Great place for shopping for anything, although it's best for clothes shopping as the majority of the stores are clothes shops. There are also perfume and jewelry stores. Furthermore, you can find a large Carrefour, which I recommend if you're looking for something different, above all the energy drink "Monster" which I've only ever found in Gran Canaria.
Although it is best to buy in Marbella, you can go through the streets to the center and enjoy the atmosphere as well as the climate. Another option for a day of shopping is to go to La Cañada shopping center, where a problem of the city is eliminated...The car park is free as the shopping center has ample space. inside the shopping center there are shops of almost every fashion brand, restaurants, tapas bars, a big chain supermarket, bowling alley, cinema, gym, DIY shops, animal shops and terraces with bars where you can have a soft drink while you enjoy the sun...The ever present sun in Marbella.
To begin, I have to say that I have never felt so persecuted by security guards in my life, and just because I was trying to take a picture. The arguments that I got from the different characters that kept me from taking the picture was the issue of the safety of the installations. Safety of what? It turns out that if you get on the internet and go to Google, you can see, with maximum precision, anywhere in the world except the underground. What are they? My conscience, which is the that of other amateur photographers, prevents me from publishing any pictures which may offend people or trademarks, however I will try to get any composition in my power, whether good or bad photographically, and this is what I got from this place.
A very smart mall. Outlet brands at lower prices than usual, without being cheap. Carolina Herrera, Nike, Pepe Jeans ... The only thing is that there isn't much for food, only two places. The access from the highway is instantaneous.
The largest and most modern shopping center in the capital of Huelva is the Aqualon Port, opened in 2000 and located opposite the Parque de Zafra. It occupies an entire block (17,300 m2) and is surrounded by the streets José Manuel Carrión, Av In Latin America and North Avenue. It has about 90 shops selling big brands such as Bershka, Stradivarius, Massimo Dutti, Zara, Oysho, Punto Roma, Tenths, Bijoux Brigitte, Calzedonia etc. As in all malls, the top floor is dedicated to entertainment and dining, with 9 cinemas and several fast food restaurants, sandwich shops, and cafes. There is also a splendid terrace from which there are excellent views of the harbor and docks. It's a shame that in the news late last year (2008) I read that the creator and owner of the shopping center is a property developer and because of the crisis in the sector, has filed bankruptcy. Now the building has become property of the bank funding the project, so its future is quite uncertain. Let's hope that it can stay in business.
This mall is in Vitoria, and is the largest shopping center in Vitoria. Its exterior design is quite attractive, especially with it's crystal ball on one of the facades. It has several floors of parking, both roofed and outdoors. It's interior consists of 3 floors, ground, first and second, with a movie theaters and entertainment area. There is also an Eroski supermarket, Zara, Pull and Bear, Kiabi, Artepan among other things. It can be accessed by bus.