor market, located centrally in the Rincon de loix area of town.

Benidorm Indoor Market