There are three main weekly markets in and around Marbella, which have hundreds of stalls, selling a huge variety of things. Go early in the day, as they pack up around 2pm, and enjoy browsing food stalls, clothes, jewellery, furniture, homewares and much more. Don’t be afraid to haggle – this is the place to pick up a bargain. On Monday is Marbella’s market, with over 350 stalls in the eastern edge of the town, up from the fishing port. Thursday mornings you can take a trip down to nearby San Pedro, to visit the market of over 200 stalls. Saturday mornings the largest flea market in the area sets up in Nueva Andalucia, just up the road from Puerto Banus, with great antiques, as well as the usual fruit, veg, clothes and accessories. Finally, on Sundays, there’s a craft market down on Marbella’s marina edge, where local artists and artisans display their wares.